The Nuclear Security Working Group, a non-partisan group of experts working to promote discourse and build consensus on the United States' most pressing nuclear issues, has announced its newest class of Congressional Nuclear Security Fellows. The working group, which is currently chaired by Elliott School Research Professor Janne Nolan, established the fellowship program in 2017. For the following three years, under the administration of George Washington University, the program has provided the next generation of national security professionals the opportunity to spend a year working on Capitol Hill. This year's cohort includes nine highly qualified individuals who will be placed in congressional offices through 2020. Those interested in joining the ranks of next year's fellowship class should visit the fellowship website; applications for the 2020 class open this June!
March 12, 2019