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Scoville Peace Fellowship

Applicant Class Year: 
Additional Eligibility Notes: 

Preference given to US citizens; non-citizens must be living in the US; strong interest in issues of peace & security; prior experience with public-interest activism or advocacy.

Field(s) of Interest: 
Public Services
Time of Opportunity: 
North America
Funding Type: 
Funding Source: 
Externally-funded opportunity
International Students Eligible?: 
Yes – Opportunity has no citizenship restrictions

Gives college graduates the opportunity, through a practical 6-9-month [spring or fall] internship, to work in nonprofit organizations dealing with peace and security issues in Washington D.C. Fellows serve as full-time junior staff members at the participating organization of their choice. Stipend, health insurance, travel expenses to Washington. October deadline for spring internship and January deadline for fall internship.