Are you looking for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to transform your knowledge into real-world change? The AAAS S&T Policy Fellowships (STPF) application is open now. We’re seeking oceanographers, marine biologists, and other climate-related scientists and engineers for paid, yearlong positions within congressional offices in Washington. Fellows come from a broad range of sectors, disciplines and career stages.
Ready to learn more? Start your application and join the September 29 webinar all about ocean and climate science on Capitol Hill. You'll meet a panel of Congressional Science & Engineering Policy Fellows who spent a year in Washington. You’ll leave this session knowing what it’s like to be a policy fellow on “the Hill,” with tips for applying for the STPF 2023-24 fellowship class.
STPF Eligibility Criteria
STPF is open to U.S. citizens who hold doctoral level degrees in any of the following fields:
- Biological, Agricultural or Life sciences.
- Physical or Earth sciences.
- Social and Behavioral sciences.
- Computational and Information sciences.
- Mathematics and Statistics.
- Medical and Health Sciences.
- Engineering disciplines (applicants with an M.S. in engineering and three years of professional engineering experience also qualify).