Schwarzman Scholars Information Session

Schwarzman Scholars Information Session presented by Admissions Outreach and Selection Officer, Arlie Slonim March 6 Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, GA, USA) – 12:00pm, Bill Moore Student Success Center: Press Room A. Register here SCHWARZMAN SCHOLARS OVERVIEW Schwarzman Scholars is a highly-selective, fully-funded scholarship program, based at the distinguished Tsinghua University in Beijing. The program was designed to ensure that the next generation of leaders can effectively serve as bridges between China and the rest of the world. We aim to achieve this by (1) recruiting promising young leaders; (2) educating them about China’s…

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2019 Next Generation Gender, Peace, and Security Symposium, Women in International Security

Women In International Security (WIIS) is pleased to open applications for the 2019 Next Generation Gender, Peace and Security (GPS) Symposium. The Next Generation GPS Symposium will convene an international cohort of 20-24 graduate students and young professionals for an intensive 5-day program examining international security challenges from a GPS perspective. The symposium is scheduled to take place November 10-15, 2019 in Washington, D.C. The 2019 Next Gen Symposium is a part of a larger WIIS initiative to bridge existing divides between the traditional security community and the Women, Peace and Security (WPS)…

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From Refugee to Pop Star: Screening & Panel Discussion of Matangi/Maya/MIA

Description Join us for a screening and panel discuss of the documentary Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. in celebration of International Women’s Day! ——- MATANGI/MAYA/M.I.A. Drawn from a cache of personal video recordings from the past 22 years, director Steve Loveridge’s Sundance award winning MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A. is a startlingly personal profile of the critically acclaimed artist, chronicling her remarkable journey from refugee immigrant to pop star. She began as Matangi. Daughter of the founder of Sri Lanka’s armed Tamil resistance, she hid from the government in the face of a vicious and…

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Nancy Hale Fellow, National Security Program, Third Way – Washington, DC

Third Way’s National Security Program is seeking a fellow to join a dynamic team that is providing elected officials, policy makers, and candidates with a foundation to address many critical security topics. The program crafts tough and smart security agendas with a focus on global hotspots, national security law, budgets, and public opinion. The team identifies pragmatic solutions for high-profile national security problems that have complex politics, with a focus on legislation. This position will be filled by a hard-working, self-motivated individual who is interested in learning more about how…

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GlobalGiving Fellows Program, Various Departments – Washington, DC

The GlobalGiving Fellows Program offers young professionals the opportunity to learn how a thriving international NGO operates. As a fellow, you will get hands-on, practical experience and opportunities to explore the field of international development. The program is a highly selective, full-time service year that will challenge and inspire you, but also require hard work and dedication. You will have the opportunity to explore various areas that interest you, so you can capitalize on your experience. You’ll be a vital contributor to our team, not getting coffee or filing papers…

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Carter Center Graduate Assistantships

The Carter Center Graduate Assistantship Program offers a limited number of funded opportunities for currently enrolled master’s degree and doctoral students. Graduate assistants must make a 9-12 month, 20-hours-per-week commitment and will receive compensation of $14/hour. Please note that these opportunities are based in Atlanta. Qualifications: In order to be eligible for an assistantship, applicants must be enrolled in a graduate or doctoral program throughout the duration of the assistantship. At the start of the assistantship, qualified applicants must have completed a minimum of two semesters of their academic coursework in a…

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Internship Program, House Committee on Foreign Affairs – Washington, DC

The House Foreign Affairs Committee Majority Staff will begin evaluating applications for Summer 2019. The deadline for applications is March 1st, 2019. Description: Interns will be responsible for providing staff members with policy and administrative support. Duties may include answering phones, compiling press clips, attending staff briefings, performing legislative and policy research, drafting memoranda and other written materials, and a variety of other tasks. Candidates should be team-oriented, resourceful, upbeat people who have skills beyond research and require little supervision. This internship is open to undergraduates (rising seniors and above),…

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Asia Bridge Fellowship

The Asia Bridge Fellowship offers a special opportunity for recent college graduates to work and learn under the auspices of the Asia Society, one of the leading and most respected global organizations covering the Asia Pacific region. The Fellowship covers an eight-month period, beginning in September 2019 with orientation at the Society’s global headquarters in New York, to develop an understanding of Asia Society’s history and current work. The Fellowship continues with time spent working on Asia Society global initiatives, including work in Asia itself. Some of this time will…

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