Congressional Science Fellowship Applications Due 1 February



[1] The AGU Congressional Science Fellowship provides AGU scientists who are interested in public policy an opportunity to play an active role in the U.S. legislative process. Fellows spend 1 year as a staff member on Capitol Hill in either the office of a senator or representative or the office of a congressional committee. Fellows' responsibilities may include writing legislation, preparing for congressional hearings, meeting with lobbyists and constituents, and more. In the past, Fellows have been directly involved in policy regarding water, climate change, energy conservation, and a range of other issues of high priority to society.