Southern California International Review: International Affairs Academic Journal Accepting Submissions

The Southern California International Review (SCIR) is now accepting outstanding submissions for publication in the Fall 2017 issue. The Review publishes up to six exceptional full-length articles in every issue. SCIR has published pieces from university students around the world, including Duke, Georgetown, Australia National University, and Boston College. The deadline to submit your work for the Fall 2017 issue is September 21st 2017.  Please email scinternationalreview@gmail.com with any questions. If you are unable to submit online via our upload link, please email scinternationalreview@gmail.com with your piece and the information requested…

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Fall Research Intern, Media Matters for America – Washington, DC

Fall Research Intern Media Matters for America — a progressive, Washington, D.C-based, nonprofit research and information center dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing, and correcting conservative misinformation in the U.S. media — is seeking Research Interns. Interns will provide support to Media Matters’ Research Department which monitors print, online, and broadcast media for conservative misinformation and is primarily responsible for generating progressive, fact-based rebuttals to inaccurate media narratives on a variety of issues. Interns will enroll in a 10-week Fall internship program with a flexible work schedule of between 20 and…

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Spring 2018 Bundestag Intern, Émigré Memorial German Bundestag Internship Program – Berlin

EMGIP (Émigré Memorial German Internship Program) offers internship opportunities for US students in the German parliament, the Bundestag. The internships are two months long and in positions matching the student’s interests and academic and professional experience. Application deadline is September 15, 2017 for Spring 2018 internships. Applicants should possess outstanding academic records and personal integrity, and should have some knowledge of the German legislative process. Participants should be advanced undergraduate or Master’s students in fields such as political science, international relations, law, history, economics or German. Students must be fluent…

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5 Year BS/MS program for INTA

The 5 Year BS/MS program is designed for students enrolled in the International Affairs undergraduate program who demonstrate an interest in and ability for additional education beyond the BS degree. Students in the BS/MS program will remain undergraduates until they meet requirements for the undergraduate degree, at which point they will receive their BS degree and be changed to graduate status. Students will be eligible to apply for the program after completion of 45 semester credit hours at Georgia Tech (i.e., at the end of their third semester), and if…

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Ivan Allen College Resume Blitz: Sept 5-6

Get feedback on your resume directly from recruiters! Be prepared for Fall career fairs and the co‐op/internship/full‐time job recruiting season. The following companies will be reviewers at the Resume Blitz! September 5th Brightstar – Antoinette Williams and Mark Clare Georgia Tech Center for Advanced Communications Policy – Recha Reid September 6th Slalom Consulting – Carrie Flaspohler and Brian Smith American Lung Association in Georgia- Melissa Bauer Noble Systems – Kristen Palmares View full flyer: Resume Blitz flyer_IAC_2017

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Sada Online Journal Fall Research Intern, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – Washington, DC

Research Intern – Sada Online Journal Unpaid 18-35 Hours per Week The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, India and the United States, is seeking an intern to work part or full-time on Sada, Carnegie’s online journal on the Middle East. Duties will include monitoring journals and media outlets in the Middle East (including social media and blogs); preparing short summaries about the regional and local developments; proofing and fact-checking articles as needed; improving archives; maintenance of…

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Cox Communications LEAD Program for Nunn School Students

What is the LEAD Program at Cox Communications? The LEAD program is a project management development program at Cox Communications, the third largest Internet Service Provider in the United States. The LEAD Program focuses on developing the next generation of talent at Cox using the program management discipline. Throughout the program, each participant receives three-months of dedicated, on-the-job training and are then placed in rotations to show participants different aspects of the business and different types of projects. Why am I reaching out to you? As I was looking for…

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Minorities Fellowship Programme 2017,  Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) – Geneva, Switzerland 

Fellowship Programme 2017 – Call for Applications The Minorities Fellowship Programme (MFP) was launched by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in 2005. Through the MFP, the OHCHR aims to give persons belonging to national or ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities an opportunity to gain knowledge on the UN system and mechanisms dealing with international human rights in general and minority rights in particular. The MFP is intended to assist organizations and communities in protecting and promoting the rights of minorities the fellows belong to. The…

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Idealist Grad School Fair, GA Tech and Emory – September 20, 2017

Are you considering graduate school, or do you know someone who is? We  invite you to our annual Idealist Graduate School Fair on Wednesday, September 20th, presented by Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies. Featuring over 60 programs, the fair is free to attend and great for anyone interested in a socially-minded career path, or looking to advance in the nonprofit or public service sectors. Register now for more details and see the full list of schools that will be in attendance. RSVP NOW This fair is generously hosted by…

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Park(ing) Day 2017, Georgia Tech Student Planning Organization – Atlanta, GA

Each year, the Student Planning Association from the School of City and Regional Planning hosts Park(ing)Day in Tech Square. Park(ing)Day(ppparkingday.org)) is an international event that encourages people to think about how space is used by turning metered parking spaces into green space, public space, and other creative uses. This year, we want to welcome students and organizations from our fellow Atlanta colleges and universities to participate and host a parking space in Tech Square. In previous years, student groups or local businesses and organizations have hosted spots to create “parklets,”…

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