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Apply to become a Summer 2024 Google Public Policy Fellow (Fully Funded)

Apply to become a Summer 2024 Google Public Policy Fellow (Fully Funded)

The U.S. Google Public Policy Fellowship offers a unique opportunity for students passionate about internet and technology policy to make a tangible impact. This year-round fellowship program provides accepted fellows with the chance to work at leading public interest organizations, actively contributing to crucial debates on tech policy issues.

Fellowship Details

  • Duration: Accepted fellows will spend a semester working at a public interest organization.
  • Mentorship: Fellows will be assigned a lead mentor at their host organization and will collaborate with senior staff members throughout the semester.
  • Contribution: Fellows will make substantive contributions to their organization’s work, including policy research, drafting reports, attending meetings and conferences, and engaging in advocacy activities.
  • Opportunities: Fellows will explore future academic and professional interests while contributing to the public dialogue on tech policy issues.
  • Funding: Host organizations will provide a stipend of $12,000 USD for each full-time fellow (40 hours/week), and a stipend of $6,000 USD for each part-time fellow (20 hours/week).

How to Apply

  • Interested in becoming a Summer 2024 Google Public Policy Fellow? Click here to apply.
  • Applications must be submitted by Friday, April 12, 2024, at 12pm ET.
  • For more information about the fellowship program and future opportunities, read our FAQ and check back later for updates.

Application Process

  • The application consists of seven sections covering personal information, education, references, resume, organization preferences, personal statement, and submission.
  • Once started, you can navigate through the sections but ensure to submit all required materials at once.
  • Unfortunately, lost work cannot be recovered, so we recommend preparing all materials before starting the application.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants must be students enrolled or accepted into accredited institutions, including colleges, universities, master’s, and PhD programs, by August 30, 2024.
  • You must be eligible and authorized to work in the country of your fellowship.

For any further inquiries, please visit the fellowship site or contact the Google Policy Fellowship team at Additional information about the organizations can be found here.

Good luck from the U.S. Policy Fellowship Team!