ABOUT THE FELLOWSHIP: Monument Advocacy seeks college-, post-graduate-, or graduate-level candidates to support the bipartisan government relations team at Monument Advocacy in a variety of policy issue areas including, but not limited to, tech, energy/environment, trade, immigration, healthcare, and agriculture. College and graduate student Fellows will have significant opportunities to witness the public policy and legislative process first-hand and to gain real government relations, public affairs, and strategic communications experience. Duties will include but are not limited to 1) conducting legislative, political, and policy research; 2) tracking bills, regulatory developments, and current events related to client interests; 3) covering congressional hearings, briefings, and off-the-Hill policy events; and 4) assisting in business development proposals and research. The goal of the fellowship program is to expose highly motivated pre-career and early career professionals to the everyday operations of a government relations firm. Fellows will be given meaningful assignments in order to develop a range of skills including research and writing; personal development through inter-office communication and team building skills; critical thinking and time management based on real-life deadlines; and a more realistic understanding of the legislative process. Fellows will compile research on current legislative matters and write short memos informing clients of key takeaways. They will assist client managers with the preparation of congressional hearing memos and event summaries. A successful Fellow will possess a strong inter-personal skills, the ability to work well under pressure, and the desire to learn more about Congress and the public policy process.

Due date for application for the Spring 2023 Class is November 10, 2022.

To apply:  Please submit your resume, cover letter, brief writing sample, and two references to hiring@monumentadvocacy.com.

Pay: $16.10 per hour for either full- or part-time.