The Truman Center for National Policy (CNP) is an independent think tank dedicated to advancing the national security of the United States through the pursuit of human rights, security, prosperity and inclusion at home and around the world.
CNP, in partnership with the Truman National Security Project, is also the nation’s only organization that recruits, trains, and positions a new generation of progressives across America to lead on national security. Our mission is to provide the skills, knowledge, and network to create an influential force of leaders across the country that advances strong 21st century national security policy. As staff in the Executive Branch, on Capitol Hill, and in statehouses and city halls across the country, our leaders advocate for progressive policy ideas from within the halls of power. And as trained spokespeople and advocates, our leaders add the unique credibility of their national security and military service to support progressive ideas in tough parts of the country.
A Scoville Fellow will work on a number of projects including:
- Providing research, writing, and editing assistance for papers and other publications on nuclear deterrence, non-proliferation, biosecurity, emerging technology, subnational diplomacy, climate and energy security, and other regional and international security issues.
- Supporting scholarship, thought leadership, and informational events on these topics.
- Staffing major events, to include our annual conference, which serve as platforms for national leaders grappling with these questions.
- Support our Nuclear Nonproliferation Fellow in providing training to Congressional staff and statehouses.