In 1999, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) established the National Intelligence Fellowship for members of the intelligence community. The fellowship provides an opportunity for an outstanding professional, on the cusp of a senior position, to expand his or her knowledge of international relations through a program of individual study, research and reflection, extensive participation in CFR's active program of meetings and events, and interaction with the CFR's diverse membership.
Each year, candidates from the intelligence community are nominated by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and interviewed by CFR. Interested candidates should contact their human resources officer to learn more about the application process.
Paula Briscoe, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
A list of former National Intelligence Fellows can be found online by visiting Historical Roster of CFR's National Intelligence Fellows.
For more information on the David Rockefeller Studies Program, contact: