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Upon completion of course work, Fellows usually spend one year on Capitol Hill as American Political Science Association Congressional Fellows. Fellows generally serve as legislative assistants to Members of Congress and divide their time in Washington between the House and the Senate. During their time in Washington, Fellows participate in seminars and programs sponsored by the APSA Congressional Fellowship program. The year in Washington provides Fellows with an unparalleled opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge of the Congress, pursue their dissertation research, conduct interviews with Members of Congress and congressional staff members, and meet other political scientists who study the Congress. Additionally, Fellows are able to take a trip to a Member's congressional district and participate in a week-long exchange with Canadian Parliament interns in Ottawa.

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