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Army Congressional Fellowship Program (ACFP)

The Army Congressional Fellowship Program is a 44-month program which includes pursuit of a Master's Degree in Legislative Affairs at George Washington University, service on the staff of a Member of Congress, and utilization on the Army Staff in a congressional-related duty position. Army National Guard Congressional fellows receive a fully-funded graduate degree from George Washington University earning a master's degree in Legislative Affairs while gaining Capitol Hill experience, followed by a 2-year utilization tour. The National Guard Bureau's Office of Legislative Liaison encourages eligible Army Captains, Majors, and senior Non-commissioned Officers in Title 10 AGR, Title 32 AGR, and M-Day status to apply to this prestigious career-broadening opportunity. The program seeks service members who have demonstrated outstanding promotion potential.

FY24 ARNG application suspense date is 25 March 2024.

Questions about this fellowship opportunity can be directed to:
Mr. Josh Spann
NGB Office of Legislative Liaison
(571) 256-7345