WASHINGTON (AP) _ Attorneys, a flight instructor, businessmen and a surgeon were among 14 people named as White House fellows for the 1988-1989 year.

The 14, named Tuesday, were recommended to President Reagan by the his Commission on White House Fellowships from among 33 finalists selected by regional panels. Altogether, 825 people applied for the fellowships.

The fellows will serve for a year as special assistants to the vice president, members of the Cabinet and top White house aides. Their year of service will begin Sept. 1.

The White House fellows have been chosen annually since 1964.

The class for the 1988-1989 year consists of:

-Bradford B. Baker, 28, president of Advanced Printer Technologies Inc. in Venice, Fla.

-Jeffrey W. Colyer, 28, a Kansan who is now a surgical resident at the Washington Hospital Center and has set up surgical clinics for Afghan rebels.

-Charles P. Garcia, 27, a native of Washington, D.C., who was raised in Panama and is now in the U.S. Air Force there.

-Jonathan George, 31, a member of the Comanche Nation from Enid, Okla., who lives in Marysville, Calif., and is a flying instructor for the Air Force.

-David E. Greenberg, 38, a communications consultant and newspaper columnist in Denver.

-Nancy J. Kelly, 32, of Manchester, Conn., a recent graduate of the Harvard Law School and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

-Michael T. Lempres, 28, an attorney in San Francisco.

-Alan W. Marty, 31, a regional sales manager for Applied Materials Inc. in Dallas.

-Mark E. Readinger, 35, senior strategic planner for Texas Instruments Inc. in Dallas

-Mitchell B. Reiss, 30, an attorney in New York City.

-John E. Shephard Jr., 32, an Army officer who teaches at the Military Academy in West Point, N.Y.

-David L. Simms, 31, a manager with Bain and Company in Boston.

-Clifford L. Stanley, 41, of Dumfries, Va., a lieutenant colonel in the Marine Corps who attends the National War College.

-Patrick M. Walsh, 33, a naval officer from Dallas who is attending the Armed Forces Staff College and who has served as a member of the Blue Angels.

The program is open to U.S. citizens in the early stages of their careers. Federal employees are not eligible, with the exception of career members of the armed forces.