ARIN Fellowship Program for ARIN 51
jsweeting at arin.net
Wed Jan 18 01:27:10 UTC 2023
For those folks (e.g., yourself, friends, coworkers, ...) who are looking for an in-depth mentored introduction to ARIN, please consider submitting an application to participate in the ARIN 51 Fellowship Program!
Details attached below, and more online at https://www.arin.net/fellowships.
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Subject: [arin-announce Digest, Vol 209, Issue 2] Apply Today for the ARIN 51 Fellowship Program
Learn more about Internet governance, number resource policy, and the ARIN community by becoming an ARIN Fellow. Applications for the hybrid-format ARIN 51 Fellowship Program are now open, and we encourage you to apply for this specialized, interactive learning opportunity.
Apply today at https://arin.net/BeAFellow <https://arin.net/BeAFellow><https://arin.net/BeAFellow%3e>
Applications are accepted from Thursday, 5 January, to Wednesday, 25 January, 2023.
ARIN 51 Fellows will attend three virtual sessions before the ARIN 51 Public Policy and Members Meeting, held in Tampa, Florida from 16-19 April, and may choose to attend ARIN 51 either in person or virtually.
Fellows will have the opportunity to ask questions, get feedback, and gain the knowledge and confidence to join in community discussions, propose new ideas, and become part of the future of Internet governance and policy in the ARIN region.
Individuals who are 18 years of age or older and reside in the ARIN region are eligible to apply if they have a demonstrated interest in the ARIN community and its policy development processes for the management of Internet number resources.
Applicants must understand the importance of ARIN?s mission and be familiar with ARIN services, including the Internet number resources it manages and the process reflected in the Number Resource Policy Manual (NRPM).
To learn more about ARIN?s Fellowship Program, the selection process, and the Terms and Conditions, please visit https://www.arin.net/fellowships <https://www.arin.net/fellowships><https://www.arin.net/fellowships%3e>.
Applicants that require approval from their employer prior to applying may request a customizable letter that highlights the benefits of taking part in ARIN?s Fellowship Program by emailing fellowships at arin.net<mailto:fellowships at arin.net> <mailto:fellowships at arin.net<mailto:fellowships at arin.net>>.
If you have any other questions or need more information, please email fellowships at arin.net<mailto:fellowships at arin.net><mailto:fellowships at arin.net<mailto:fellowships at arin.net>>. ARIN looks forward to receiving your application soon!
Community Programs Manager
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
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