March 18, 2014 | By Jillian York

Apply to Be a Google Policy Fellow at EFF this Summer!

Are you a student who's passionate about Internet and technology policy? Come work with EFF this summer as a Google Policy Fellow!

The Google Policy Fellowship program offers students interested in Internet and technology policy the opportunity to spend the summer working on these issues at public interest organizations—including EFF!—in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America. Students will work for 10 weeks over the summer of 2014. This is the seventh year we've offered the Fellowship, an opportunity for undergraduate, graduate, and law students to work alongside EFF's international team on projects advancing debate on key public policy issues.

EFF is looking for someone who shares our passion for the free and open Internet. You'll have the opportunity to work on a variety of issues, including global surveillance, censorship, and intellectual property. Applicants must have strong research skills, the ability to produce thoughtful original policy analysis, and a talent for communicating with many different types of audiences.

Accepted applicant(s) will receive a $7,500 stipend for their 10-week long Fellowship. For more information on the Fellowship’s focus and the areas of work where you can get involved, go here. Applications must be received by April 14, 2014 midnight Pacific time. We will review applications and Google will inform you of acceptance on April 28, 2014.

To apply today, follow this link.


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