The John Quincy Adams Society announces a new remote program for students we’ve developed called the Marcellus Policy Fellowship. It’s a program with a small cohort of 8-10 fellows per class, and it may be of interest to some of your top students.
The Society will select 8-10 Fellows for our inaugural Fall 2020 cohort. The Fellowship is open to current students (graduate and undergraduate) as well as those with 0-1 year of employment in the foreign policy space. (Internships and paid internships do not count against the one year limit, nor does any amount of prior work in other fields.) The Fellowship is for those who are in, are pursuing, or intend to pursue in the near future a career shaping U.S. national security policy in fields like government service, the media, academia, think tanks, advocacy, and so forth. U.S. citizenship is not required.
Applications will be open through August 16, 2020. The Fellowship will run from September to November, with remote sessions up to twice per week (Tuesday and Thursday evenings) which Fellows must attend. Fellows will receive a $750 stipend.
Apply and learn more at this link.