The program offers exceptional Latino graduates and yound professionals experience in the underserved public policy areas of health, housing, law and international affairs. The fellowship is open to applicants with a graduate degree from an accredited educational institution or three years professional experience in the chosen policy field. The program consists of a 9 month fellowship, including substantive work placement at a legislative subcommittee office, federal agency, national nonprofit advocacy organization, or corporate office. The International Affairs fellowship includes three months abroad in Mexico or sapin from May-July. Travel, health insurance and a monthly stipend of $2500 included.
Deadline: Check deadline
Funder: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
Stage of Study:
Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen