Through a generous grant from the Patton Boggs Foundation, the Law School will be awarding a $5,000 fellowship to one student (or split between two) for internship work this summer. Students who have finished their first or second years and will spend their summer working on public policy matters for either a non-profit institution or a government agency are eligible to apply.
To be eligible, you must have accepted a summer internship opportunity with a non-profit institution or government agency during which you will work on public policy matters. For more information on the Patton Boggs Foundation and on previous fellows, please visit their website here: http://www.pattonboggs.com/about/pbfoundation/.
If you are interested in applying for the fellowship, please submit your application to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, March 15 at 5:00 pm. A complete application will include a resume and cover letter, which addresses the following criteria:
1. Unique nature and creativity of the proposed policy work;
2. Ability of the internship work to enhance candidate's future career path; and
3. Proposed internship work's focus on public policy.
Submitted documents should be in PDF format and have the following naming convention: Patton Boggs - Last Name, First Name – Resume/Cover Letter
We look forward to receiving your applications.
Annie Kim, Assistant Dean for Public Service
Employment Opportunities/ Scholarships