This page showcases national fellowships available to students currently attending an undergraduate institution. All fellowships are listed in chronological order according to due date. 


The Public Service Fellows Program at the Partnership for Public

Program Background: At the Partnership, fellows are integral to the day-to-day operations, programs and activities of our organization. We value the contributions of fellows and work to provide relevant and useful experiences in return. Fellows are assigned substantive and meaningful work to support our wide variety of programs, events and projects to help revitalize the federal government by focusing on the people working in it. Fellows' duties vary across the Partnership's internal teams, but often include event planning and execution, conducting research, writing and preparing correspondence, and conducting outreach to external partners, such as government agencies and colleges and universities.    

Fellowship Description:  True to the Partnership's emphasis on people, the fellows program incorporates opportunities for professional and personal growth through workshops and trainings specifically geared toward students and young professionals. We also strive to ensure a quality experience in terms of work and personal relationships throughout the fellowship term. Fellows also receive the following stipends: Full-time fellows with an undergraduate or graduate degree receive $1000 per month and full-time fellows who are currently undergraduate students receive $800 per month. (Stipends for part-time fellows will be pro-rated accordingly).

Candidate Qualifications: Seeking extraordinary undergraduate students, graduate students and recent graduates with a commitment to public service, strong written and oral communication, analytical thinking and an ability to work well in teams.  There is no single academic major or background we prefer over another-if you share our passion and are committed to developing your skills while gaining valuable experience, we want to hear from you!    

How to Apply: Visit to apply.  

Application Deadline:The application for the Summer 2014 term closes on Friday, March 7.

Contact Information:Katie D'Hondt, Alex Savtchenko and Monica Wilder Fellowship

Coordinators of Partnership for Public Service

(202) 775-9111


GSA Impact Fellowship in the Mid-Atlantic Region

Program Background: GSA's mission is to use expertise to provide innovative solutions for federal agency customers in support of their missions and to foster an effective, sustainable, and transparent government for the American people.

Fellowship Description:  The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Impact Fellowship is designed to provide advanced students with occupational experience related to their academic course study in the area of public service. Fellows will gain direct insight of federal, state and local government interaction as part of the Office of the Regional Administrator with GSA's Mid Atlantic Region. Fellows will directly participate in a variety of activities to support individual programs. Projects and activities may include, but are not limited to: participating in high-level interagency meetings; coordinating meetings with external stakeholders; communicating with governmental agencies at local, state and federal levels; researching policy related topics; creating and managing collaborative tools including using social media networks; updating contact database; planning educational and cultural forums; developing messaging on a variety of topics; and, administrating front desk duties as needed. 

Candidate Qualifications: GSA is currently accepting applications for the select Fellowship positions to begin May 2014. Invited Fellows must be available for four months and able to commit a minimum of 15 hours per week (Mon. - Thurs.). GSA may provide an option to extend the term of this fellowship by an additional four months. As a volunteer/non-paid position, Fellows must consent to a security background investigation upon selection and abide by the program agreement. Applicants must have at least half-time student in good standing at an accredited post-secondary learning institution and currently pursuing a bachelor's or master's degree (Bachelor's degree candidates should be in their junior or senior year.) Applicants must also be a student in a field of study that includes: public administration, business administration, communications, public policy, public relations and marketing, environmental management, journalism, law, literature, English, and IT.   

How to Apply: In your cover letter answer why you are interested in becoming a GSA Impact Fellow and describe a specific or recent situation that drew on your decision making, planning, and organizing skills. Please share the outcome or result of the situation. Submit resume and cover letter via e-mail to no later than March 28, 2014. Please write "GSA Impact Fellowship" in the subject of the e-mail submission. GSA is an equal opportunity employer, providing programs and services in a fair and impartial manner.  For more information about GSA, please visit

Application Deadline: March 28, 2014

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