ACBH Stipend Program for an Internship on Capitol Hill

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  • Address: 1510 H Street, N.W. Suite 900 Washington, DC 20005

The ACBH Stipend Program for an Internship on Capitol Hill is available thanks to the sponsorship from TCA – the Turkish Coalition of America,  and the main aim of this award is to provide an opportunity for Bosnian American students to live and work in Washington, D.C. and become exposed to U.S. government institutions.

Full Description

What the winner will get with this program is a monthly stipend between $400 for in-state participants and $1,000 for out-of-state participants.

Through his program, scholars will be prepared and will become successful future Bosnian American political and social leaders, who will improve the participation of the Bosnian American community in American political life.

Make sure you get familiar with the scholarship’s timeline, as it might change each year.

Who's eligible?

The ACBH Stipend Program for an Internship on Capitol Hill is an 8-week stipend internship program for students and recent college graduates who have been accepted as an intern to work at the offices of members of the U.S. Congress.

The scholarship committee has determined certain application requirements and all of them must be fulfilled so that you are accepted as a possible winner.

You have to be a U.S. citizen of Bosnian descent with relevant educational background and maturity.

You need to possess excellent communication and writing skills and prove past interest and experience in community and public service.

How to Apply

If you are sure that you are eligible for this award, you are probably interested in the way of applying for it.

Eligible applicants are required to submit their internship acceptance letter from one of the U.S. Congressional offices, together with the most recent resume and a one-page cover letter explaining their interest in community and public service.

Additionally, they need to submit their expectations of the program with the names and contact information such as phone and email of at least 2 references.

Once you gather all these materials, you should send applications via e-mail to:

Ajla Delkic
ACBH Executive Director

or you can mail it to:

Advisory Council for Bosnia and Herzegovina
Capitol Hill Stipend Program
1510 H Street, N.W.
Suite 900
Washington, DC 20005

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