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Empower by Navigator | BIPOC Public Affairs Fellowship
Seize New Opportunities | Explore Public Affairs | Make Your Next Move
The Empower by Navigator BIPOC Public Affairs Fellowship is a program that encourages post-secondary students to start and advance their careers in public affairs.
Our eight-week program, led by Navigator’s public affairs experts, provides in-depth learning about the industry with a focus on communications, media relations, public affairs campaigns, crisis response and reputation management and government relations.
Each week, Fellows participate in a 90-minute module that includes a lecture on the topic of the week, as well as a practical or case study component where learnings are applied to real life situations.
The fellowship also offers continued mentorship to fellows interested in pursuing a career in public affairs through job search support and networking opportunities.
Post-secondary students that meet the following eligibility criteria are welcome to apply for the BIPOC Public Affairs Fellowship at Navigator:
- Candidates should be in the last year of a 4-year bachelor’s degree or can be current graduate school students. Applications from graduate students that completed their program in 2021 will also be accepted;
- Must identify as a member of the BIPOC community;
- Must have a keen interest or curiosity about public affairs and communications;
- Candidates should have strong written and verbal communication skills; and
- Completed course work in political science, communications, journalism, or any other relevant field is an asset.
To apply for the BIPOC Youth Public Affairs Fellowship:
- Review the eligibility requirements
- Submit a copy of your Cover Letter and Resume to email@example.com
The deadline to apply is April 4, 2022.
The fellowship will begin on May 4, 2022, and will take place on Wednesdays.