Wednesday, July 20, 2022

Google public policy fellowships partnering with different tech policy organizations: applications open

Google has relaunched its Public Policy Fellowship program. This fellowship is designed to support organizations at the forefront of Internet and tech policy and enhance their research, analysis, and advocacy efforts. Google is partnering with the 12 organizations listed below:

  • The Aspen Institute

  • Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC)

  • The Cato Institute

  • The Center for Democracy and Technology

  • National Taxpayers Union Foundation

  • Open Technology Institute

  • Progressive Policy Institute

  • Public Knowledge

  • R Street

  • TechFreedom

  • Tech Policy institute

  • UnidosUS

The application is currently open. Interested students should apply to the fellowship before Friday, August 12th using this link

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