FALL 2021 Atlantic Council Young Global Professionals Program | Global Energy Center

The Atlantic Council Young Global Professional program is an integral part of the Global Energy Center’s operations. Selected candidates will have the opportunity to actively engage with events, projects, and research. This position will expose the candidate to the logistics of event planning, think tank operations, and the publication process. This program is operating remotely. All positions are full-time and paid. The deadline to apply for this opportunity is July 23, 2021. Responsibilities Conduct research to support the activities and projects of the staff. Handle an array of logistical issues…

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Atlantic Council Presents: BP Statistical Review of World Energy

Atlantic Council Global Energy Center is hosting a conversation with Spencer Dale, bp’s chief economist, to launch the 2021 Statistical Review of World Energy. Dale will discuss the year’s trends in energy supply and consumption, carbon emissions, and the global energy generation mix. This event will take place virtually on Monday, July 12, 2021, from 8:30 am – 9:30 am.   COVID-19 disrupted oil markets, led to significant changes in patterns of electricity use, and heightened ambitions to decarbonize the global energy system. As governments and corporations across the world…

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PPIA Public Service Weekend 2021: A Virtual Conference |

The Evans School is excited to partner with Public Policy & International Affairs Program (PPIA) to host a virtual Public Service Weekend (PSW) for undergraduate students in August 2021.  We will draw upon lessons from recent Seattle events to understand the impact of policy in people’s lives and the many ways in which community-led advocacy and activism advances policy change at the local, state, and regional levels. Selected participants will attend at no cost. The conference will take place entirely virtually over the course of two weeks. The required live sessions…

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2021-2022 Carnegie-Tsinghua Center Global Internship Program

The Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy is seeking highly qualified and motivated students and recent graduates to apply for its academic-year Global Intern Program. Selected interns will have the opportunity to learn about key foreign policy issues by interacting with and supporting senior Chinese and international scholars and experts and supporting the center’s activities and operations. Interns will have the chance to become a critical part of a unique think tank and work with teams of scholars, policymakers, and business leaders, forming connections to build their professional networks.  Interns will…

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