The Dell Thurmond Woodard Fellowship was established in 2007 as an additional grant/internship opportunity within the Tisdale Fellowship. The Tisdale Fellowship is a high-tech public policy summer internship program in Washington, D.C. The Dell Fellowship was created in memory of the late Thurmond Woodard, Dell’s former vice president of global diversity and the chief ethics, privacy and compliance officer.
Those interested should use the Eben Tisdale Fellowship Application and follow the instructions for submitting an additional essay on ethics and diversity. The Dell Thurmond Woodard Fellowship grant recipient will participate in the same program as those in the Tisdale Fellowship – an eight-week internship and weekly high-tech policy seminars.