No Longer Accepting Applications for Spring 2014

Jan 27, 2014

This Fellowship Program is open only to mid- to senior level Congressional Staff as well as exceptional rising leaders who staff other U.S. policymakers.

 

The Woodrow Wilson Foreign Policy Fellowship Program is now accepting applications for the Spring 2014 session.

The Program is a highly competitive foreign policy seminar series offering qualified mid to senior-level congressional staff an opportunity for in-depth focus and engagement on critical foreign policy issues relevant to the Congressional agenda.

The Fellows will be selected on a competitive, bipartisan basis from both House and Senate Congressional offices. The Fellowship Program is also open to exceptional rising leaders who staff other U.S. policymakers who are keenly interested in foreign policy issues.

To Find Out More About What the Fellowship Offers or to Apply Click Here!

An extraordinary  program -- substantive on the key foreign policy issues of the day conducted in an environment conducive to open and non-partisan discussion and debate. It encourages the building of professional relationships across the aisle that will stand both the participants and our nation in good stead in the years to come." –Stephen Hadley, Former National Security Advisor under George W. Bush.

Past Topics and Speakers:

  • China as an Emerging Global Power featuring Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy, Former U.S. Ambassador to Singapore, Indonesia and China;
  • The United States in a Globalized World featuring New York Times columnist, Thomas Friedman and Stephen Hadley, Former National Security Adviser under President George W. Bush;
  • From Backyard to Front Yard: How Important is Latin America?
  • Maximizing Congress' role in Foreign Policy

All Fellows will be selected on a competitive, bipartisan basis.

 

Experts & Staff

  • Aaron David Miller // Vice President for New Initiatives and Distinguished Scholar
  • Sandy Pho // Associate, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States

Sponsors

The Woodrow Wilson Foreign Policy Fellowship Program is generously supported by Carnegie Corporation of New York and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

Carnegie Corporation

Hewlett Foundation