The Applied Data Fellowship (ADF) is a unique opportunity to spend one year working to design and implement high impact programs with government and large non-profits in the United States. Specifically, Fellows will work to help translate data-driven insights into actionable policy recommendations, new programs, and operational changes for the partners they serve. The Applied Data Fellowship is a University of Chicago program based in the Harris School of Public Policy.
It is open to graduates from across divisions at the University of Chicago. Exceptional candidates will have a good understanding of the policy domain, strong data analysis skills, and a deep desire to innovate and operationalize programs within the government and non-profit sectors to achieve impact.
Most projects start between August and October, but they also have a number of projects with a January through March start. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
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For more details on the fellowship, visit: http://www.iic.uchicago.edu/apply-to-the-us-program-1#how-to-apply-1