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I am no bird; and no net ensnares me; I am a free
human being with an independent will. 

 ~Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre

"Get in good trouble, necessary trouble, & redeem the Soul of America." 


                                                                                    ~Congressman, John R. Lewis

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NCVCHR's "Youth Leadership Congressional Fellowship Program Overview...

The NCVCHR'S "Youth Leadership Congressional Fellowship Program" equips early career policy professionals who are committed to contributing to public policy with the necessary skills to become the next generation of leaders in public service. The program is an intensive 12-months policy training and leadership development program which enables youth-fellows to receive hands-on public policy training as full-time volunteers NCVCHR's legislative aides and policy analysts, writers, freelance journalist, activist, mentors, and supportive lobbyist.


Youth-Fellows are a collection of youth leaders from all 50 States, including The District of Columbia. Each participant are extensively researched volunteers who can attend the NCVCHR's Congressional Fellowship Program via Virtual Training and during our Annual Leadership Summit held in North Carolina several times per year. Participants must reside in one of the 50 States of America. 


NCVCHR'S youth-fellowship issue areas include: The Dr. Lent C. Carr's Foreign Policy Fellowship; Apostolic Theological Perspective Initiative; Energy; Energy & Environment; Health Policy; Woman & Health Sciences; Finance & Economic Policy; Technology & Cybersecurity; Social Justice; Federal and State Jurisprudence; Equal Justice Under Law Policy, and Technology & Diversity.

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