Fellowship Areas

AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships are offered in all three branches of federal government. A fourth fellowship – the Roger Revelle Fellowship in Global Stewardship – focuses on environmental initiatives.

Fellowship opportunities in the executive branch are the most numerous of the four fellowships. Executive branch fellows contribute to policy, administration, and implementation in a vast array of federal agencies.

Engage with contemporary policy issues facing the judiciary while contributing your scientific and technical expertise to judicial administration, operations, education programs, protocol and discovery, or courtroom technology.

Fellows spend a year on Capitol Hill helping research, develop, and draft legislation and provide input on policy review and oversight. Placement opportunities are in the offices of Members of Congress and in Congressional Committees.

This fellowship provides an opportunity for an accomplished scientist to address global stewardship issues by applying his or her multidisciplinary background toward solutions to societal problems including ecosystems, population, sustainable... Learn more