Mickey Leland - Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program

Program participants gain practical experience at the grassroots level through placements in community organizations across the country, as well as policy experience through placements in Washington, D.C. Fellows graduate with firsthand training in direct service program development and an understanding of public policy as it relates to hunger and poverty issues. Through this unique program, bridging community grassroots efforts and national public policy, fellows develop as effective leaders in the anti-hunger and poverty movement.

Academic Level
Field(s) of Study
Social Sciences
Law and Diplomacy
Nomination Required