View Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Congressional Fellowship Program
Since inception, more than 100 IEEE U.S. members have worked on Capitol Hill as advisors to the US Congress, serving on the personal staff of a Senator or Representative, or the professional staff of a congressional committee, of the fellow’s choosing. Each year, the IEEE-USA Government Fellows Committee selects two eligible IEEE members from a pool of applicants to serve a one-year fellowship on Capitol Hill. Selections are made on the basis of the applications and in-person interviews with the Committee. The Committee is composed of IEEE members, some of whom are former fellows. The IEEE-USA Board approves the Committee's selections.
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