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Fellowships

Find your fellowship in civic tech or a related field. We track nearly 40 paid and unpaid fellowships around the world. You can share any fellowships we're missing here.

Annenberg Civic Media Fellowship

a fellowship program to empower social entrepreneurs, artists, activists, scholars and other catalysts to increase awareness, understanding and engagement around pressing areas of public interest, with particular attention to underrepresented communities and their ideas

cat-icon 3502 Watt Way, ASC 104 Los Angeles, CA 90089-0281

Ashoka Fellowship

A global organization that identifies and invests in leading social entrepreneurs -- individuals with innovative and practical ideas for solving social problems.

Aspen Tech Policy Hub Fellowship Program

Our program mixes the best of both Washington and Silicon Valley, bringing together stakeholders in policy and technology to train the next generation of policy entrepreneurs.

cat-icon Bay Area, California, USA

Berkman Klein Center for the Internet and Society

We are a research center, premised on the observation that what we seek to learn is not already recorded. Our method is to build out into cyberspace, record data as we go, self-study, and share. Our mode is entrepreneurial nonprofit.

cat-icon Berkman Center For Internet, Everett Street, Cambridge, MA, USA

Black to the Future Public Policy Institute

The Black to the Future Public Policy Institute is a policy advocacy and leadership training fellowship that provides the tools needed to transform Black communities into constituencies that wield independent, Black political power at the municipal, state, and federal level.

City Bureau Civic Reporting Residency

A 10-week program for journalists of all levels to learn our community-centered reporting process while covering the South and West Sides

cat-icon 6100 S Blackstone Ave, Chicago, IL 60637, USA

Civic Digital Fellowship

A first-of-its-kind technology, data science, and design internship program for innovative students to solve pressing problems in US federal agencies. 

cat-icon 1201 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Civic Hive

We have a simple plan. To accelerate anyone who has a passion and a plan to create a solution to social problem around them.

Code for America

Code for America is a non-partisan, non-political 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2009 to address the widening gap between the public and private sectors in their effective use of technology and design. According to its website, the organization works with residents and governments in solving community problems.

cat-icon San Francisco, California, United States

Code for America (CfA) Community Fellowship Program

Code for America's Community Fellowship program pairs local Brigade talent with government to improve services for vulnerable people they serve.

cat-icon 972 Mission Street, San Francisco, California, USA

Code for Australia Fellowship

Pairing talented technologists with government change-makers to tackle complex social issues

cat-icon Australia
cat-icon 207-192 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2C2, Canada

Colorado Digital Service

CDS hires top technologists from diverse backgrounds into term-limited tours of civic service, bringing their expertise to help improve the services that millions of Coloradans use.

cat-icon Colorado, United States

Compass Fellowship

Not accepting fellows as of 4/23/2020. The Compass Fellowship connects diverse changemakers with the tools, training, and jobs needed to build a career in the progressive movement.

Creative Placemaking Policy Fellows

It is the strategic integration of arts, culture and community engaged design into comprehensive community planning and development.

cat-icon Arizona State University

Digital Integrity Fellowship

The Digital Integrity Fellowship Program (DIFP) provides fixed monthly stipends to individuals capable of addressing short-term and long-term threats to freedom of expression online.

cat-icon 2025 M Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20036, USA

Digital Stewards Detroit

This training prepares teams of community organizers, people with construction skills, and techies to design and deploy communications infrastructure with a commitment to the Detroit Digital Justice Principles.