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The George Washington University Presidential Administrative Fellowship offers high-achieving seniors the opportunity for professional development and a Master's degree at GW. Founded in 1989, the PAF program requires a two-year commitment and fellows contribute to the advancement of the GW community by serving as ambassadors through their academic, professional, and personal involvement.

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PAF Program Updates

Frontiers in Sustainability: A Special Invitation from Darrin Kayser

All members of the PAFamily are invited to join Darrin Kayser, CCAS BA ’98, GSPM MA ’00 and a Lead Associate at Booz Allen Hamilton as he presents “I am Air Force Energy: Developing a culture of energy efficiency in the U.S. Air Force” as part of the GW Frontiers in Sustainability seminar series on Thursday, March 19 from 12pm to 1:30pm in the Geography Conference Room at Old Main (1922 F Street).

Join Us for the first-ever PAF Alumni Day of Service!

Please join current PAFs, PAF alumni, PAFriends, and PAFamily members to continue the celebration of the PAF Program’s 25th Anniversary by participating in our first-ever PAF Alumni Day of Service on Saturday, March 28.

PAFs Support Opening of the New Colonial Health Center

On Wednesday, January 14, the PAFs fulfilled their ambassadorial responsibilities by assisting with the opening of the new Colonial Health Center (CHC), a space to designed to promote health on campus.

PAFs Participate in Microaggression Workshop & Division of Student Affairs Forum on Everyday Bias

PAFs had various opportunities to learn about bias this month, and one of major takeaways from our discussions was that a great way to confront our personal biases is to build genuine relationships with people who are different from us.

Breakfast Discussion with President Knapp

The PAFs sat down with President Knapp for a discussion on change and leadership during our weekly meeting on Wednesday, February 4. The conversation focused on strategies to communicate overarching vision for change and the importance of balancing different inclinations of stakeholders for potential changes.

PAFs Travel Around the World for Service

Each year, the GW Alternative Breaks program sends students on a number of winter and spring break trips.