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Fellowships and federal honors programs support graduating law students, judicial clerks and public interest entrepreneurs seeking entry-level public service opportunities within existing agencies or offices. Many public interest employers have developed post-graduate fellowships to bring attorneys into their offices on a trial basis for one or two years. Often these experiences lend themselves to longer-term employment opportunities. A fellowship or federal honors position enables the recipient to:
Grants or seed money also support public interest entrepreneurs who launch new projects and establish public service organizations. Foundation funding encourages long-term planning and innovative approaches to complex areas of public interest concern.
See the following resources for more information and descriptions of individual fellowships:
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