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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

New Academic Year Brings Emphasis on Presidential Fellows’ Development and Innovation

September 20, 2017

The Presidential Fellows participated in a week-long session of training, service, and a retreat to prepare for the new academic year.

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Presidential Fellows Host President LeBlanc During Fall Training

September 19, 2017

The fellows, advising team, and President LeBlanc spent some time getting to know one another with an icebreaker (in which we learned President LeBlanc has eaten a reptile and would like the opportunity to create a society on another planet).

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Presidential Fellows Summer Reflections

September 19, 2017

PAFs Dor Hirsh Bar Gai and Emily Somberg recount their incredibly rewarding summer experiences

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Presidential Fellows Volunteer on Move-In Day with President LeBlanc

September 19, 2017

On fall Move-In Day, the Presidential Fellows volunteered at the F Street House, where they served refreshments to new students and families.

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New Year, New Placement

September 19, 2017

This year I started a placement at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences in the Department for Clinical Research and Leadership (CRL).

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Academic Research Spotlight: Should We Privatize the DC Metro? A Study

September 19, 2017

This summer, I took a class titled Privatization, Nationalization and Public-Private-Partnership at GW’s School of Business, to consider the issue of privatizing transportation more analytically, less politically, and with more nuance. Ultimately, I wanted to provide a more informed response if someone asked me again about privatizing DC’s struggling metro system.

Reports

Annual Reports

Each year, Presidential Administrative Fellows write an annual report about important events and activities that took place during the year.