Funded by the State Department and administered by TWC, the Foreign Affairs and Information Technology (FAIT) fellowship program provides current graduate and undergraduate students pursuing an IT-related degree with the chance to apply technology solutions to diplomacy.
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GovLoop is hiring! We are looking for bright, hard-working current or recent students (an undergraduate degree, or working towards one, is all that is required) to join us starting May 22. These are paid internships in Downtown DC. Positions are 4 months with the opportunity to extend to 8 months. We’re looking for those interested in editorial/writing, events,… Read more »
Fellowships aren’t just for the recently graduated or those still pursuing a degree. Current federal employees have a chance to compete for a fellowship either within or outside of their agency, all with an aim of building a better public workforce.
Over the past 4 years, GovLoop has hosted a Graduate Fellowship Program in which recent graduates or current graduate students have joined us for a semester to contribute to our mission to “connect government to improve government.” Over 40 Fellows have worked on our core projects, including our research guides, online and in-person training, digital… Read more »
Over the past 3 years, GovLoop has hosted a Graduate Fellowship Program in which current or recent graduate students and recent graduates have joined us for a semester or more to contribute to our mission to “connect government to improve government.” More than 40 Fellows have worked on several of our core projects, including our… Read more »
This year, the Long Beach Fellowship team is tackling a high-impact domain: health. Health is one of the areas that governments have of a deep, direct human impact. It’s pretty obvious when your metrics includes things like infant mortality and premature deaths. Having been a Fellow in 2013, and with most of my work experience… Read more »
There are a lot reasons to apply for the Code for America fellowship. Here’s 11 of them. 11: You like asking, what if… 10: We’re creators, builders, and thinkers, and you want to spend your days making. 9: We have a vast network chock-full of tech, design, and government leaders, and you’ll make more connections… Read more »
Code for America’s Fellowship Program Join us for a Webinar on December 13 Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/483299846 In Code for America’s first year we built more than 40 civic applications to help government provide services more openly and efficiently, and better engage with their constituents. But more importantly Code… Read more »
March 1, 2011 is the last chance for local governments to apply for the 2012 Code for America City Program. The competitive program enables forward-thinking cities to solve a critical civic problem with technology and become leaders in the open government movement. Three to five cities selected to participate will partner with talent from the… Read more »
Is your city facing a fiscal crisis? I imagine so. We are at a critical point where most local governments are not able to provide the same services they could just five years ago. And it’s not just a fiscal crisis; it’s also an identity crisis, as city residents change how they communicate, how they… Read more »