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Fleet Scholar Education Program (FSEP)

The program is geared for junior and mid-level unrestricted Line (URL) and Information Warfare Community (IWC) officers. Selections will be made and forwarded by community sponsors by December of the FY the selected officer students will start their education tour. Communities allocations are announced via NAVADMIN message. FSEP selectees can choose any accredited graduate school in the continental U.S., Alaska, or Hawaii and attend for up to 24 months. Distance learning, Executive MBA, night/weekend/part-time programs structured for the working professional, medical, and legal education programs are not authorized graduate programs under FSEP. Those officers who have already received an advanced degree funded by the Navy are not eligible. This does not include those officers who earned a degree using their G.I. Bill, tuition assistance, or Navy College Program for Afloat College Education.

The CIVINS office at NPS acts as the third-party sponsor for FSEP tuition and also facilitates Education Plan reviews.  FSEP applicants and selectees are highly encouraged to visit the CIVINS Website or email the CIVINS office at for general inquiries.
(Updated on 02 May 18)

Navy Legislative Fellowship

The Navy Legislative Fellows program provides an opportunity for selected Navy officers and enlisted to broaden their experience and knowledge in the operations and organization of Congress while enhancing the Navy's ability to fulfill its role in the national policy development process.
A follow-on utilization tour in a legislative affairs billet is possible but dependent on community-specific billet requirements, needed officer/enlisted progression, and availability of legislative assignments.
Competition is keen, and the selection process will focus primarily on individual performance, promotion potential, career, timing, breadth of experience, academic and subspecialty qualifications, needs of the Navy, and availability for follow-on assignment. Potential applicants should reach out to CDR Rebeca Rodriguez at

Secretary of the Navy Tours with Industry (SNTWI)

These tours offer the service member a chance to learn from and with leading industry, partners to better improve leadership, management, and communications skills.  The tour will provide valuable perspective to civilian business world about the Navy and in turn provide the service member with a unique look at civilian best practices.
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