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2006 Thomas R. Pickering Undergraduate and Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship Programs within the U.S. State Department

The 2006 Thomas R. Pickering Undergraduate and Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship Programs within the U.S. State Department are now accepting applications until the end of February 2006.

Successful candidates will be prepared academically and professionally to enter the U.S. Department of State Foreign Service. The Fellowships covers tuition, room and board, books, one round trip travel between home and school, and internships.

Women and members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service and students with financial need are encouraged to apply.

Successful candidates have a contractual obligation which is detailed on the information on the website: http://www.careers.state.gov/student/apply/Pickering.html

Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate Fellowships are open to students enrolled in their sophomore year of college at the time of application. Students who will have received their bachelor's degree by June 2006 and will be enrolled in the first year of a two-year full-time master's degree program relevant to international affairs for the 2006-2007 academic year are eligible for the Graduate Fellowship.

Only United States citizens will be considered for the Pickering Fellowships. Women, members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service, and students with financial need are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply
Your Foreign Affairs Fellowship or Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship application packet must consist of an official application form (on above website) and supporting documents: a personal statement, Employment Data Form, GRE form, certification of citizenship, two letters of recommendation, official academic transcripts, an official Student Aid Report, which indicates your estimated family contribution, and a resume (2 pages maximum).

For further information, please visit the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Web site at http://www.woodrow.org/public-policy/

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