The Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program is awarded to provide young American professionals between the ages of 23 and 34 who have an interest in German and European affairs with internships in the public and private sectors in Germany. To qualify for this award, you must be a U.S. citizen, be willing to participate in an intensive language training program, and have a graduate degree in business administration, journalism, law, public policy, international relations, or a closely related field. If you do not have a graduate degree, you are still encouraged to apply, provided that you possess extensive professional experience in the aforementioned fields. You must demonstrate outstanding professional performance, academic achievement and active participation in community/public affairs. The program has a nine month duration. In addition to your completed application, you will also need to submit a resume, official transcripts, a personal statement and two letters of reference. Generous funding for language training in the U.S. and Germany will be provided prior to program start.