Are you interested in a career in science policy? Come to an information session and coffee hour on the National Nuclear Security Administration Graduate Fellowship Program (NGFP). The NGFP is transforming the next generation of nuclear security, nonproliferation policy, and technical leaders. The one-year, salaried fellowships offer unmatched opportunities across the NNSA enterprise. Fellows learn about nuclear technology applications while shaping nonproliferation policy and decision making. NGFP fellows are highly sought after by employers, including the NNSA and other leading national security partners in national laboratories, academia, and industry. The Fellowship is open to all US citizens enrolled in or recently completed a graduate program in a STEM field. Doctor Leesa Duckworth, team lead for the NGFP, will be on campus tomorrow, March 20, 2019 from 2-3pm to share more details. Doctor Duckworth will present the details on the Fellowship and be available for questions and discussion afterwards on what makes competitive applications. Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.
The presentation and coffee will be in the basement of Chittenden Hall (Chittenden Commons) on March 20 at 2pm.