With partner schools in five states across the country, the Robertson Foundation for Government has built a strong network of supporters in academia. Like our goals, however, our network extends beyond the scholastic world. We have partners in the military, various governmental agencies, think tanks, non-profits, and the private sector. Our relationships with these institutions and individuals help Robertson Fellows in their job searches and networking pursuits.
The Robertson Fellows come from diverse backgrounds, but join in their commitment to serve their country after receiving their graduate degrees. Each Fellow agrees to work for the Federal Government for three of their first seven years after graduating. RFFG rewards this commitment by financing Fellows’ graduate tuition, room, board, and fees. In addition, the Foundation helps Fellows find internships and jobs, and holds regular networking and informational events.
Our Partner Schools
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University (also referred to as The Fletcher School) is the oldest school in the United States dedicated solely to graduate studies in international affairs.
The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs (commonly known as the Maxwell School) is the public policy school of Syracuse University. The school conducts research and offers graduate degrees in the social sciences, public administration, and international affairs.
The Maryland School of Public Policy is one of 14 schools at the University of Maryland, College Park and the only policy school in the Washington, D.C.-area affiliated with a major research university.
The Bush School of Government and Public Service, named in honor of former US President George H. W. Bush, offers graduate degrees in Public Service and Administration and the International Affairs.