2019-2020 Bank of America Fellowship on Women and the Economy

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The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security seeks a talented recent graduate of Georgetown University for the Bank of America Fellowship on Women and the Economy. This individual will play a critical role in the Institute’s research program on women’s economic empowerment.

The fellow will be based at the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security in Washington, D.C., and would conduct systematic research and analysis to help produce in-depth research paper(s) as well as short articles and blog posts. The Fellow would present and discuss her/his research findings on behalf of both the Institute and Bank of America at a variety of venues, such as panel discussions and community events.

To be eligible, applicants must be in their final semester, or have graduated within the past one year, of a master’s or undergraduate degree program at Georgetown University.

 

Selection criteria are:

  • Excellent written and oral communications skills
  • A strong academic record
  • Experience working in a professional environment (e.g. internship experience, etc.)
  • Familiarity with economics, ideally development economics, and quantitative research methodologies
  • Demonstrated research capacity (either during studies in the form of a thesis or in previous professional roles)

 

The annual compensation for the annual full-time fellowship is $45,000 plus benefits. This is administered in a monthly stipend form.  Benefits include medical and retirement. For more information on the full package of benefits, please go to: https://benefits.georgetown.edu/enrolling/faculty

Expected start date is September 1, 2019.

To be eligible, applicants must be in their final semester, or have graduated within the past one year, of a master’s or undergraduate degree program at Georgetown University.   

Please complete the application form and submit electronically with attachments to giwps@georgetown.edu

 You can learn more about the Institute at giwps.georgetown.edu.  Please direct any questions to giwps@georgetown.edu