James C. Gaither Junior Fellowship Program, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Provides an opportunity for eight to ten individuals who intend careers in international affairs to have a substantive one-year experience working in Washington, D.C.
- If not a U.S. citizen, must be eligible to work in the U.S. during the fellowship
- Must be a graduating senior or an alumnus who has graduated within a year of application
- Demonstrated career interest and substantial coursework in international affairs, but with varied major courses of study, such as political science, history, economics, sociology or anthropology
- Applications are judged on the quality of the written essay, related academic study and/or work experience, grades, recommendations, and personal interviews.
TBD for 2020-2021
How to Apply
Request an application by emailing email@example.com or calling 610-328-8363. Turn in all the following materials to Parrish 115 or 119 by the internal deadline, above:
- Application (including essay questions)
- Two letters of recommendation (Recommenders can submit their letters by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.)
- Transcript: The Fellowships and Prizes Office will obtain an unofficial copy of your college transcript. If you are selected as one of Swarthmore's nominees, you will need to secure an official transcript from the Registrar's Office.
- After submitting your application materials, you will be interviewed in person (or by telephone if you are unavailable in person) by members of the Fellowships and Prizes Committee.
- When all interviews are completed, the committee will select two Swarthmore nominees and notify you of your status.
- You will have an opportunity to make final revisions to your application before submitting it to Carnegie in mid-January.
- Carnegie will notify you to tell you if you have been selected to interview (by telephone).
- Final selections are made in March and announced in April.