Fellowship and Internship Programs
Experience policy-making from the inside
APA Congressional Fellowship Program
Spend a year working in Congress as a special aide to a member of the U.S. House or Senate or a congressional committee.
Jacquelin Goldman Congressional Fellowship
Funded by the American Psychological Foundation, this fellowship is for psychologists with a background in child development or clinical psychology and experience with children.
Executive Branch Science Fellowship
Spend a year as a special assistant in a federal agency with a scientific portfolio. Each placement is tailored every year to the incoming fellow’s expertise and interests.
Public Interest Policy Graduate Student Internship
Work for a year with the staff of APA's Public Interest Directorate Government Relations Office applying psychology to problems of human welfare and social justice.
- APA Federal Action Network
Learn more about advocacy and stay connected to legislative issues impacting psychology.