From the program site:
The fellowship is a unique six-month program that trains young professional conservatives on the intellectual foundations and political history of conservatism. The goal is to equip a new generation of leaders with an understanding of the “fusionist” conservative philosophy (economic, social, national security, and constitutional) and to encourage application of those principles in the modern political landscape.
Through monthly meetings and readings, our fellows will interact with high profile leaders representing the major branches of the conservative movement. Fellows will meet over dinner with our guest speakers to discuss contemporary political issues and explore conservative solutions to them. Previous speakers include Grover Norquist, Donald Rumsfeld, Jonah Goldberg, Hon. Edwin Meese, Tony Perkins, Leonard Leo, and other conservative thought leaders!
This program is sponsored by the Young Conservatives Coalition – a DC-based, young professional conservative leadership, educational and networking organization dedicated to initiating and fostering valuable working relationships for professional development to advance the conservative movement.
To review Fellowship Candidate requirements and download an application, visit YCC Fellowship. Be sure to act soon! The deadline to apply is February 28, 2014.
To see which of your peers participated in the Fellowship program last year, visit Fellows – Class of 2013.
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