2020 Paid Internships, Council on Foreign Relations (New York, NY or Washington, DC)

Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) interns are recruited year-round on a semester basis for positions in CFR’s New York and Washington, DC, offices. An intern’s duties generally consist of research, editing and writing, event coordination, and/or departmental support. Internships are offered in Digital Content, the Studies Program, Global Communications, Corporate Program, Washington Program, Meetings Program and many more, including Foreign Affairs. CFR interns participate in CFR’s Intern Professional Development program, which complements their substantive work with a series of skill-based workshops, trainings, and career advice sessions. These events are designed…

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Policy and Advocacy Intern, Win Without War (Washington, DC)

ABOUT THE POSITION The Win Without War network is composed of organizations representing a diverse and inclusive movement to radically shift United States foreign policy away from a violence-first approach. We want our team to include leaders who recognize the communities and movements our policies impact and reflect the diversity of the United States. Communities disproportionately harmed by the militaristic nationalism driving U.S. foreign policy and underrepresented in the broader field of foreign policy – including women, people of color, persons with disabilities, immigrants, refugees, Muslims, veterans, and LGBTQ candidates – are strongly encouraged…

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GT WAN & SWE Fall Campus Closet Clothes Drive – October 30

October 30  | 6pm – 8pm | Bill Moore Student Success Center Please join GT Women Alumnae Network in partnership with the Society of Women Engineers to host a Fall Campus Closet Clothes Drive. All donations go towards helping Georgia Tech students feel comfortable for their next interview or other professional events. HOW TO DONATE: We are happy to receive donations of the following items: unused and lightly-used suits, blouses, shirts, ties, winter coats, jackets, purses, briefcases, and portfolios. Gift cards will also be accepted. Students and alumni may drop…

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Navigating Identities in Global Contexts – October 30

Oct. 30  at 4:30pm in Bill Moore Student Success Center Clary Theater Please join OIE and WorldStrides for a chance to learn about and explore identity in different contexts (for example, exploring how an LGBTQIA, LatinX, Black or African American, etc. student experiences studying or interning abroad). Students who have had previous international experiences and students who are about to study or intern abroad are encouraged to participate.

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Architectonics in Greece and Italy Info Session – October 30

The Architecture Summer Study Program will be holding an information session on October 30, CULC 125, 12:15pm – 1:00 pm The on-site, experiential study offered by the program facilitates an introduction to the humanities that is accessible, and open to students from all majors at Georgia Tech. Each year the program accepts candidates at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Graduate students receive graduate credits for program courses. Contact: Dr. Athanassios Economou, economou@gatech.edu Website: italy.gatech.edu

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European Horizons Meeting – October 30

Are you interested in European Affairs? Are you a fan of debate and policy analysis? Do you like traveling? Then join the GT chapter of European Horizons! Our next meeting is this Wednesday, October 30th, from 6-7PM in Skiles 171. All are welcome to attend! No previous experience required! What is EUH? EUH is the only student-led policy incubator! With over 60 chapters in three different continents, EUH is spread all across the world. Each chapter is welcome to attend official EUH conferences, several of them in Brussels and Chicago. Members are also given the opportunity to submit policy…

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Political Science and History Summer Associate, RAND Corporation (Various Locations)

ABOUT THE POSITION The RAND Corporation’s reputation is built on quality and objectivity. RAND provides an exciting intellectual environment and opportunities for career growth. We hire highly qualified applicants and provide challenging assignments. Diversity is an essential operating principle at RAND. We look for unique backgrounds, original views, and diversity in academic training, work experience, and ideological outlook. We are committed to Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action. RAND’s Summer Associate Program introduces outstanding graduate students conducting national security-related work in political science; history; public policy; public administration; international relations; or…

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Internship, Office of Congressman Doug Collins (Washington, DC)

The Office of Congressman Doug Collins (GA-09) is looking for candidates for an internship in his Washington, D.C. office. We are looking for highly qualified candidates that are motivated, detail-oriented, personable, and have a passion for public service. The ideal candidates will have excellent research and writing abilities, be able to multi-task and interact well with constituents visiting the office and on the phone. Interns will have the opportunity to experience working on Capitol Hill, learn about the legislative process, and attend briefings of interest. Responsibilities include answering the phone,…

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Inside the Industry: Non-profit Organizations – November 6

November 6 | 6pm – 7:30pm | Stephen C. Hall 102 The Center for Career Discovery and Development has planned their second “INSIDE the INDUSTRY” forum for November 6th, from 6 – 7:30 PM in Stephen C. Hall, Room 102.  This program will feature careers with nonprofit organizations.  Representatives from Habitat for Humanity, Georgia Public Broadcasting, Goodwill Industries, Task Force for Global Health and CARE USA will be on hand to share information about nonprofits and the great career options they provide. RSVP via CareerBuzz or email Dennis Lindsay.

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