Pallas Advisors Fellowship Position

Pallas Advisors Fellow Position Description

Pallas Advisors is looking for a cohort of Fellows to join an impact-focused national security advisory firm that specializes in assisting emerging technology companies navigate the national security ecosystem. This is a paid, part-time, fixed term position (approx. late May through mid August).

About Pallas

Pallas Advisors is a strategic advisory firm specializing in national security and emerging technology, dedicated to helping clients navigate the national security ecosystem by identifying and understanding the issues that are important to them, providing tailored strategies and solutions, and implementing a plan of action to achieve client success. We are passionate about supporting the deployment of the private sector’s best technologies to our warfighters. Utilizing decades of experience at senior levels of the public and private sector, we provide insight into how governments think and operate – serving as trusted advisors for companies looking to thrive in a competitive environment.


  • Part-time (~24-32 hours per week); Full day Mondays preferred, rest of week flexible
  • Competitive Pay; applicants must be US or Dual-Citizens
  • Exposure to Defense, National Security, and Technology
  • Offered in person and virtual (Offices located in Washington DC; 20+ employees)
  • Includes weekly professional development programming throughout the program

Fellowship Position

Fellows at Pallas Advisors will assist in the day-to-day operations of the firm. They will support the team by providing tailored research, developing products for clients, assisting in business development efforts, and completing other tasks as needed. Fellows will gain valuable exposure to consulting, while working with cutting-edge technology companies, and the national security and policymaking communities in DC. There will be many opportunities to interact with senior officials and officers in the Department of Defense, State Department, National Security Council, Intelligence Community, and other government agencies and offices, as well as work with leading technology companies, venture capital firms, and non-profit institutions. Additionally, the Fellow will assist with administrative tasks shared by all members of the team. The ideal candidate is energetic and detail-oriented with a demonstrated interest in national security issues. Candidates should have excellent writing skills and be proficient in drafting information papers and presentations. Knowledge or experience in the defense industry, technology start-ups, early-stage investing, or security and technology policy is welcome, but not required. The application is open to rising seniors, recent graduates and grad students.

To Apply: click here.

  • please email your resume (pdf saved as “last name, first name”)
  • a link to your linkedin profile
  • 2-3 sentences on your interest in national security and emerging technology

to Applications for Summer 2023 close Monday March 20, 2023.

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