Carnegie Endowment Junior Fellows Program
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 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 $3,000 ($36,000 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 15, 2014
Campus deadline: December 2013