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Fellowship Program

The International Leadership Foundation is pleased to announce its Spring 2017 Civic Fellowship Program is open for applications. 
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This fellowship program is an 8- to 10-week scholarship opportunity in Washington, D.C. Application details can be found on the website at:
Deadline to apply is February 1, 2017

 Visit USAJOBS to start the online application process and view the following vacancy announcement numbers.

Please note the cutoff number for each position; These vacancy announcements will be open from 09/06/2016 to 09/12/2016or when 100 applications have been received. The vacancy will close on whichever day the first of these conditions are met. If the application limit is reached on the same day the announcement opened, the open and close date will be the same. Candidates are encouraged to read the entire announcement before submitting their application packages.

Vacancy Announcement Number Series/Grade Title Appt. Type Cutoff Link to Vacancy on USAJOBS
HRSC/PATH-2016-0018 GS-0199-07/07 Student Trainee (Intelligence Research) IEP 100 View at USAJOBS
HRSC/PATH-2016-0022 GS-0399-07/07 Student Trainee (Program Assistant (OA)) IEP 100 View at USAJOBS

The Internship Experience Program (IEP) allows for non-temporary appointments that are expected to last the length of the academic program for which the intern is enrolled. IEP participants, while in the program, are eligible for noncompetitive promotions.

This program allows for noncompetitive conversion into the competitive service following successful completion of all program requirements. Veteran's preference applies. So consider a Pathways internship with the U.S. Department of State, witnessing and participating in the formulation and implementation of U.S. foreign policy, working closely with the U.S. diplomats and Civil Service professionals who carry out America's foreign policy initiatives.

Should you have any questions, please contact

Visit our forums if you have any questions, or to search for topics of interest. The forums can be found under Connect on website. You can also search our FAQs for more information.

We appreciate your interest in a career with the U.S. Department of State.


Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project
Outreach and Training Coordinator
The Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project (DVRP) is looking for a proactive, creative, and compassionate individual determined to end gender-based violence. The Outreach and Training Coordinator is a full-time, non-exempt position, reporting to the Outreach Program Manager and working closely with the Executive Director (ED). The Outreach and Training Coordinator assists with the implementation of the Community Outreach and the Training and Technical Assistance Programs. This position requires some work on weekends and evenings. The position also requires a commitment to upholding a survivor-centered model and social justice approach to community engagement.
Primary Responsibilities:
 Community Outreach Program (50%)
o Raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault in Asian/Pacific Islander (A/PI) communities;
o Update DVRP’s social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn), listserv, and website;
o Supervise volunteer program;
o Foster new partnerships with A/PI community leaders, organizations, and faith-based institutions to increase their knowledge of domestic violence and sexual assault resources and how to appropriately refer survivors in their community;
o Coordinate translation and distribution of outreach materials such as brochures about domestic and sexual violence, fact sheets, annual report, videos, monthly newsletters and bystander cards; and
o Plan education and awareness activities for Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October), Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April) and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (May).
 Training and Technical Assistance Program (35%)
o Facilitate domestic violence, sexual assault education and cultural competency trainings for advocates, A/PI organizations and mainstream service providers; and
o Train staff and board members on how to raise awareness about the prevalence of domestic violence and sexual assault in their communities.
 Other related duties (15%)
o Assist ED with administrative and operational duties such as submitting grant reports, organizing meetings, maintaining DVRP’s electronic systems, etc.
o Other relevant duties as needed.
The ideal candidate for this position will bring a variety of experiences and attributes to DVRP, including:
 Fluency in English and ability to speak at least one Asian/Pacific Islander language is preferred, but not required;
 Understanding of trauma and how it impacts survivors and families;
P.O. Box 14268 | Washington DC 20044 | 202-833-2232 |
 At least 2-3 years of experience in community outreach, advocacy, training and communications with underserved, culturally specific or limited English proficient communities:
o Proficient in designing social media campaigns targeting different audiences;
o Experience with WordPress, Adobe Creative Suite and MS Office highly preferred.
 Excellent writing and organizational skills, with high attention to detail;
 Strong interpersonal skills and an outgoing personality;
 Ability to stay up to date with current news, trends and studies;
 An efficient multitasker and self-starter with demonstrated ability to work independently under tight deadlines.
Compensation will be based on experience and qualifications, $36,000 - $40,000 with benefits.
Application Process:
Please e-mail the following materials: letter of interest, resume, 3 professional references and a sample of work (i.e. a brochure, presentation, list of tweets, etc. the candidate has developed on their own). Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
DVRP is committed to equal opportunity in employment and, in accordance with the District of Columbia Human Rights Act of 1977, as amended, does not discriminate on the basis of “race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, genetic information, disability, source of income, and place of residence or business.