Looking for an entry level job or internship in fellowship programs? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
The types of fellowship programs you’d be eligible for as a recent grad are most often found in non-profit and academic organizations. They usually concentrate on a specific program that the organization is looking to improve or build and that you (the fellow) have the skills to work on. The nature and length of a fellowship program vary widely, lasting anywhere from three months to two years. Most last between six and eighteen months.
Compensation also varies widely; you may be compensated full employee wages (including employee benefits if you’re lucky), or you may receive a small stipend that covers only living expenses.
You’ll need a bachelor’s degree for almost all fellowship programs, as well as the drive to work on these programs, working independently and creating new initiatives when needed.
RedJack Silver Spring, MD
|Sr Consultant, Performance Practice Lead|
Dell Rockville, MD
|Lead Full Stack Engineer|
The National Audubon SocietyThe National Audubon Society Rockville, MD
|Scientific Program Manager|
Oak Ridge Associated Universities Bethesda, MD
|Data Architect III/Dashboard Developer|
Alakaina Family of Companies Arlington, VA
|Fellowship Program Analyst|
Preferred Solutions Group Montgomery Village, MD
|Recruiter, Military Programs|
RedRiver Chantilly, VA
|Virtual Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program at Gaithersburg|
Department Of Commerce Gaithersburg, MD
|2021 Data Science Fellowship with Security Clearance|
Institute for Defense Analyses Alexandria, VA
|Wounded Warrior Fellow|
Legislative Branch Gaithersburg, MD
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