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Subject: Global and Federal Fellows Application Announcement

Description:
Federal/Global Fellows Program- Great for CMNS Students!

Think a career in public service is only for government and politics majors?
Think again! Federal agencies, nonprofits/NGO’s, think tanks, and
policy-related organizations are interested in your scientific expertise as
they confront pressing issues in science, technology, healthcare,
cyber-security, and sustainability. The Global Fellows and Federal Fellows
Programs offer you a chance to take your skills out of the classroom and
apply them in the real world. Apply today! Earn Scholarship in Practice
credit and a Fellows Program notation on your transcript!

Both programs combine a fall seminar in an issue area with a spring
internship in Washington D.C. Some of our concentrations include Science
Diplomacy, Energy and Environment, Responses to Global Challenges, and
Homeland Security Policy. Past internship locations include: National
Institutes of Health; Department of Energy; Genetic Alliance; House Committee
on Science, Space, and Technology; Aerospace Industries Association;
Department of State; Bureau of Oceans, Environment & Science; White House
Office of Science and Technology Policy; and Department of Homeland Security.
Year-round activities include trips to Capitol Hill and federal agencies,
professional development workshops, and conversations with policymakers.

APPLY NOW!!! Application Link:
https://federalfellows.umd.edu/application.html

For details regarding the application requirements, go to
http://federalfellows.umd.edu and/or http://globalfellowsdc.umd.edu or
contact our office: 2407 Marie Mount Hall, 301-314-0261. First wave of
applications will be reviewed on ​March 25. Rolling admissions thereafter.

Contact Person: Naz Beyranvand
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Website URL: https://federalfellows.umd.edu/application.html

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