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Students from Lewis & Clark College are now eligible to apply for the CampusGov/GovLoop Scholarship Program. CampusGov.com & GovLoop.com have teamed up to offer a $2,500 Scholarship to a deserving student interested in pursuing a career in the public sector.Our school has been registered for the program, so now all you have to do is fill out this simple online application form here to apply:
http://www.campusgov.com/register/scholarship.asp

CampusGov is an online job board for students and recent graduates interested in exploring careers with the government.GovLoop is the premier social network for government connecting over 30,000 federal, state and local employees, contractors and academics.

Deadline: May 30th

For more information feel free to contact Matt Moore at mmoore@campusgov.com

 

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The Pew Leadership Year offers hands-on experience in public policy advocacy, research and communications to individuals who are dedicated to building a leadership career in the public or nonprofit sectors and have recently completed an undergraduate or advanced degree.  The first Pew Leadership Year will begin in September 2010 and conclude in August 2011.

These year-long, paid positions – all based in our Washington, DC, office – will provide 22 exceptionally talented graduates the chance to work alongside Pew professionals, gaining valuable skills while making important contributions to our work.  Pew Leadership Fellows will learn and hone essential skills that will help them thrive not only during their tenure at Pew, but in any chosen career.

Participants will work with a diverse group of Pew staff in specific departments.  Through observation and involvement, each fellow will have the opportunity to work on critical issues, which may include: global conservation; U.S. land conservation; marine environmental advocacy; global warming and energy policy; federal banking regulations; financial reform; state fiscal issues; election initiatives; public safety; the healthy development of young children; and early childhood education.

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