Lobbying Fellowship with Friends Committee on National Legislation

Link: Congressional Advocate on Native American Policy

The Friends Committee on National Legislation is hiring for a two-year professional fellowship –lobbying on Native American policy in DC.  FCNL is a Quaker group (but you don’t have to be Quaker).   FCNL has been lobbying as allies on Indian issues for decades.  They’re masters at public-interest lobbying.   They’re looking for someone with tribal connections and experience and some professional work experience — this isn’t an internship. This person will be running the Native program.

FCNL is accepting applications until June 1, and the person would start the job in October.

About Sarah M Donnelly

Program Coordinator for the Indigenous Law and Policy Center at Michigan State University College of Law.
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