Simplify your search for science policy training opportunities that suit your goals and interests by using the GSA Policy Fellowship Database. With this tool curated by the Early Career Scientist Policy Subcommittee, your next career move could be just a few clicks away. You can filter by required education, location, compensation, application deadline, and other features, making it easier to find opportunities that fit your unique needs.
To submit fellowships for inclusion in the database, simply click the “Submit New Fellowship” button at the bottom of the database homepage.
This database was created by Early Career Scientist Leadership Program participants Giovanna Collu, Emily Lescak, Thomas Clements, and Jo Bairzin.
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AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship: An Inside View of Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowships
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Guest post by Giovanna Collu Are you interested in applying for the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships (S&TPF)? Applications are now open and to help you prepare we have compiled some tips we learned from current and former fellows Cara Weismann, Maryam Zaringhalam, and Avital Percher. To learn more about the fellowship experience, read […]