Emerging Fellowship

The Emerging Fellowship is a year-long, paid opportunity that provides students the resources to advance their policy idea with direct staff support. Fellows write a research paper, build advocacy campaigns, and use strategic partnerships to advocate for their policy idea.


The Many Hands Food Cooperative: Ending Food Deserts and Building Sustainable Communities through Asset-Own… by Roosevelt Institute on Scribd


Remembering Rural: Shaping Connected and Automated Vehicle Technology in North Carolina by Roosevelt Institute on Scribd


2016-2017 Emerging Fellow Reports
– Emerging Fellow for Democratic Access Asha Athman – Raising Refugee Voices: Promoting Participatory Refugee Resettlement Evaluation in Maryland
– Emerging Fellow for Education Rachel Brown-Weinstock – Increasing the Postsecondary Expectations of Rural High School Graduates Through Alumni College and Career Networks: A Rural-Specific Education Policy
– Emerging Fellow for Energy and Environment Shreya Ganeshan – Updated and Upgraded: Improving energy efficiency in Athens-Clarke County