Capital City Fellows Program
The role of government in the lives of citizens is critical at this time. Now, more than ever, society looks to government for effective policies and quality services. The government of the District of Columbia needs talented people committed to the principles of public service to fill these roles. The Capital City Fellows program is an outstanding introduction to such service.
The Capital City Fellows Program (CCFP) is a mayoral initiative to attract recent graduates of master's degree programs in public administration, public policy, urban planning and related fields to work for the city of Washington, DC. Candidates compete for two-year fellowship appointments during which they complete four six-month rotations in different city agencies, including: the Office of the City Administrator, Department of Human Resources, Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Department of Human Services, Department of Transportation, Department of Corrections, Department of Real Estate Services, the Metropolitan Police Department, among many others.
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