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Presidential Administrative Fellowship
“The unyielding commitment of presidential administrative fellows to the George Washington community is evident as they balance their studies, their work and ambassadorial role.” ―President Steven Knapp
Founded in 1989, the George Washington University Presidential Administrative Fellowship (PAF) offers high-achieving seniors the opportunity for enduring contributions to the university community while earning a master’s degree and enhancing their own professional development. Additionally, the presidential administrative fellows contribute to the advancement of the university by serving as ambassadors through their academic, professional and personal involvement.
The PAF program is designed to ensure that educational and professional experiences and interactions with university administrators and staff form a full complement of practice and training in leadership and administration. The program requires a two-year commitment, during which each fellow receives tuition and fees toward the completion of a master’s degree, a housing allowance, and departmental compensation.
For more information on the Presidential Administrative Fellowship program, please ask any current fellow, or contact Peter Konwerski, Senior Associate Provost and Dean of Students (email@example.com) or Toby Davidow (firstname.lastname@example.org). You may also phone the Division of Student Affairs at 202-994-6710 or email the PAF program at email@example.com.
PAF Recruitment begins in September. For more information about the program and securing an application, check out at the PAF website at http://gwired.gwu.edu/paf.
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