The Internet played a crucial role in the recent elections of countless American and Canadian politicians. But when they take office in 2009, how will their policy decisions, in turn, affect the Internet itself? As we announced last month, we are looking for outstanding students to spend the summer as Google Policy Fellows at organizations that are helping shape those decisions.
Each selected fellow will receive a stipend to work at one of fifteen organizations in the U.S. and Canada that are leading the public debate on issues ranging from broadband policy to copyright reform to open government.
Applications are due next Friday, December 12, so get going!
|[NFGB] Link - from Google Public Policy Blog|
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