ASCE's Congressional Fellows Program places a civil engineer in the middle of policy debates in Congress.
During the yearlong fellowship, the ASCE Congressional Fellow works
on Capitol Hill as a staff member of either a Committee or an individual
member of the U.S. Senate or House of Representatives.
1996, ASCE members have worked on Capitol Hill dealing with a multitude
of technical issues, many of which directly impact how civil engineers
conduct their professional practice. Find out more on the program.
ASCE will provide an annual stipend of $66,000 and $4,000 in relocation expenses
The deadline is March 3, 2016 for the 2016-2017 Congressional Fellowship, Congressional Fellow Application 2016
If you have questions about the program contact Martin Hight, senior manager, government relations (phone: 202-789-7843).