ARIN Fellowship Announced

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The ARIN Fellowship Program is accepting applications to attend ARIN 45
in Louisville, Kentucky, 26 – 29 April 2020.

As part of an ARIN Fellowship, selected fellows will attend the ARIN 45
Public Policy and Members Meeting at no charge; this includes hotel
accommodations at the meeting venue, round-trip economy class airfare,
and a small stipend to assist with travel incidentals and meals.

ARIN’s Fellowship Program offers ARIN Fellows a unique opportunity to
discuss and learn more about ARIN’s Policy Development Process (PDP),
participate in current policy discussions while voting on key policy
drafts, be paired with a seasoned ARIN Mentor for an enhanced meeting
experience, network with ARIN’s Board of Trustees, Advisory Council, and
staff, including community members throughout the region while gaining a
more in-depth exposure to ARIN’s operations and services.

Prior to applying for an ARIN Fellowship, all applicants should first
thoroughly read and be able to adhere to ARIN’s Fellowship Terms and
Conditions found at:


To apply to ARIN’s Fellowship Program now, please visit:


The ARIN Fellowship Program is a staff-facilitated program designed to
broaden inclusion, diversity, engagement, and volunteerism amongst
members within the ARIN region while remaining focused on strengthening
educational outreach and awareness, including introducing new voices and
ideas into public policy discussions.

To provide an enriched educational and inclusive experience, ARIN has
reduced the number of available fellowships and will provide up to ten
(10) fellowships per ARIN Public Policy and Members Meeting.
Furthermore, the application process is only open to individuals from
ARIN customer or member organizations or having a direct engagement in
the ARIN community who reside in the ARIN region. ARIN Fellow alumni may apply, but may not exceed a total of two ARIN Fellowships. The
application period closes at 5:00 PM ET, Thursday, 13 February.

For more information about ARIN’s Fellowship Program and the selection
process, please visit:



Wendy Leedy
Community Engagement Specialist
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)