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Edmund S Muskie Graduate Fellowship Program in USA, 2020

The Cultural Vistas is delighted to offer the Edmund S Muskie Internship Program in the USA. The Edmund S. Muskie Internship Program is a summer internship experience which provides participants with the chance to apply lessons learned in the classroom to a workplace setting.

  • Study Subject: Business Administration, Economics, Education, Environmental Management, International Affairs, Journalism and Mass Communication, Law, Library and Information Science, Public Administration, Public Health, and Public Policy
  • Course Level: Masters and professional courses


  • Applicants must currently be a Fulbright Foreign Student and must be currently studying towards their Masters’ degree at a U.S. college or university.
  • Applicants must be a citizen of one of the following countries:
    Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, the Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine or Uzbekistan.

How to Apply

How to apply: All participants must agree to actively participate in the program, including the placement process. While Cultural Vistas provides placement assistance for each participant in search of their summer internship, it’s each participant’s responsibility to secure their internship.

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Various organizations in the U.S. have different hiring practices for summer interns, and some of them require to go through their own selection process. We highly recommend to start your internship search as early as possible and apply for various positions that fit your professional interests even prior to the Muskie Program result announcement.

Cultural Vistas understands that students have many responsibilities during their academic year; however, the rewards are worth the effort. You will get the chance to gain hands-on experience in a U.S. organization, expand your professional network, and gain a deeper understanding of the United States and its people.


The support provided by the U.S. Department of State will cover:

  • Travel from campus to the orientation in Washington, D.C;
  • Lodging, meals, and program activities during the orientation;
  • Travel to cities in which internships are located;
  • Monthly stipend to assist the cost of living including housing, meals and transportation;
  • Travel from cities in which internships are located to the program debriefing;
  • Lodging, meals, and program activities during the debriefing session;
  • Return travel from debriefing to the university campus.

Application Deadline: Applications for 2020 are now closed

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