Please Note: No Longer Accepting Applications for Spring 2015
The Woodrow Wilson Foreign Policy Fellowship Program began accepting applications to its Spring 2015 session on Monday, February 23.
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 offices. The Fellowship Program is also open to exceptional rising leaders with a keen interest in foreign policy who staff other U.S. policymakers.
Applicants for the Woodrow Wilson Foreign Policy Fellowship Program must submit for consideration no later than 11:59PM EST, Tuesday, March 31, 2015 a complete copy of the application form, a copy of their resume, and a recommendation letter from a member of Congress (recommended). Program dates ar
Past Topics and Speakers:
- China as an Emerging Global Power featuring Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy, Former U.S. Ambassador to Singapore, Indonesia and China;
- A Bipartisan Foreign Policy featuring Stephen Hadley, Former National Security Advisor under President George W. Bush and Sandy Berger, Former National Security Advisor under President Bill Clinton;
- Does Congress Have a Role in Foreign Policy? featuring Howard Berman, Former Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and Richard Lugar, Former Chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations;
- Is an Israeli-Palestinian Peace Possible?
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“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.