The Eno Center for Transportation is now accepting applications for its Summer 2023 Thomas J. O’Bryant Transportation Policy Fellowship. This fellowship provides a high-quality professional development opportunity for aspiring transportation specialists. Successful applicants will gain in-depth knowledge of transportation policy and practice under the guidance of Eno staff.
- Assisting in the development of Eno publications and products. Fellows play an integral part in the research and development of transportation research documents, policy recommendations, and events. Projects cover all modes, sectors, and levels of government within transportation.
- Contributing to the premier transportation publication: Eno Transportation Weekly (ETW). Fellows cover transportation-related hearings on Capitol Hill, analyze legislation, and develop think pieces and other commentary for ETW.
- Bridging the gap between research and policy. Fellows participate in Eno’s outreach through participation in conferences, briefings, and private meetings.
- Gaining in-depth knowledge of U.S. policymaking. Fellows engage the policymaking community through association with the Board of Directors, Eno education programs, and briefings to policymakers.
Duration of the appointment is 10 weeks (start/end dates to be determined by successful candidate and Eno staff.)
Fellowships are awarded to students with a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, or Ph.D. working in transportation, engineering, housing, urban planning, or related degrees. Fellows must have already developed research skills and a strong writing ability.
The Thomas O’Bryant Fellowship is traditionally in-person at Eno’s offices in Washington, DC. Given the unpredictable nature of the coronavirus pandemic, we will consider options for a remote fellow, if necessary, and reassess as public health considerations dictate.
Fellows are paid $1,340 bi-weekly.
Submit cover letter, resume, and scholarly writing sample (2–3 pages) by Friday, March 10, 2023, with the email subject line “2023 FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION” to Garett Shrode at email@example.com. First round interviews will be held in late March.
Documents should be labeled:
- Ethan McCleod Reflects on the Thomas J. O’Bryant Fellowship
- Eno Welcomes Morgan State City Planning Master’s Candidate as 2022 Thomas J. O’Bryant Fellow
- Caroline Marete Reflects on the Thomas J. O’Byrant Fellowship
- Eno Welcomes Purdue University Ph.D. Candidate as 2021 Thomas J. O’Byrant Fellow
- Working at Eno: The 2020 Thomas J. O’Bryant Fellow Reflects on Her Experience
- Eno Welcomes University of Washington Ph.D. Candidate as the 2020 Thomas J. O’Bryant Fellow
Eno’s Commitment to Diversity
Eno believes that a diverse group of staff, board members, and partners (both formal and informal) from various racial, ethnic, political, and professional backgrounds helps to enhance and validate the quality and rigor of our research and policy work and inspire free and spirited exchange that draws upon a wide variety of views, thought, experience, and personal background. To guarantee such an environment, Eno is firmly committed to the promotion of diversity in all its dimensions. Internally, we cultivate a culture of inclusion that will make the Eno workplace a welcoming environment for all. This commitment to diversity extends to our external networks, advisors, and affiliates with whom Eno regularly interacts.
Statement on Vaccination, Testing, and Face Covering
Vaccination is a vital tool to reduce the presence and severity of COVID-19 cases in the workplace, communities, and the nation. Proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or legally authorized exemption is required for all Eno Center for Transportation employees, regardless of office location or remote work. Selected candidates will be required to provide proof of full vaccination before beginning employment with Eno Center for Transportation. Full vaccination is defined as 2 weeks after the final does of the requisite vaccination.