Intern, Eurasia Program, Open Society Foundations – London

Intern, Eurasia Program. London. Deadline: 06/11/2019 The Eurasia Program works to deepen civil society, uphold human rights, and maintain space for independent debate and discussion in Eastern Europe (Moldova, Ukraine), the South Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia) and Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan). The program is advanced through grantmaking, advocacy and research, regional initiatives, and close engagement with local Open Society foundations. We believe that a vital civil society is fundamental to the promotion of democratic governance and government accountability. Internship profile The Eurasia Program is seeking current students…

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International Migration Research Internship, MPI – Washington, DC

An independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank based in Washington, DC, Migration Policy Institute (MPI) provides analysis, development, and evaluation of migration and refugee policies at local, national, and international levels. It aims to meet the demand for pragmatic and thoughtful responses to the challenges and opportunities that large-scale migration, whether voluntary or forced, presents to communities and institutions in an increasingly integrated world. MPI seeks current college seniors and advanced-degree students as well as college graduates for full- and part-time research internships. International Migration: Comparative analysis of immigration and integration…

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Research Intern, Energy and National Security, CSIS – Washington, DC

The CSIS Energy and National Security Program (ENS) provides strategic insights and policy solutions for the energy sector. Our approach seeks to explain the intersection of policy, markets, and technologies. Our expertise ranges from energy security to development to climate change. ENS regularly collaborates with leaders in industry, government, academia, and nonprofits to bridge divides and find creative, smart, and impactful solutions to contemporary and future energy issues. As a diverse team, we value different perspectives in our work. We encourage individuals from all backgrounds to apply. Experience or specific…

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CyberCorps Scholarship for Service

The federal CyberCorps® Scholarship for Service (SFS) program provides tuition and a stipend to students in exchange for commitments to serve the U.S. Government in a cybersecurity role after graduation. CyberCorps® is open to students who are enrolled in the Computer Science, the Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Public Policy or International Affairs departments at Georgia Tech and who demonstrate strong interest in the field of cybersecurity. Scholarship recipients receive internship opportunities prior to graduation, professional development, and employment placement assistance. Upon graduation, recipients work in a position related to…

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State Department/START Internship – Fall 2019

START is excited to be able to offer a limited number of highly selective intern positions to students interested in working on projects for the U.S. State Department using START data (such as the GTD) and other open sources. Students will be tasked with developing materials that create a realistic scenario based on extensive research on history, geopolitical situations, and internal religious or ethnic cleavages in a region in support the Bureau of Counterterrorism training efforts. This internship will be co-supervised by START on-site staff at the University of Maryland and by project leads…

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START Internships Fall 2019 – College Park, MD

START offers unpaid internships year round on a variety of research projects and teams. During the course of their internship, participants are exposed to the most up-to-date theories, methods and information related to the study of terrorism. They are versed in the critical questions tackled by homeland security practitioners, policy makers and researchers, and are mentored in a professional environment geared toward student success. The program is designed to prepare the next generation of homeland security scholars and practitioners through real-world research experience. START’s internship program is open to undergraduate…

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Foreign Policy Internship, Human Rights First – Washington, DC

Research human rights situation overseas in particular countries of significance to US foreign policy. (Particular countries likely to include Poland, other Eastern European countries, countries of the former Soviet Union). Develop recommendations regarding ways US officials can communicate the importance of human rights and civil society support to foreign governments and to the public in foreign countries. Conduct research and develop recommendations on making links between lessons learned domestically in the US (for example, related to the use of torture and US criminal justice policy, or the need for narrowly-tailored…

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NEW Grade Substitution Policy – Effective Summer 2019

The Academic Senate has voted to approve changes to the Grade Substitution policy.  Note that now all Tech students (those who matriculated as first-time first-years as well as transfer students) will be able to use Grade Substitution, and that it is not limited to courses taken in the first two academic terms of enrollment (so we will no longer use the phrase “freshman forgiveness”).  The policy is not retroactive.  Students—all students—who take courses in Summer 2019 and onward and who earn grades of D or F may repeat them and…

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Federal Defender Program, Summer 2019 Internship

Federal Defender Program: Capital Habeas Unit Summer 2019 Summer Internship 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. For the summer of 2019,we have unpaid undergraduate intern positions open to students available to work on a volunteer basis. Undergraduate Interns will work primarily in the Capital Habeas Unit, which represents death-sentenced clients during the habeas corpus component of their appeals. Students will work…

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