Description: GSA Impact Fellowship Southeast Sunbelt Region
Application Open/Close Date: November 1 – November 30, 2014
Starting Date: January 2015
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) supports the mission of all federal agencies by
providing them with workspace, acquisition services, administrative policies, and citizen engagement
tools, so that the agencies can more easily focus on achieving their respective missions. Further, as
a key member of the President’s Green Team, GSA is helping to lead the charge toward becoming a
sustainable, “green” federal government. Learn more about GSA at www.gsa.gov
The GSA Impact Fellowship is designed to provide advanced students with practicum experience
related to their academic course of study, with a focus on public service. As a valued member of the
Southeast Sunbelt Regional Administrator’s team, Fellows will gain direct insight into federal, state
and local government interaction, as well as public-private and citizen engagement.
Fellows will directly participate in a variety of activities to support individual programs. Projects
and activities may include, but are not limited to: participating in high-level interagency meetings;
coordinating meetings and outreach events with external groups; communicating with governmental
agencies at local, state and federal levels; researching and analyzing policy-related matters; drafting
communications materials; researching and/or crafting program strategies; developing messaging on
a variety of topics; and administrative duties, as needed.
GSA is currently accepting applications for select Fellowship positions, which are anticipated to run
November 1 – November 30 , 2014. Invited Fellows must be available for the full period and able
to commit a minimum of 15 hours per week. Fellows will serve in a volunteer/non-paid position,
must consent to a security background investigation upon selection, and must abide by the program
• At least half-time graduate student or undergraduate junior or senior in good standing at an
accredited learning institution through May 2015.
• A student in a field of study that includes: public administration, business administration,
communications, public policy, public relations and marketing, environmental management,
journalism, law, literature, English, and IT.
How to apply:
Submit resume and cover letter via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 30, 2014. In
the cover letter, explain why you are interested in becoming a GSA Impact Fellow. Please write
“GSA Impact Fellowship” in the subject of the e-mail submission.
GSA is an equal opportunity employer, providing programs and services in a fair and impartial manner.