Mariam K. Chamberlain Fellows work as general research assistants on a variety of projects related to women’s public policy issues.
In addition, fellows attend related Congressional briefings, policy seminars and meetings. Candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree in a social science discipline, statistics, or women’s studies and have strong quantitative and library research skills.
Duration: 9 months
Compensation for the fellowship is $31,000 over the 9-month period, plus health insurance and a public transportation stipend.