Raytheon’s Women Cyber Security Scholarship

The Center for Cyber Safety and Education is giving you chance to join this “Raytheon’s Women Cyber Security Scholarship”. Women’s in the U.S. who are pursuing or intending to pursue, a degree in cybersecurity or information security are eligible to apply. The scholarship aims to help students ease some of their educational financial burdens and developing global cyber talent. Provided By: The Center for Cyber Safety and Education (Center), formerly (ISC)² Foundation, is a non-profit charitable trust committed to making the cyber world a safer place for everyone. Key Details: Award Amount:…

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Research Intern, D3 Systems – McLean, VA

D3 is looking for a research intern to join our team! Work on public opinion research in an international context. With clients like Facebook and Pew Research Center, there is always excitement! JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Develop an understanding of the D3 research process • Provide assistance to staff on formatting questionnaires • Prepare Excel Codebooks and Trackers • Generate SPSS syntax files for reading data • Conduct thorough reviews of data sets, including quality control checking • Create Basic Data Tables • Prepare Topline or Marginals Reports •…

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Research & Development Internships, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies – Washington, DC

AICGS internships aim to: Introduce interns to all aspects (administrative, programming, development, research) of an American nonprofit public policy institute Provide opportunities for interns to carry out their own research projects and publish work on the Institute’s website Involve interns in ongoing AICGS projects and events of the three program areas:  Geoeconomics, Foreign & Domestic Policy, and Society, Culture & Politics Provide opportunities for participation in similar events in Washington, DC, organized by other policy institutions or think tanks. AICGS offers two internship positions (Research Internship and Development Internship). Please specify…

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Congratulations to Evan Long – Ivan Allen College Student Legacy Award Winner

The Nunn School would like to congratulate Evan Long for winning the 2013 Ivan Allen College Student Legacy Award. This award is granted to the student who embodies the exemplary leadership of Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.  In addition to evidence of leadership, the criteria for this award includes demonstrated academic achievement, civic responsibility, moral courage and character. Honors are given to faculty and students as innovators who are shattering traditional boundaries to create solutions that are deliberately interdisciplinary, socially responsible, and ethically conscious, and who are courageously advancing the cause of social…

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Critical Language Scholarship Program Intern, American Councils – Washington, DC

Summary: American Councils seeks applications to an internship position for the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program. The CLS Program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, is an intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program for American students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities. Students spend eight to ten weeks abroad studying one of 14 critical languages. The program includes intensive language instruction and structured cultural enrichment experiences designed to promote rapid language gains. The successful candidate will conduct an internship with the CLS Program team during Winter and Spring…

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NEREC Young Fellows Program – South Korea

As Korea’s sole university organization on nonproliferation research and training, KAIST NEREC is an academic think tank to undertake education and research to foster international nuclear non-proliferation conducive to peaceful use of nuclear technology. The Center has three objectives: (1) to train and nurture non-proliferation human resources, (2) to conduct non-proliferation policy research combining technical expertise and policy insights, and (3) to engage in discussions on the peaceful use of nuclear technology and various aspects of nuclear non-proliferation. Purpose: To train and nurture next-generation international leaders in nuclear nonproliferation and…

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Paid Political Campaign Fellowship Summer 2018

Entry-level positions in politics are often low- or non-paying and otherwise hard to access. This means it can be near-impossible to afford the jobs which lead to more lucrative careers in political campaigning, and this financial barrier prohibits a huge portion of students from participating in electoral politics. Students for a New American Politics offers the fix: we provide fellowships for students to work on progressive congressional campaigns. SNAP recruits and chooses outstanding people from across the country to work as Field Organizers on competitive races during the summer, and…

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DHS Secretary’s Honors Program Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is pleased to announce the launch of the spring/summer 2018 Secretary’s Honors Program Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative for current undergraduate and graduate college students. This program is a part of the Department’s efforts to build a cybersecurity talent pipeline by working with secondary, post-secondary institutions and other key partners in academia and the private sector. Through the Secretary’s Honors Program Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative, students are able to learn about the DHS cybersecurity mission by completing hands-on cybersecurity work and building technical experience in key…

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UROP Call for Applications

Please let your faculty know that we have some funding available to support the granting of materials and supplies to faculty (~10) who are mentoring undergraduate research students this summer. Grant application details and online submission form are found here on our website.  The deadline to submit is Friday, February 23. Faculty members who will be mentoring Georgia Tech undergraduate student researchers during the summer semester are eligible to apply for materials, supplies, or travel funding to support undergraduates working on research projects under their mentorship. Up to $1,000 can be requested from…

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Foreign Policy Association Centennial Challenge

If you’re a student, you’re invited to submit either an essay or video on the topic: What is America’s Biggest Challenge in the World? Maximum essay length: 750 words / Maximum video length: 5 minutes Winners in each medium will be chosen by an expert panel of educators and designers of student outreach programs. Criteria for judging: • Creative personal engagement with the Centennial Challenge topic • Compelling demonstration of the position you take • Breadth and depth of the vision you present Prizes: 1st prize: $1,500 and expenses for…

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