Closing Soon! Deadline to Apply for ASME Federal Fellowship is January 31
ASME has maintained a presence in the U.S. Congress for 50 years, with our first fellow serving in the Senate Commerce Committee half a century ago. In 1981, ASME placed its first OSTP Fellows—an exciting new opportunity for Fellows to get an inside view of the Executive Office of the President and gain first-hand knowledge of the decision-making process at the top level of our government. Most recently, ASME is proud to welcome the Department of State to the Federal Fellows network. This new opportunity will allow Fellows to support the agency on issues at the intersection of engineering and diplomacy, and any candidates interested in this junction are encouraged to apply (applications close January 31). Read more about the State Department fellowship here.
Fellowships run from September through August each year. All applicants interested in applying to the ASME Federal Fellows program must be in possession of a graduate degree in a STEM discipline by the start of their fellowship.
Applications close January 31, 2023. To learn more about the ASME Federal Government Fellows program and apply, visit our Federal Fellows page.
Questions about the Fellowship program may be directed to Anne Shaffer in ASME Government Relations at NadlerA@asme.org.