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Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship

The Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship is a Fellowship sponsored by New Focus Inc. and The Optical Society of America.

Award Information:

Amount of Fellowship: Maximum: $47000, plus relocation expenses and training
Application Deadline: 12-Jan
Requirements: Applicant must be a scientist or engineer intending to work on a Congressional committee or in the office of a member of Congress.
Eligibility: Other

Sponsorship provided by:

New Focus Inc. and The Optical Society of America
Optical Society of America, 2010 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036
USA
Email Address: internships@sca-inc.org
Phone Number: 202 416 1420
Fax Number: 202 416 6134
http://www.sca-inc.org

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It is important to thoroughly research available information on the fellowship. The best shot of success is a result of first understanding the qualifications and making sure you meet them. A good first step is to identify the particular aims of the New Focus Inc. and The Optical Society of America and what they hope to achieve with the Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship. If you meet the requirements, verify that there is any likelihood to obtain the fellowship. If you think that you have the possibility that you can be a recipient of the Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship, then you should put forth the effort to apply.

A crucial part in the process of trying for the fellowship is filling out the application correctly. Applications can sometimes be lengthy and tedious, but it is absolutely critical that your work was done correctly and in its entirety. You don't want to miss out because of some minor point.

After filing, you should note when the Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship confers the award and actually dispenses the money in order to know whether or not it is possible to rely on the fellowship to help meet the expenses associated with school and its personal usefulness, as there may be restrictions in what can be paid with the Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship. You might find it challenging to be able to handle the increasing costs of education, and having the additional resources of the Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship is often invaluable. If you don't end up getting the Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship, don't give up, there will be alternative fellowships and you may find success elsewhere.

Last Updated: 12/18/2015

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