Applications call for the White House Fellows Program. The White House Fellows Program office processes the applications and former Fellows screen the applications to identify the most promising candidates. Approximately 100 of the most qualified applicants are selected to be Regional Finalists and are interviewed by eight to ten Regional Panels across the country.
Those selected as White House Fellows travel to Washington DC in July for “Placement Week” to interview with Principals in the White House, the Cabinet, and other government agencies. The Principals and Fellows indicate their desired preferences to the Program Director. The Director determines the placement of each Fellow’s work placement for the Fellowship year.
The White House Fellows undergo orientation and onboarding in mid-August and begin their work placements in September.
The application must consist of the following information
Click here to view the questions that are asked on the application.
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Organizer||White House Fellowship|