During the week of April 24, 2023, the PMF Program will host a series of info sessions for graduate students who are interested in learning more about the PMF Program and how to launch a career in the Federal Government. The PMF Program is the Federal Government’s premier leadership development program for advanced degree holders across all academic disciplines and from all segments of society. It is a two-year fellowship at a Federal agency that is full-time, with full salary and benefits, leadership and technical development opportunities, and which can lead to a permanent career in the Federal Government.

This session will be open to all academic disciplines and will have a specific focus on "First Generation" students (e.g., first generation college students, first generation professionals, first generation Americans, etc.). This info session will provide a general overview of the PMF Program, initial details about the 2024 application cycle (expected to launch in the fall), and an opportunity to hear from current and former PMFs (who are First Gen students themselves) across government about their unique experiences in the program. If time permits, there will also be time for Q&A. To be eligible to apply to the PMF Program when the application launches this fall, you should be going into the final year of your advanced degree program (expecting to complete all requirements by 8/31/2024), or you have finished your advanced degree in the two years prior to the application launch.

Please register in advance using the link below and you will receive a confirmation email prior to the session with details for accessing the Zoom for Government meeting. Space is limited and dates, times, and thematic focus are subject to change; please check back for any updates. This session will not be recorded for later publishing or viewing, and there will be a maximum capacity of 500 participants. We hope to see you there!

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