German American Chamber of Commerce World Cup Event

The German American Chamber of Commerce is hosting an event next week for the Germany vs. South Korea game on Wednesday, June 27th, at 9:30am. Nunn School students are invited to attend the free event at the GACC, which will include a German style brunch and an opportunity to network. Interested students should email rhadba@gaccsouth.com with their name, email, and GT affiliation to RSVP. More info: http://www.gaccsouth.com/en/events/singleview/events/germany-vs-south-korea-world-cup-viewing-party/?cHash=f2e78035bf654e3fd3a0c1103f6ecd1c

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Office of Science & Technology Internship, Consulate General of France – Atlanta, GA

Description of Position: Support for the organization to the event “France-Atlanta” Created in 2010 by the French Consulate General and the Georgia Institute of Technology, “France-Atlanta” is a series of events centered on innovation and designed to foster cooperation between France and the U.S. Southeast in the scientific, business, cultural, and humanitarian domains. The high-end programs, events, and workshops that have been scheduled each year has significantly increased the visibility of French- American relations in the U.S. Southeast. The internship will assist the Attaché for Sciences to the organization of…

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GT Lorraine Courses for Nunn School Students

If you’re studying abroad at GTL for the Fall 2018 or Spring 2019 semesters and you aren’t sure what classes you should take to fulfill your degree requirements, use this guide of sample courses and recommendations to help you make the most of your study abroad experience! Applications are now open for the Spring 2019 semester at http://lorraine.gatech.edu/apply.  

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Policy Analyst Internship, Inline Policy – Brussels, Belgium

Are you passionate about policy and politics? Do you have an entrepreneurial mind-set and a desire to be part of a developing business? Are you at ease with new technology and digital innovations? And do you fancy explaining the intricacies of Brexit, EU decision making and the changing nature of worker classification to those less familiar with the big developments of our times? Come and join us at Inline Policy, a pioneering political consultancy and policy advisory firm that offers comprehensive political and regulatory advice to fast-growing and innovative companies.…

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Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship Program Now Accepting Applications

The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Program is now accepting applications for the 2019 Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship Program at www.rangelprogram.org! The Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship Program is now accepting applications for the 2019 Fellowship. The Rangel Graduate Fellowship is a U.S. Department of State program, administered by Howard University, that seeks to attract and prepare outstanding young people for careers as Foreign Service Officers in the U.S. Department of State. Candidates must be graduating seniors or college graduates with strong academic records and a desire to promote…

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Paid Internships, International Foundation for Electoral Systems – Arlington, VA

The IFES internship program is designed to engage recent or current graduate and undergraduate students with a degree in international development, international relations, economics, communications or a related field. The program offers students an insider’s view of the realm of international development. Students who participate in this program will develop essential skills that are not attained in the academic world, enabling them to make the transition from academic to professional life. The Intern will work to support the Asia, Africa, or MENA programs team. Job Responsibilities: The Paid Intern will…

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Cyber, Space and Future Conflict Programme Internship, International Institute for Strategic Studies – Washington, DC

The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) is seeking a volunteer graduate intern for Fall 2018 to work 15–20 hours per week in support of the IISS Cyber, Space and Future Conflict Programme in Washington, DC. Successful candidates will have the following qualifications: Be currently enrolled in a graduate programme studying foreign relations, international law, military affairs, cyber security, computer science, or a related field. Preference will be given to students focusing on issues in the Cyber, Space and Future Conflict portfolio, including emerging technology and critical infrastructure protection. Have at least a…

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Public Policy Fellow, Twitter – Singapore

Twitter is a world-wide communications platform that is changing how people interact and communicate at home and at work. The Twitter @Policy team focuses on public policy issues posed by the continuing spread of digital technology and web-based communications services around the world. These issues range from freedom of expression, online safety, intellectual property, copyright, privacy, and Internet freedom. The @Policy team also manages and directs Twitter’s corporate social responsibility work in the markets we serve. Our #TwitterforGood efforts involve working directly with NGOs active in the areas of digital inclusion, freedom of…

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Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum Now Accepting Applications

The Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum (SURF) is now accepting applications for its 2018-19 program and would like to invite students from Georgia Tech to apply. SURF is a platform for Russian and American university students to address the most pressing issues our nations face today. In the fall, participants attend a week-long conference in Russia, conduct collaborative research in working groups over the academic year, and ultimately present their work at a capstone conference at Stanford University and Washington D.C. in the spring. The working group format fosters consensus-building and leverages…

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Careers in Diplomacy – State Department Info Session – Washington, DC

Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2018 Time: 5-30pm-7-00pm Location: Elliott School 1957 E Street, NW, Washington, DC, Lindner Family Commons, Room 602 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ America’s diplomats are selected every year from the approximately 15,000 people who take The Foreign Service Officer Test (FSOT). The FSOT is offered three times a year, and is open to American citizens between the ages of 20 and 59 from any educational or professional background. It is free. The FSOT is held in October, February, and June. You can register at careers.state.gov. But becoming a diplomat is not…

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