Within the next six to eighteen months, U.S. policy makers will make a number of pivotal decisions concerning nuclear weapons policy and the U.S. approach to arms control and nonproliferation that will have a deep and lasting impact on the international security environment for years to come. ACA believes that this is the time to work harder and more effectively than ever and sees many ways young people could quickly play a meaningful role. With the generous support of the Prospect Hill Foundation, the Arms Control Association is launching the New Voices Nonproliferation Fellowship to create a paid full-time fellowship for a promising young voice.
The Arms Control Association was founded in 1971 and is a national non-partisan membership organization dedicated to promoting public understanding of and support for effective arms control policies. ACA publishes the monthly journal Arms Control Today. ACA maintains a smoke-free workplace. ACA provides health benefits and is an equal opportunity employer.
The Fellowship is limited to U.S. citizens or foreign citizens eligible to work in the United States.