Wounded Warrior Fellowship Program
About the Program
The Wounded Warrior Fellowship Program was established in 2008 to provide wounded and/or disabled veterans an opportunity to work for Congress. These two-year paid fellowships provide veterans with experience and exposure to broaden career opportunities. Positions are available in congressional Member offices nationwide. Wherever possible, those selected for the Program will be given the opportunity to transition into full-time employment. However, full-time employment is not guaranteed at the conclusion of the two-year fellowship.
"The Wounded Warrior fellowship Program has provided an environment in which I can apply the skills that I aquired during my time in service while honing in on the path that i want to take with my career. The program has also been a great resource in establishing networks with staff across Capitol Hill and has allowed me to experience unique opportunities"
class of march 2018
"The Wounded Warrior Fellowship Program is helping me translate the skills I developed as a leader in the military to the civilian sector. It also allows me to continue serving the nation in one of the most prestigious capacities imaginable."
class of october 2019
"This Fellowship has opened the doors to future employment locally and nationaly as I have now broadened my knowledge in politics, legislation, and how federal agencies work. I've had the privilege to work with many federal, state, and local officials who I've learned from every step of the way. The Wounded Warrior fellowship Program has changed my world completely."
Military & veteran liason
class of july 2018