Summer 2022: Nunn School Grants for Unpaid Internships and Professional Development – APPLY NOW

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is providing a fixed number of grants up to $1000 to support students participating in unpaid internships or attending academic seminars and conferences/workshops during the summer 2022 semester. Unpaid is defined as not receiving a salary or stipend from the employer. Remote/Virtual internships and conferences/workshops are eligible. Eligibility: You must be an enrolled INTA, IAML, EIA, MSIA, MSISEC, MSIAST, or DRIAST student at the time of application and during the summer 2022 semester. The deadline to complete the online application for the Summer 2022 Semester…

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2022 Ivan Allen Jr. Legacy Awards

The Ivan Allen Jr. Legacy Awards honor faculty and students whose lives and work embody the spirit of Georgia Tech alumnus Ivan Allen Jr. (Commerce 1934). As stewards of Mayor Allen’s legacy, the College champions research, teaching, and service that encompass Mayor Allen’s visionary urban policies and his values of social courage, social justice, and ethical action. Recipients are selected from nominees considered by the Legacy Awards Committee led by the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies. Student nominees should demonstrate evidence of leadership, engagement, and academic achievement. Nominations may be made…

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APPLY NOW: Nunn School Grants for Unpaid Internships and Professional Development – Spring 2022

Do you have an unpaid spring internship or an academic seminar or conference you are attending? Do you need financial support to defray costs related to accepting unpaid internships or conference registration this spring? The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is providing a fixed number of grants up to $1,000 to support students participating in unpaid spring semester internships or attending academic seminars and conferences. You must be an enrolled INTA, IAML, EIA, MSIA, MSISEC, MSIAST, or DRIAST student at the time of application and during the spring 2022…

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2021 BS/MS Fellowships | Apply by November 19, 2021

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is pleased to offer up to three fellowships of $2,500 each to INTA, IAML or EIA seniors who enroll in their respective five-year BS/MS INTA programs.  The applicants will have to be admitted into a five-year program and to register for INTA6202 and/or INTA 6302 in Spring 2021.  The fellowships will be disbursed to the awardees after the Spring 2022 Withdrawal Date (March 18, 2022) provided they remain enrolled in either course.  Applications are due November 19, 2021. Please submit a copy of your CV…

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Black Girl 44 Scholarships for Summer 2021 Internships

The Black Girl 44 Scholarship was created by former Obama White House alum Deesha Dyer to encourage the pursuit of internships in politics and public service. Thanks to generous contributors from across the Obama administration, this private and independent initiative will award ten $1,000 scholarships to Black/African-American undergraduate women who have earned an internship in politics or public service across the nation for Summer 2021. SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS Must be a Black/African-American woman enrolled in an accredited college/university (which includes but is not limited to undergraduate four-year programs, community colleges, vocational…

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Marshall Scholars Panel | March 18

JUNIORS and SENIORS – Learn about the Marshall Scholarship from current Marshall scholars and alums!! Marshall Scholars Panel Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM https://bluejeans.com/2610797883/ The Marshall Scholarship provides full funding for one- and two-year Master’s degrees at any university in the U.K.This is an exceptional opportunity to hear from Marshall Scholars and Marshall Alums (some in STEM fields!) about their experiences in the UK. This panel will help to demystify the Marshall Scholarship experience. You will hear about: what kinds of people become Marshall Scholars…

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Grants for Unpaid Internships and Professional Development – Spring 2021

NUNN SCHOOL GRANTS for Unpaid Internships and Professional Development Conferences/Workshops – due Monday, November 30, 2020 Do you have an unpaid spring internship or an academic seminar or conference you are attending? Do you need financial support to defray costs related to accepting unpaid internships or conference registration this spring?   The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is providing a fixed number of grants to support students participating in unpaid spring semester internships or attending academic seminars and conferences. Prior grant award amounts have ranged from $500 to $2000.…

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BS/MS Fellowships | Apply by Nov 15, 2020

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is pleased to offer up to three fellowships of $2,500 each to INTA, IAML or EIA seniors who enroll in their respective five-year BS/MS INTA programs.  The applicants will have to be admitted into a five-year program and to register for INTA6202 and/or INTA 6302 in Spring 2021.  The fellowships will be disbursed to the awardees after the Spring 2021 Withdrawal Date (March 17, 2021) provided they remain enrolled in either course.  The students wishing to apply should email a copy of their…

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NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program – Virtual Recruiting Event

Join the NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program The NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program (NGFP) offers unmatched opportunities for graduate-level students to gain hands-on experience exploring careers across the NNSA enterprise. As part of the U.S. Department of Energy, NNSA is responsible for stewardship of the nation’s nuclear weapons, nuclear nonproliferation, and naval reactor programs. Learn more about NNSA’s exciting missions and opportunities at http://nnsa.energy.gov.   Learn More at the Nunn School Virtual Recruiting Event:September 17 at 11:00am for the NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program Virtual Orientation. Register for this event here. Students should register in…

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Fall 2020 PURA Salary Awards | Apply by May 29!

Salary Awards offer a $1,500 stipend to undergraduate students who are conducting research with a Georgia Tech faculty member or Georgia Tech Research Institute scientist. Both faculty members and students can initiate research projects, but the award proposal must be written by the student, and the student must apply by the established deadline for the semester in which the funds are requested. Funds are competitively awarded. Please read all rules, eligibility requirements, and application procedures below before applying. Rules and Eligibility Applicant must be an undergraduate student in good standing…

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