Fall Science and Technology Student Intern, Consulate General of France – Atlanta, GA

Position Title: Internship, Office of Science & Technology Company Name: Consulate General of France Description of Position: Support for the organization to the event “France-Atlanta” Duration: August 15th –  November 15  2017 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…

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Criminal Defense Internship, Federal Defender Program – Atlanta, GA

Internship Opportunity in Criminal Defense Law – Fall 2017 Federal Defender Program The Federal Defender Program, Inc. is a Georgia non-profit organization that provides legal representation to indigent individuals charged with federal crimes in the Northern District of Georgia as well as death-sentenced individuals in federal proceedings. The program is seeking interns for Fall 2017.  These are unpaid positions but an excellent opportunities to become engaged in the community while working within a legal environment.  Undergraduate interns will work primarily in the Capital Habeas Unit, which represents death-sentenced clients during the habeas corpus component of their appeals.…

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World Affairs Council Fall Internship, World Affairs Council of Atlanta – Atlanta, GA

World Affairs Council of Atlanta Internship Overview The World Affairs Council of Atlanta, a non-profit, non-partisan organization affiliated with the Washington, D.C.-based World Affairs Councils of America and Georgia State University, accepts undergraduate and graduate students as research or program interns each academic semester. Interns are instrumental in the Council’s ability to deliver relevant and impactful programs and research that inform and challenge new thinking about global issues. Many interns gain working knowledge of nonprofit management in an international context while having the chance to demonstrate their creativity, versatility, and…

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World Affairs Council Atlanta – Fall 2015 Internships

The World Affairs Council of Atlanta anticipates accepting graduate and undergraduate students as research assistants each academic semester. Many council interns are part of the research team working on the Robinson Country Risk Index (RCRI), the Global Strategic Leadership Forum (GSLF), and additional public programs and roundtables focused on political-economic leadership, country risk, “emerging markets,” corporate social responsibility, and, more broadly, the major global issues of the 21st century. Other council interns are part of the program and membership team working on events and membership operations. WAC Atlanta is interviewing…

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Apply for the Carter Center Graduate Assistantship Program

Educational Programs at The Carter Center are currently offering graduate and/or doctoral students  graduate assistantships available in the field of international relations, focusing on peace and development work, as well as health programs. These funded assistantships are available to current graduate students, who are able to commit 9-12 months at 20-hours of work per week. The applicants should be enrolled as a student throughout the duration of the assistantship. Program areas include: Americas Program China Program Conflict Resolution Program Democracy Program Global Access to Information Program Human Rights Program: Mobilizing…

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Intern Spotlight – Nicolas Orvoine-Couvrette (Spring 2015)

Nicolas Orvoine-­Couvrette is a fourth­-year International Affairs major and Economics minor. His goal to someday work in an embassy in Iberia or Latin America post­graduation has helped shape his studies here at Tech around these two regions. Nicolas spent the past summer interning for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta in Public Affairs, specifically the Community Relations department. His future plans include continuing to work for the Federal Reserve Bank part­time in conjunction with his studies during the Fall semester. In 2012 Nicolas participated in Dr. Bowman’s study abroad program,…

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Internship Spotlight – Gaelle Belhseine (Fall 2012)

Gaelle Belhseine is a senior IAML major, pursuing a minor in Economics, and she has also studied abroad with the French LBAT program. She has been a part of the Georgia Tech Competitive Model United Nations team since her freshman year, and served as the club’s President this past year. Gaelle is also a Resident Advisor (RA) for Georgia Tech Housing and loves the opportunities it gives her to meet new people and plan events. While she hasn’t yet figured out what she wants to pursue post-graduation, she has taken…

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Intern Spotlight – Katie Beall (FALL 2009)

Katie Beall, is a senior INTA major from Macon, GA that has been involved since her freshman year in several campus organizations, including freShGA, and the International Affairs honor society, Sigma Iota Rho.   Katie has also served as a team leader for GT1000 and as a host for Connect With Tech.   We asked her a few questions about her internship with the Governor’s Intern Program in fall 2008, and how her time at Tech helped her succeed in her internship. What did you enjoy most about your internship and what…

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