Fellowship Description Are you passionate about next generation security and democratic resilience? Do you have strong skills in data analysis and research? Do you want to join a team of experts and innovators who are working on emerging security challenges and opportunities? If so, you might be the ideal candidate for a Social Impact Fellowship at the Future Frontlines program. The Future Frontlines program is a public interest intelligence service that conducts research and analysis on emerging security challenges and opportunities, such as Russian irregular forces, alt-tech, and illicit flows of money and goods. The program regularly produces research, analysis, and commentary to inform and engage the public on these critical issues. Responsibilities As a Social Impact Fellow, you will support the Future Frontlines team in various aspects of their portfolios, such as: Parsing large amounts of quantitative and qualitative data and gleaning insights from it Conducting literature reviews and background research on relevant topics Drafting blogs and other written products Assisting with administrative tasks such as event planning, outreach, and coordination Your Host The Future Frontlines program at New America is a public interest intelligence service that works to support next generation security for democratic resilience. It conducts research and analysis on emerging security challenges and opportunities, such as Russian irregular forces, alt-tech, and illicit flows of money and goods. The program regularly produces research, analysis, and commentary to inform and engage the public on these critical issues. We are dedicated to renewing the promise of America by continuing the quest to realize our nation's highest ideals, honestly confronting the challenges caused by rapid technological and social change, and seizing the opportunities those changes create. Since 1999, New America has nurtured a new generation of policy experts and public intellectuals. Today we are a community of innovative problem-solvers, combining our core expertise in researching, reporting and analysis with new areas of coding, data science, and human-centered design to experiment and innovate nationally and globally. We prize our intellectual and ideological independence and our diversity, seeking to do our best work and to reflect the America we are becoming. SIF Mentor Ben Dalton Program Manager, New America’s Future Frontlines Program Social Impact Fellowship Mentor Email [email protected] Ben Dalton is a program manager for New America’s Future Frontlines program, which conducts research and analysis on emerging security challenges and opportunities. He has extensive experience in journalism, communications, and digital media, covering topics such as US politics, Russia and the former Soviet Union, and global conflict and crisis. Apply Here Submit Your Application Today! Current & Former New America Fellows Lidia Tripiccione, GS, SLA Social Impact Fellow "I was born and raised in Italy, where I earned my BA in foreign languages (German and Russian) and my MA in Philosophy of Language. After that, I moved to Princeton and I am currently a rising fifth-year student at the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. I am interested in the reception of Russian and Soviet theories of literature in the USA and several European countries during the Cold War." Sophie Chopin, GS, FIT University Administrative Fellow Social Impact Fellow Sophie is a fifth-year graduate student in the Department of French and Italian. She also participated as a University Administrative Fellowship with the Financials Team in the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School. Working with André Benhaim, she is interested in the obsolescence of urban space, considering how contemporary literature views the modernization of cities as a ruin-producing phenomenon. Rebekah Haigh, GS, REL Community College Teaching Fellow University Administrative Fellow Social Impact Fellow "Taking part in the GradFUTURES Fellowship program was an enriching experience both professionally and personally. It opened up a whole world of experiences and possibilities that I plan on exploring in the future." Elaine Tsui, GS, CHE GradFUTURES Fellow "My mentor helped me realize what career I wanted to pursue, and my experience as a GradFUTURES Fellow gave me the confidence to pursue that career. Taking part in this program opened my eyes to the possibilities outside of Princeton and equipped me with a new understanding of myself, personally and professionally."