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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National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Summer 2020 Internships

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) delivers world-class geospatial intelligence that provides a decisive advantage to policymakers, warfighters, intelligence professionals and first responders. NGA is a unique combination of intelligence agency and combat support agency. It is the world leader in timely, relevant, accurate and actionable Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT). NGA enables the U.S. intelligence community and the Department of Defense (DOD) to fulfill the President’s national security priorities to protect the nation. NGA also anticipates its partners’ future needs and advances the GEOINT discipline to meet them. NGA is the lead…

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Devex Webinar on Job Hunting in Global Development

In grad school? What to do NOW to get job ready! A Devex University Webinar As a graduate student, it’s never too early to start planning your post-graduation job hunt. Join Devex Executive Vice President, Kate Warren, on Thursday, February 28, at 12 pm EST, for a digital discussion full of strategies on how to nurture your network to get a foot in the door and leverage your internship & volunteer experiences on your upcoming applications. Warren will also walk through a checklist you can start working on now to…

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Pre-Law Institute, Fordham University – New York, NY

July 2 – August 6, 2019 Lincoln Center Get a head start and learn what it takes to succeed in law school by attending Fordham’s Pre-Law Institute. The Pre-Law Institute will expose you to the rigors of law school while you experience the Big Apple. Classes are taught by Fordham Law School faculty, who will introduce the Socratic method of teaching that is common in legal education. Topics include Introduction to the U.S. Legal System, Constitutional Law, Legislation/Regulation, Foundations of Private Law, Criminal Law and Procedure, Civil Procedure and Litigation, Legal…

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Careers in Development Luncheon

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 12:30 – 1:30 PM HABERSHAM G-17 RSVP at https://goo.gl/forms/U8qMBNdgy5c5SslO2 Chat over lunch with Development Diplomat-in-Residence James Watson about his career with USAID and opportunities in international development! More about James Watson: “I began my USAID career in 1989 in Washington, D.C. From 1992-1996, I served in Budapest as USAID/Hungary’s Project Development Officer and Local Government Team Leader. I then spent three years in Washington working in the Europe and Eurasia Bureau where I was the Romania and Turkey Desk Officer, the Deputy Chief of the Civil Society…

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OSCE Junior Professional Officer Programme Webinar

The upcoming OSCE webinar will cover details on an exciting opportunity to start one’s career in international civil service via  the OSCE’s Junior Professional Officer Programme. LIVE on Monday, 25 February 2019 at 11am (CET). During this webinar, current and former JPOs will talk about their backgrounds and experiences during their assignments at the OSCE Secretariat in Vienna, Austria. They will also elaborate on how the programme has contributed to their professional development. We will find out where they will go for their field operations assignment starting in March. A former…

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Recruit. Explore. Connect. Liberal Arts Recruiting Event

WHEN: March 5th, 2019 TIME: 6-8PM 6:00PM-7:00PM – THEMED ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION TABLES WITH EMPLOYERS. 7:00PM-8:00PM – NETWORKING/CAREER FAIR. WHERE: STEPHEN C. HALL BUILDING NOTE: BUSINESS ATTIRE REQUIRED. HARD COPIES OF RESUMES AS WELL. This event is being produced by the C2D2, IAC Student Advisory Board, with the support of the IAC’s Office of Enrollment and Student Affairs. This event is being piloted as a result of a student survey your SAB conducted last year and from the many requests students have made to Academic Advisors. Your participation and support…

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Research Internship, Center for the US and Europe, Brookings Institute – Washington, DC

Overview This external sponsorship/academic focused summer internship, beginning in June 2019, is an opportunity for graduate students or undergraduates in their junior or senior year with an interest in European affairs and transatlantic relations to support scholar research and activity on matters of U.S. policy towards Europe and the foreign policies of European states, and to apply principles and theory learned in the classroom in a professional environment. The internship will focus on a broad range of issues, including transatlantic relations; the future of the European Union; U.S.-U.K.-European relations after…

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