The Policy Fellowship Experience

How Fellows make an impact

ACS Public Policy Fellows use their energy and expertise to make a difference in D.C. Whether placed on Capitol Hill or at ACS headquarters, Fellows gain valuable experience and make key contributions to their host offices.  Here are just some of the exciting things recent ACS Congressional and Science Policy Fellow have done:

  • Drafted important pieces of legislation to combat the effects of climate change, advance clean technologies, and fund federal science  programs
  • Authored memos, statements, and hearing questions for members of Congress
  • Staffed members of Congress during hearings and floor debates
  • Shared their experiences with the policy process with audiences at ACS national meetings
  • Collaborated with technical experts to provide information about the dangers of chemical weapons to international stakeholders
  • Worked with ACS members to develop policy positions on innovation, S&T funding, inclusiveness, and more
  • Promoted the contributions of chemistry through webinars and social media

 

Recent ACS Public Policy Fellows

Become a Fellow

Application deadline: January 15

Contact

Policy Fellowship Programs
External Affairs & Communications
American Chemical Society
1155 Sixteenth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 872-4098
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