Bil Browning

The Vaid Fellowship

Filed By Bil Browning | June 23, 2005 12:58 PM | comments

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The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute is now accepting applications for Fall 2005 Vaid Fellows.

The Vaid Fellowship was created through generous grants from the Billie Jean King Foundation and the Anita May Rosenstein Foundation in honor of the Policy Institute's former director, long-time activist Urvashi Vaid. Vaid Fellowships support and recognize the leadership of people of color and other emerging leaders in the progressive movement for LGBT equality.

Vaid Fellows are given a great deal of responsibility. The three Vaid Fellows selected for Fall 2005 will focus on legal and policy research and writing, and will be directly supervised by a staff of nationally recognized LGBT policy experts from social science and legal research fields.

Salary: $10 per hour 20 hours per week

Please visit their website for more information. Click on "about us" and then select "interns and fellows".


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