The Aspen Institute would like a hand in training and developing some of the country’s best cyber and technology experts through a new fellowship program that focuses on tech policymaking. Last week, Aspen started accepting applications for the fellowship at its new Tech Policy Hub in Silicon Valley. “It models itself after tech incubators like Y Combinator, but trains new policy thinkers and focuses the impact of their ideas,” the institute said of the program in a press release. The program starts in June and lasts until August of this year, with fellows receiving a $7,500 monthly stipend.

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Jordan Smith is a MeriTalk Senior Technology Reporter covering the intersection of government and technology.