All Majors Career Fair Spring 2021

Register for the bi-anual All-Majors Career Fair, host by the Georgia Tech Career Center. The career fair will be hosted virtually on January 25th and 26th from 12:00pm – 6:00pm. There is a career fair preperation workshop on January 19, 2021 at 12:00pm. To register for the workshop, click here. To view other career center workshops, click here. If you are in need of professional attire, rent one from the campus closet. The campus closet is free to all Georgia Tech students, and multiple size and color options are available. For…

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SUMMER 2021 Young Professionals in Foreign Policy Y7 & Y20 Summits

*APPROACHING DEADLINE* The Young Professionals in Foreign Policy Fellowship is seeking delegates from the United States to attend the Y7 & Y20 Youth Summits. Both summits are week-long events that bring together young leaders from G7 and G20 countries, respectively, to debate global challenges and to develop policy solutions. See this previous blog post for more information on the fellowship and becoming a member. For more information on how to obtain a free year of membership, see this PDF. Y7 Summit | Deadline January 17th, 2021 11:59pm EST Hosted by…

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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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Call for Student Papers: Journal of Public and International Affairs | Submit by January 1

Submissions for the 2021 edition of the Journal of Public and International Affairs are now open!  The Journal of Public and International Affairs, now entering its 32nd year, is an academic journal where graduate students from APSIA schools publish policy papers and articles on U.S. domestic policy, international relations, development studies, and economic policy.  This year, JPIA is giving special consideration to submissions that analyze issues through a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) framework. Authors may choose to center social inequalities, race and representation, sexual orientation and gender identity, or another DEI-related…

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Illuminate Tech | Nominate by November 6

Illuminate Tech is a series of inspirational talks featuring speakers from a diverse range of communities, sharing their journey with the Georgia Tech students. These talks are envisioned to inspire, motivate, instill hope and transform the Tech community, while promoting awareness about the struggles and hard work of the speaker’s personal or professional life. More than ever now is the time we all need some inspiration, some good news and to do our bit, SGA will be hosting a (virtual) Illuminate Tech session 2020-2021. This event cannot be a success…

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Virtual International Crisis War Game | November 14

In partnership with the U.S. Naval War College (NWC) and the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, the Georgetown University Wargaming Society (GUWS) will be hosting their International Crisis War Game, which provides insights into the relationship between new technologies, domestic politics, conventional military capabilities, and nuclear threats. You do not need to have any prior wargaming experience or subject matter expertise to take participate: the game is aimed at generalists (like many political leaders), but those with deeper knowledge will also find this wargame interesting. Due to COVID restrictions, this…

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Call for Papers: Georgetown Transatlantic Policy Symposium (TAPS) | Apply by November 15

Georgetown is pleased to share the call for papers for the 2020 Transatlantic Policy Symposium (TAPS). TAPS is an annual student-run conference that brings together academics, students, and professionals from around the world to discuss pressing issues at the heart of the transatlantic relationship. This year’s theme is titled “Building Better Partnerships: Transatlantic Cooperation with the Developing World.” It promises to be an exciting intellectual discussion! The 2021 Transatlantic Policy Symposium asks you to analyze the challenges and opportunities facing the United States, Europe, and countries in the developing world. What specific…

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Youth Ambassador, US Pavillion Global Expo

Global Ties U.S. is accepting applications for Youth Ambassadors (U.S. citizens ages 18-29) to serve as guides and cultural ambassadors at the U.S. Pavilion. These energetic, friendly individuals will serve as the Faces of the United States to millions of Expo visitors, providing a human connection to the United States and its territories and reflecting its geographic and cultural diversity.  Youth Ambassadors can expect to have daily encounters with international visitors who may speak one or several languages. The ideal Youth Ambassador is multilingual in English and one of the following languages: Arabic, Mandarin, Farsi, Hindi, Russian, and Urdu.…

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Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge | October 30-31 | Register by October 9

The Digital and Cyber Group at the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) is hosting the fifth annual and first fully virtual NYC Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge on October 30 and 31, 2020. Started and co-hosted by the Atlantic Council, the Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge is a competition designed to provide students across academic disciplines with a deeper understanding of the policy challenges associated with cyber crisis and conflict through a simulation exercise. Part competitive scenario, part interactive learning experience, Cyber 9/12 is an opportunity for students…

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