Are you interested in gaining professional experience through health
organizations, federal agencies, think tanks, non-profits, advocacy groups,
hospitals, international organizations, and more?

Our one-year program combines a fall 2023 seminar, taught by expert
practitioners with a spring 2024 internship (both for college credit), and
includes professional development workshops and one-on-one advising
throughout the year.

This is a unique active-learning opportunity to integrate your academics
with real world experience and explore future goals. Join an engaged,
multi-disciplinary, and passionate student cohort and become part of a
thriving 1300+ alumni network for life!  Includes sophomores, juniors and
seniors from ALL majors!

*Program Perks Include:*

*Your Choice of Fall Seminar* *Courses *(all taught by expert
practitioners, with courses offered once a week, many in the evenings)

   - *Political Engagement and Advocacy (FGSM310/HNUH318T)*
*Energy and Environmental Policy (FGSM340/HNUH348T) *
   - *Responses to Global Challenges (FGSM380/HNUH388T)*
   - *Economic Diplomacy (FGSM365/HNUH369T)--NEW*
   - *US Diplomacy (FGSM360/HNUH368T)*
   - *Critical Regions and International Relations (FGSM350/HNUH358T)*
   - *Public Health Policy (FGSM320/HNUH328T) *
   - *Global Health Challenges and Water Security (FGSM390/HNUH398T)*
   - *Science Diplomacy (FGSM370/HNUH378T)*
   - *Homeland Security and National Security Policy (FGSM330/HNUH338T)*
   - *International Security and Intelligence (FGSM355/HNUH359T)   *

*And the *Maryland General Assembly Writing Internship* ENGL381/HONR368A
(apply via English Department)*

*Admission Link: **Online Admissions*
<>* Form*

*Apply by Sunday, March 5, 2023, for first wave consideration!*

*Spring Internship 3-9 credits *available through our program (including
Scholarship in Practice credit); you can also obtain internship
credit through your major to complete this Fellows requirement.

*Internships/**Program Partnerships *at a myriad of sites, including
Department of Health and Human Services, Smithsonian Institute, Children's
Defense Fund, Freedom House, Environmental Law Institute, U.S. Agency for
International Development (USAID), Department of Energy, National
Institutes of Health, Department of State, Maryland General Assembly, White
House, non-profits, NGOs, think tanks, and many more!

*Year round activities* include visits with DC-area organizations,
professional development workshops, personalized one-on-one coaching,
resume and cover letter review, interview preparation, and much more!

*Earn transcript notation *as a Federal, Global, or Maryland Fellow

****Prospective Student Info Sessions****

Every Friday, 12pm-1pm, In-Person at 2407 Marie Mount Hall; or drop by
between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. any day!

*Exciting News - Launching Maryland Fellows!*

The University of Maryland is delighted to launch the Maryland Fellows
Program in fall 2023. The aim is to prepare talented and diverse
undergraduates to excel at their spring internships and pursue careers in
public service, especially at the state and local levels. The centerpiece
of the program is the Maryland General Assembly’s Legislative
internships. Maryland Fellows is launching as a collaboration between the
Federal and Global Fellows Programs, the English Department's existing
Maryland General Assembly Writing internship, and the Department of
Government and Politics.

*For more information on fall seminars, professors etc., visit the Fellows

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