Applications are due January 13th. Learn more and apply here.
Fellows will apply their advanced technical training in service to the state of New Jersey. The program will provide participating New Jersey state legislative and executive branch offices ready access to trusted in-house science advisors to help facilitate government decision-making related to the wide range of critical public policies involving complex science, engineering, and technology. Fellows will develop an understanding of state government and how to build careers in public service.
Supported by a stipend, selected Fellows will participate in an intensive summer training seminar focused on New Jersey state politics and government; covering topics such as effective communication strategies, power structures, and political processes. Each Fellow will complete a one-year, full-time placement as a science aide in a legislative or executive branch office.Eligibility requirements
PhD-level degree in science, technology or engineering
November 30, 2018 – Application period begins
January 13, 2019 – Application period closes
Mid-February 2019 – Notification sent to applicants for interviews Early
April 2019 – Notification sent to selected Fellows
July 2019 – Intensive training seminar begins
August 2019 – Fellows begin their placement at host offices
July 2020 – Fellowship ends
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For more information, please contact Anna Dulencin, senior program coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (848) 932-8309.