Carnegie Endowment Junior Fellows Program
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, founded in 1910, is an international think tank designed to promote peace and cooperation between nations. The Junior Fellows program annually offers 8-10 fellowship positions to college graduates who plan to enter work in international relations. Participants are paired as research assistants with the Endowment's senior associates, creating opportunities to co-author journal articles, organize briefings, contribute to congressional testimony and participate in high-level meetings.
Awards are granted for the duration of one year. The Junior Fellows is a paid, full-time position in Washington, D.C. It includes a monthly salary of $2916.66 ($35,000 a year) and full benefits.
- be a graduating senior or have graduated within the past year
- be a U.S. citizen or attend a university located in the U.S. and be eligible to work
- be nominated for the award by Fordham University through the Office for Prestigious Fellowships
Students who have begun graduate studies are not eligible.
External deadline: January 14, 2011