Hardwired is accepting applications for our educational fellowship program. The fellow will be based out of Washington, D.C. and focus on issues affecting minority faith communities in India. Fellows will gain invaluable experience working inside the legislative branch, gaining firsthand knowledge of the intersection of religious freedom and American foreign policy.
This is a one year paid fellowship. Salary is commensurate with experience and based on an entry level position for legislative staff. No benefits are provided.
Applicants should be recent college graduates with demonstrated interest in and knowledge of foreign policy, world affairs, government, religious studies, and human rights. The fellow will engage with policymakers and foreign governments, undertake research on international affairs and country specific conditions affecting religious freedom, learn how to draft legislation and craft foreign policy, and work alongside experts in the field.
Hardwired is not a religious organization and does not discriminate on any basis. All employees must be willing to support Hardwired’s mission of advancing the human right to freedom of religion or belief in Article 18 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights for all people.
Please email your resume, cover letter, writing sample, and three references. Please describe how this fellowship will contribute to your personal and long-term professional goals, with specific consideration of how such goals relate to Hardwired’s mission. Applications are being accepted for 2019-20.
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