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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SCPC Fall 2018 Speaker Survey

Who would you like to hear speak this fall? The Student Center Programs Council would like to hear YOUR thoughts and opinions on a speaker to bring to Georgia Tech next semester to make your experience as enjoyable as possible. Please complete this short survey and choose your top three speakers at https://bit.do/speaker2018! The survey will be open until May 3rd! If you have any questions, please feel free to email etc@scpc.gatech.edu.

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Interdisciplinary Skills Career Panel

The IAC careers class is hosting an interesting group of professionals in a panel on using interdisciplinary skills in the workforce. The panel will be held on April 16th at 5:30PM in Stephen Hall 102. Panelists include Rob Schmidt Barracano, Director of Production; Gavin Holmes, Designer and Animator; Lauren Payne, Motion Graphics Designer; and Alex Trachtenberg, Senior Project Manager – Regenerative Places and Spaces at the Southface Energy Institute. RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe4maAN-2JQnA0J08YMWqkSpY61PV3n88zPPk6uxHe1GVOoIg/viewform

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Career Talk – Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance | April 5

Chioma Nwachukwu, BSINTA 2002, will be on campus to speak with students about her work with GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance, a public–private global health partnership committed to increasing access to immunization in poor countries. Currently the Senior Manager, Advocacy and Public Policy at Gavi, Chioma’s career has spanned three continents. She’ll be speaking on the realities of working in the global health, development. and community engagement spheres. Come learn more about internship opportunities with GAVI in Geneva, Switzerland and in Washington, DC. Get her advice on starting your career in…

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CISTP Hosting Visitors from National Intelligence Council

On Tuesday March 13th, the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP) is hosting the Deputy National Intelligence Officer for WMD & Proliferation with the National Intelligence Council, R. Stockton Butler. He, along with Zachary Bernstein, Principal Deputy to the National Intelligence Officer for WMD and Proliferation, will share opportunities in Washington, DC. This meeting will be held in Habersham 136 from 3-4:30pm. Light refreshments will be served! Stockton Butler currently serves as the Deputy National Intelligence Officer for Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and Proliferation within the National Intelligence Council…

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Ideas to Serve Bootcamp

Are you a GT student working on an idea to improve things around you or around the world? The Ideas to Serve Competition Bootcamp is three workshops in one that will help you move your idea forward. Invited speakers will address such topics as; costumer discovery, financial projections and funding search, and polishing your elevator pitch. Lunch provided. The Ideas to Serve Competition is for current Georgia Tech students and recent alumni who have early stage product/service ideas or venture concepts that are geared towards creating a better world through…

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Career Lunch with Rachael Lammers

Please join us next Wednesday, February 21st, for a Career Lunch with Rachael Lammers (MSIA ’07) from 12:15pm-1:30pm in Habersham 136. Rachael has experience in business consulting, defense, security, and international trade. In addition to the Career Lunch, Rachael has offered to meet one-on-one with students who are interested in any of the following career paths: – international trade policy – market stabilization in contingency environments – private sector impact/role in current/post-conflict stabilization – International private security and contingency operations – foreign military sales – JSOC operations transformation (Team of Teams) – organizational…

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Call for Applications – European Student Conference 2018

Applications for the European Student Conference 2018 (ESC 2018) are now open! ESC 2018 is a conference organized by European Horizons that will be held once again at Yale University on March 30th and 31st 2018. The conference will bring together 100 undergraduate and graduate students from universities across the United States, Europe and Asia with distinguished academics and seasoned policy-makers in order to address some of the challenges confronting the European Union. This year, we expect to host representatives from business, politics and diplomacy, as well as several academics from US universities. In the past, ESC hosted dignitaries such as Pascal Lamy, Kristalina…

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The State of US-Transatlantic Relations: A Debate

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs will host the third Brookings Institution foreign policy dialogue at Georgia Tech on the evening of Jan. 31st at the historic Academy of Medicine in Midtown Atlanta. For information on the debate series and previous events, please visit: https://www.brookings.edu/series/americas-changing-role-in-the-world-a-debate/. The topic of the Georgia Tech debate will be, “The State of US-Transatlantic Relations: A Debate,” (this will include Russia) and will be moderated by a senior journalist at Politico. From 6:00-7:00pm the venue will be open for a reception, with the debate beginning…

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