Carnegie Junior Fellows Program
10-12 students join the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Junior Fellows Program annually to work and do research with Associates at the Carnegie Endowment foreign-policy think tank in Washington, D.C. Eligible students are seniors or recent graduates. The program provides a salary and benefits. Selection criteria include an excellent academic record with a strong background in international studies, political sciences, history, and the like. KU may endorse up to two candidates. The national deadline each year is January 15. For more information see the national website.
Applications are available from Dr. Anne Wallen in mid-October; in accordance with the wishes of the Fellowship sponsors, they will not be posted online. Students must discuss their intention to apply with Dr. Wallen by filling out the scholarship interest form or emailing her at email@example.com. Priority deadline for campus consideration is December 1.