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Applications for fellowships in a three year course in Preparation for Public Service offered annually by the Department of Government must be filed before Monday, February 1.
These awards, not to exceed six in number, have been granted since the fall of 1935. The schedule usually followed is to spend the first year at Harvard in preliminary research and study, the second in field work or a public interneship, and the third, again at Harvard in order to integrate the theory and practice of public service. Applicants for the fellowships must have a B.A. degree or its equivalent.
Four men, holding their fellowships for the second year, are now engaged in their public interneship. Three of these are in Washington; one getting practical training in the Treasury Department, another studying transportation problems as faced by the American Trucking Associations, and the third is working with the Social Security Board. One is with the United States Employment Service at New Haven, a branch of the Department of Labor.
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