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Opportunity profile: Following JFK’s lead

The John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum houses a wealth of material on the United States’ eminent 20th century political family. The library’s fellowships will pay your costs to access it, Eleni Courea reports.

The library, which is built on JFK’s home turf of Boston, is one of 14 presidential libraries in the US. It runs four fellowship schemes each year to support researchers who need prolonged access to its collections.

This year, the most generous fellowship is worth $5,000 (£3,900), which can be used to cover travel, lodging and other expenses during the trip. The deadline for all four fellowships is 15 August.

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