Applications for the Penn Kemble Forum Fellowship Program are now being accepted. Applicants should be early-to-mid-career young professionals working on foreign policy related issues within think tanks, government, media, and the private or non-profit sectors. Entries are accepted no later than 10 August 2018.
Level and Area of Studies
Non-degree program on on foreign policy related issues within think tanks, government, media, and the private or non-profit sectors.
Place of Study
In the United States of America.
Eligibility and Criteria
- Fellows need to be based in Washington, DC.
- Fellows need to be available to attend a Saturday morning retreat (at the NED offices), date tba.
- Fellows are expected to attend a minimum of two-thirds of the monthly round tables, which are usually held on Monday or Tuesday nights. Attendance at other events (such as happy hours and career development seminars) is optional. Fellows who complete the two-thirds requirement will be invited to alumni events and career development seminars.
- Fellows are asked to write one short paper on a Forum topic, or a reflection of their experience, by the end of the program. Select papers will be published on the NED website.
The U.S. citizens are welcome to apply.
Applicants are asked to complete the application form below, which includes the following required documents:
- Current resume
- A statement of interest (500 words maximum) describing how the applicant will contribute to and benefit from the Forum
- Letter of recommendation from a current or former employer or academic supervisor detailing the applicant’s intellectual and analytical abilities, international commitment or experience, and personal qualities
10 August 2018.