The Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) offers two fellowship programs: federal and state. The purpose of the fellowship program is to provide researchers with immersive opportunities to learn firsthand about policy development, implementation and evaluation, and to use their research skills in child development to inform public policy at either the federal or state level. There are two types of federal fellowships: congressional and executive branch. Both fellowships are full-time immersion experiences in Washington, D.C. as fellows work as resident scholars within congressional or federal executive branch agency offices. There are two types of state fellowships: pre-doctoral and post-doctoral. SRCD will be awarding up to four part-time pre-doctoral state fellows, and two full-time post-doctoral state fellows. Both state fellowships place fellows in state executive branch agency offices for immersion experiences. Fellowships will be from September to August.
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Society for Research in Child Development Policy Fellowship Program
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