The Native Hawaiian Federal Service Fellowship (NHFSF) is an opportunity for emerging ʻōiwi leaders to shape society through a paid 9-month fellowship in a Washington, DC congressional office. Fellows will gain practical insight into the inner workings of the Federal Government and influence over decisions that affect the Native Hawaiian community.
The program consists of three components: 1) immersion through work on Capitol Hill, 2) individual mentoring from senior aides, and 3) seminars on topics proposed by the fellowship cohort. The program will last up to nine months, beginning in September 2016 and ending in May 2017.
Deadline to apply is 11:59 PM HST, July 1, 2016. More information, including details on how to submit an application, can be found at www.oha.org/DCinternships.