My name is Dahianna Salazar Foreman and I help lead the U.S. Digital Corps, launched last year by the Biden-Harris administration as a full-time, paid fellowship for early-career technologists to work on high-impact projects in the federal government.
I’m writing to share that applications for our upcoming cohort (Fellows will start in July 2023) are opening on Monday, November 21!
We are recruiting for mission-driven recent graduates in five tracks: software engineering, data science & analytics, product management, design, and cybersecurity. The fellowship offers competitive pay ($82,000+ in Washington, D.C.) and benefits, as well as opportunities for growth and a path to a long-term career position.
We would love to recruit students from your program and were hoping you might be able to forward information about the opportunity to your students. More information is available on our website and we are hosting several info sessions in the coming days and weeks.
Applications for the U.S. Digital Corps are opening on November 21! The U.S. Digital
Corps is a two-year government fellowship program recruiting early-career technologists to
launch impactful careers in public service and create a more effective, equitable government.
The Digital Corps is recruiting in five tracks: software engineering, data science & analytics,
product management, design, and cybersecurity.
The fellowship offers competitive pay (e.g. $82,000+ in Washington, DC) and benefits, as well
as opportunities for growth and a path to a long-term, career position. Digital Corps Fellows
work remotely anywhere in the U.S., hybrid, or in-person.
Visit the Digital Corps website for more information about the program, and register for an
upcoming info session to learn more. You can also join the Digital Corps mailing list and follow
on Twitter and LinkedIn.