Fellows Program

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The biggest names in politics are going back to school.

The Fellows Program connects students with political leaders to learn from one another and tackle some of the biggest political challenges of the day. Each semester, five of the top names in politics, government, and media serve as regular Fellows leading a weekly non-credit discussion group on a hot topic, holding office hours for students, and speaking to a variety of campus groups. Students can also apply to join the Student Strategy Teams that will be assigned to each Fellow – where they’ll help with research, campus outreach, and come up with practical ideas to make politics work better. In the Fall of 2017, the Visiting Fellows program was launched to welcome a prominent public servant or political practitioner to campus. They'll spend a shorter or more condensed period of time on campus engaging with the Georgetown community, and like Resident Fellows, they'll hold Discussion Groups, host Office Hours, work with Student Strategy Teams and participate in bigger events.

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