The Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship trains and inspires new leaders in the movement to end hunger and poverty in the United States. Fellows gain vital first-hand experience through placements with community-based organizations across the country as well as policy-focused organizations in Washington, D.C. The program bridges gaps between local efforts and national public policy, as fellows support partner organizations with program development, research, evaluation, outreach, organizing, and advocacy projects. Bachelor's degree, or equivalent experience is required. Emerson alums pursuing masters' degrees in public health or public policy at select institutions of higher learning are eligible for significant discounts on tuition. Please contact Program Associate, Paige Clay for more information about the fellowship.