In an effort to fulfill the strategic goal of enhancing public policy, the American Nuclear Society (ANS) invites eligible members to apply for the one-year Washington, D.C.–based Glenn T. Seaborg Science and Engineering Congressional Fellowship.
This information is available in a downloadable handout.
As a Congressional Fellow, you will contribute to the federal policymaking process by providing expertise on matters affecting nuclear science and technology.
In return, you will gain a better understanding of public policy procedures. Often, the year spent as a "Beltway insider" results in new career directions.
As the ANS Fellow, you will be one of 90 scientists and engineers in the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship Program. Since formation of the AAAS Program in 1973, more than 2,000 scientists and engineers have served as Fellows on Capitol Hill.
Criteria for ANS Congressional Fellow consideration includes:
In addition, you must be able to fulfill one of the following:
Before the April 30, 2013 deadline, you must submit the following information in a Word, PDF, or other compatible format:
Either email the information to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Or mail the information to:
American Nuclear Society,
555 North Kensington Avenue,
La Grange Park, IL 60525.
Attn: Congressional Fellow Application.
After application review, the selection committee invites finalist candidates for in-person interviews during the June 2013 ANS Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA.
The selection committee utilizes the following criteria:
As the 2014 ANS Fellow, you will be expected to attend a two-week September 2013 orientation session in Washington, D.C. The ANS Fellowship year begins in January 2014.
ANS provides the ANS Fellow with an annual stipend of $55,000 and a small travel allowance to attend ANS national meetings.
For additional information, contact: email@example.com.
Last updated May 18, 2012, 10:23am CDT.