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2018 Council Summer Fellows Program

Program Background

The Montgomery County Council’s ten-week 2018 Summer Fellows Program was a unique opportunity that enabled graduate students between their first and second year of study to gain real world experience across multiple fields. The program was a collaboration among four independent organizations--the Montgomery County Council, Health & Human Services (HHS), the Council’s Office of Legislative Oversight (OLO), and Montgomery County’s Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC).

This alliance provided multiple access points to innovative leaders who are shaping the future of Montgomery County in new and exciting ways. It also enabled participants to build an experience specifically tailored to their field of study. The program enabled participants to work directly with decision makers on ongoing projects, policy analyses and self-selected research projects. Participants interacted directly with elected officials, senior management staff, and depending on placement, local civic organizations, advocacy groups and business leaders.

2018 Fellow Final Reports

Summer Fellow Program Description

2018 Summer Fellows Take a Road Trip to Germantown

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