Deadline: January 14, 2013
Fellowship given to recent graduates that places them with U.S. community organizations that work to fight hunger and poverty. Students work with the organization for five months. Before their service they attend a field training session in Washington D.C., and after, they return to DC for a debriefing. Following this, they stay in DC and work with nonprofit and government organizations on issues of policy.
The program provides students with a $16,000 living stipend, housing during the five month field placement, health insurance, travel expenses, a $4,000 housing subsidy for D.C., and an end of program stipend.