22nd Transatlantic Policy Symposium: Call for Papers

22nd Transatlantic Policy Symposium Friday, February 9, 2018 Washington, DC CALL FOR PAPERS Twilight of the West: Does the Waning of America’s Global Leadership Spell the Weakening Of the Transatlantic Partnership? Internal and external forces in Europe and the United States are reshaping the transatlantic relationship, which presents a variety of challenges and opportunities. Analyzing these trends is crucial to understanding and shaping the transatlantic relationship moving forward. The 2018 Transatlantic Policy Symposium (TAPS) at Georgetown University will bring together established experts with the next generation of transatlantic leaders to discuss…

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Public Policy and Leadership Conference, Harvard Kennedy School

Are you an undergraduate student in your first or second year? Are you passionate about public service and being a voice for your community? Are you committed to changing the world? If so, consider applying to our annual Public Policy and Leadership Conference (PPLC). Harvard Kennedy School hosts the PPLC every February to inspire talented and driven first- and second-year undergraduate students like you to pursue careers in public policy and become future leaders in: Federal, state or local governments Nongovernmental organizations Nonprofits Intergovernmental organizations International institutions Social enterprises At…

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Atlantic Expedition Fellowship on German-American Relations

Fellowship opportunity: Help modernize transatlantic relations while traveling to Chicago, Houston and Berlin! http://atlantic-expedition.org The Atlantische Initiative has launched the “Atlantic Expedition”, a fellowship designed to bring together the leaders of tomorrow and to revive interest in the transatlantic partnership, by better harnessing the diversity of backgrounds, and therefore perspectives, that exists across the Atlantic today. Participants in this program don’t have to be experts in German-American relations! We consider fresh perspectives and new ideas as crucial to reversing the trend of declining enthusiasm for the partnership. Transatlantic matters affect…

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Programs Intern, CityNet – Seoul, Korea

CityNet offers the opportunity to work in a variety of fields depending on the position. CityNet has diverse work topics which mean that interns usually can connect and learn with areas they are interested in of the organization. While we are looking for individuals who have focused experience and skills, interns will be expected to take part in a variety of tasks. Interns typically work 30-40 hours per week, providing research and administrative support to CityNet’s current projects and day-to-day office functions, depending on program needs and the intern’s availability.…

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PPIA Summer Conferences, DC and Denver

PPIA has announced summer fellowships and conferences for undergraduate students who may be interested in pursuing a career in Public Service.  The Washington DC programs are intended for students in the D.C. area this summer, and the Denver program is a regional program that will consider students in the surrounding states. 2017 SUMMER CONFERENCE HOSTS Technology and Societal Change: What Leaders of Tomorrow Need to Know Today Heinz College of Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University – Washington DC July 21 – 23, 2017   Reaching For the…

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ISPD-USA Launch & Reception – FREE for Students

About ISPD The ISPD Protocol & Diplomacy is Europe’s leading academic institution solely dedicated to studies in these fields. We combine the fields of protocol, diplomacy and cross cultural relations in order to bring students and participants a unique range of study programmes designed and developed by academics from a multi-cultural perspective. ISPD is an organisation born out of the need for an academic institution that prepares and certifies professionals in the field of international procedures and relations.   In addition, we have taken all of our programmes a step…

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World Trade Day May 2nd

The World Trade Center Atlanta is hosting their first annual World Trade Day on May 2nd. This is a fantastic opportunity for INTA students to attend an event here in Atlanta that will be attended by prominent business professionals and international agencies from Atlanta, as well as professionals from Washington D.C.  There will be several informational lectures on various topics regarding international trade, interactive round tables that they can be involved in, and numerous networking opportunities. Best of all, their tickets will be sponsored by the Sam Nunn school and…

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Upcoming Deadline: Carnegie Council Student Research Conference Call for Abstracts

This is a fresh reminder about the Carnegie Council’s third Student Research Conference. There are a limited number of presentation slots available. In order to select the presentations, all interested candidates should submit an abstract of no more than 500 words. The deadline to submit an abstract submission is next Thursday, Wednesday, March 30th.  This conference will be held on Wednesday, May 3rd from 12:00-2:30pm. Lunch will be served during a networking session, followed by presentations of original research by students from universities across the NYC metro area. Audience members will…

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Judson Women’s Leadership Conference 2017

“The 2017 Judson Women’s Leadership Conference is a full day conference designed to create a great learning environment to share and analyze the unique strengths, challenges, and opportunities facing women. Participants will discover powerful strategies to move their leadership forward as they interact with peers and deepen understandings of the practices of successful women. There will be unique opportunities for networking, mentoring, and leadership development between attendees and the C-level executives, best selling authors, and successful leaders who will be a part of this year’s event. Representative & House minority…

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Smithsonian People, Passion, Purpose in Atlanta

Dr. G. Wayne Clough, Secretary Emeritus of the Smithsonian Institution, invites you to attend the Smithsonian’s event People, Passion, Purpose in Atlanta for an exclusive evening with the Smithsonian’s brightest minds. When: Tuesday, April 18, Reception at 6pm & Program at 7pm Where: Atlanta History Center RSVP: smithsoniancampaign.org/inyourcity or contact campaignRSVP@si.edu or (202)633-5250.

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