Millennium Fellowship, Atlanta Council – Atlanta, GA

Millennium Fellowship The Millennium Fellowship is open to rising leaders and innovators around the world committed to achieving transformational change in their communities, countries, and professional fields with a global impact. Fellows will be at the forefront of the Atlantic Council’s work to promote constructive leadership and create a more secure and prosperous world. Through a competitive application process, the Atlantic Council will accept approximately twenty exceptional leaders who are thirty-five years old and under into each new class of Millennium Fellows. The Millennium Fellowship is a two-year program. Throughout the…

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Nuclear Nonproliferation, Safeguards, and Security Course, Brookhaven National Laboratory – Upton, NY

Motivation This summer course is designed to give students a sound understanding of the framework created by the international community to address the threats of nuclear proliferation and nuclear terrorism. The focus is on the central element of this regime, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and its verification mechanism, the IAEA safeguards system. The course presents students with critical assessments of current nonproliferation issues, confronts them with the hard choices needed to address them, and provides in-depth analysis of the technical and legal framework needed to assess policy options. Exercises…

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Gap Year Fellowship, Project Horseshoe Farm – Greensboro, AL

Horseshoe Farm offers an intensive paid 1 year (13 month) community-based gap year service and leadership development Fellowship.  It is geared to top recent college graduates from around the nation interested in community health and education, non-profit and organizational management, social entrepreneurship, and community service leadership. The competitive Fellowship is a unique opportunity for high levels of responsibility and mentored hands on learning in a rapidly growing community based non-profit organization.  Its aim is preparing citizen service leaders needed for tomorrow’s communities. Fellows receive an educational grant of $600/month, free…

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Air Force College Premier Summer Intern Program – Various Locations

The Air Force Civilian Service is pleased to announce the Air Force College Premier Summer Intern Program. Students in their junior year of a full-time baccalaureate program will be able to apply for a full-time paid summer internship lasting 10-12 weeks during the summer session prior to their senior year. Conditions of Employment Please read this Public Notice in its entirety prior to submitting your application for consideration. U.S. Citizenship is required Males must be registered for Selective Service, see www.sss.gov Total salary varies depending on location of position PCS…

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Leveraging Global Experience for Your Career: OIE Workshop

The All Major’s Career Fair happens Jan. 16 & 17! OIE invites you to participate in the Leveraging Global Experience for Your Career workshop to take what you’ve experienced  internationally and apply that to your professional toolkit. We will provide resume and interview resources as well as chance to network with fellow students and time to practice your interview skills with trained professionals. Date: January 15th, 2017 Time: 6:00-7:30pm Location: Savant #308 Please RSVP Here

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Repair the World Fellowship – Various Locations

Repair the World is now in the search for great potential applicants to be Fellows for our 2019-2020 cohort beginning in August.\ The Fellowship is a unique 11-month opportunity for individuals ages 21 – 26 who are passionate about social justice, community engagement, and meaningful service. Fellows will recruit, train, and serve alongside volunteers. Repair the World will provide training, a living stipend, health insurance, communal housing, and other perks. We currently place Fellows in Atlanta, Detroit, Miami, New York (Brooklyn & Harlem), Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia. More information can be found…

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Spring 2019 Remote Internship – APSIA, International Communications and Martketing

Apply by January 11, 2019.   Location: Any location possible; Washington DC preferred Hours: Flexible, minimum three days / week Compensation: $500 stipend per semester What you do for APSIA: •Create website, social media, video, print, and other content to promote APSIA and its events to relevant audiences around the world •Work with the Admissions Manager to publicize APSIA events to target audiences in different locations around the world across all channels •Create student and alumni profiles for APSIA’s website and marketing materials to tell the story of what can be…

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Global Health Corps Fellow, Knowledge Management Officer, Living Goods – Kampala, Uganda

Role Overview Living Goods is scaling up rapidly in Uganda. With growth comes the need to continuously work with the government to achieve the greatest possible impact. We believe that building broader coalitions with Ministry of Health and Partners is a key driver of our sustainability. Our partnership with the Ministry of Health and local communities improves access to quality services and curbs preventable child and maternal deaths. We believe that promoting solutions driven by local communities can enrich the quality of health systems and ultimately move Uganda toward its…

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Peace and Security Funders Group Fellowship Summer 2019 – Washington, DC

PSFG Fellowship Summer 2019 The Peace and Security Funders Group has an undergraduate Fellowship opening for the summer of 2019. This is a 10-week, part-time, paid position. We aim to hire an undergraduate student or early-career candidate with a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and a keen interest in peace, national/international security, and/or philanthropy. To apply for the position listed below, you must be eligible to work in the United States. Please do NOT send your resume and cover letter, but rather, complete this form with your information.…

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