Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations
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Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations

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Graduate Students in International Affairs

If you have any questions or would like further information about the Rosenthal Fellowship, please email [email protected].

Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations

The Rosenthal Fellowship is a prestigious program that offers our country’s most outstanding and civic-minded graduate students in international affairs the opportunity to spend a summer working to solve some of our biggest national and global challenges.

The program was established in 1977 to honor the memory of Harold Rosenthal, a Senate staff member who was a victim of a terrorist act while on official duty at age 29. The fellowship provides a select number of students with summer funding and work opportunities in a congressional or executive branch office. Fellows will benefit from unparalleled work experience while also participating in an orientation and roundtable discussions.

Fellows are selected based on their outstanding scholarly achievements, commitment to the study of international affairs, extracurricular experience and demonstrated interest in public service. Fellows may receive a summer stipend, an internship opportunity with a congressional or executive branch office, and/or invitations to participate in summer roundtables and events.

The Rosenthal Fellowship is a program of the Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that strives for a more effective government for the American people.

Colleges or universities should submit all application materials to rpublicservice.force.com/rosenthal/s.

Students, contact your school directly for more information on the nomination process.

Federal agencies or congressional offices, if you are interested in serving as a host office for the Rosenthal Fellowship, contact [email protected].

2019 Fellows Reception honoring Rick Gilmore