The Catherine Hinman Memorial Fellowship creates opportunities for graduate students from across the country pursuing public policy careers, with background studies in economics, applied sciences, international affairs, and related fields, to gain practical experience and grow professional networks in Washington DC. The Fellowship aims to support Fellows (who would not otherwise have the financial means to spend a summer in Washington, DC) to showcase technical skills, immerse into federal policy-making and international affairs, and sow seeds of professional growth for years to come.
For its inaugural year, the Fellowship will be hosted by the Silverado Policy Accelerator, a think tank focused on American prosperity and global competitiveness through investment in bipartisan economic, strategic, and technological policy solutions. Fellows will be introduced to diverse career pathways, including through networking with DC-based professionals from across the U.S. Government, non-profit organizations, business and academia. Each fellow will be paired with a mentor in their field of interest to guide their success in the Fellowship, including the completion of a final project of practical application (i.e. research supporting the adoption of federal regulation, publication, draft rules or regulations, etc.) that also advances Silverado’s mission and the Fellows career aspirations.
Learn more info and apply: https://silverado.org/news/apply-now-the-catherine-hinman-memorial-fellowship.
Representatives will be present at the APSIA Fellowship Fair on November 1.