Navy Military, Civilian Applicants for Navy Legislative Fellowship Sought

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From Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs

WASHINGTON (NNS) — Navy announced a call for Navy civilian, officer and senior enlisted applicants for the calendar year 2020 Navy Legislative Fellows Program in NAVADMIN 056/19, Mar. 4.

The program is a year-long full-time assignment to the office of a member of the House of Representatives or the Senate to broaden understanding of the legislative process and the operation of the U.S. Congress.  The program also enhances the Navy’s ability to fulfill its role in the national policy development process.

This highly competitive program is open to O-3 through O-5 active-duty and Full-Time Support officers, enlisted E-7 through E-9 active-duty Sailors and senior Navy employees GM/GS-13 and above or equivalent.

Military applicants must be available for permanent change of station assignment to Washington, D.C. from November 2019 through December 2020.  During the fellowship, officers and senior enlisted Sailors will be assigned to the Office of Legislative Affairs for administrative purposes and must agree to serve for three years following completion or termination of the fellowship.

Military applications must be submitted no later than Apr. 15, 2019.

Program information and submission guidance for military applicants is available at https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/training-education-qualifications, click “Navy Legislative Fellowship” in the “Looking For?” section.

Applicants selected for the Legislative Fellowship Program will be contacted via email and a list of selectees will be posted at https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/training-education-qualifications.

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