Max Kempelman Fellowships, Commission on Security an Cooperation – Washington, DC

The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe seeks candidates for its Max KampelmanFellowship program. Named for a longtime U.S. Ambassador to the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Kampelman Fellows represent the next generation of American leaders in security policy, human rights, and strategic communications. Meet our current and former Kampelman Fellows. Kampelman Fellows join a team of world-class experts at an independent, bicameral, bipartisan, inter-branch federal agency. The Helsinki Commission advances American national security and national interests by promoting human rights, military security, and economic cooperation in 57 countries.…

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Middlebury Institute Info Session

TUESDAY, MARCH 26 11 AM – 12 PM HABERSHAM G-17 Devin Lueddeke, a representative from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, a graduate school of Middlebury College, will be visiting to discuss the graduate opportunities in International security (nonproliferation, counterterrorism, cyber security), Environmental Policy, International Development, and Linguistics that are offered at the Middlebury Institute. He will also have some information about future internship opportunities at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. PIZZA WILL BE PROVIDED! RSVP at https://goo.gl/forms/8C9bIkXp0m2wfdk72

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Nancy Hale Fellow, National Security Program, Third Way – Washington, DC

Third Way’s National Security Program is seeking a fellow to join a dynamic team that is providing elected officials, policy makers, and candidates with a foundation to address many critical security topics. The program crafts tough and smart security agendas with a focus on global hotspots, national security law, budgets, and public opinion. The team identifies pragmatic solutions for high-profile national security problems that have complex politics, with a focus on legislation. This position will be filled by a hard-working, self-motivated individual who is interested in learning more about how…

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GlobalGiving Fellows Program, Various Departments – Washington, DC

The GlobalGiving Fellows Program offers young professionals the opportunity to learn how a thriving international NGO operates. As a fellow, you will get hands-on, practical experience and opportunities to explore the field of international development. The program is a highly selective, full-time service year that will challenge and inspire you, but also require hard work and dedication. You will have the opportunity to explore various areas that interest you, so you can capitalize on your experience. You’ll be a vital contributor to our team, not getting coffee or filing papers…

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Asia Bridge Fellowship

The Asia Bridge Fellowship offers a special opportunity for recent college graduates to work and learn under the auspices of the Asia Society, one of the leading and most respected global organizations covering the Asia Pacific region. The Fellowship covers an eight-month period, beginning in September 2019 with orientation at the Society’s global headquarters in New York, to develop an understanding of Asia Society’s history and current work. The Fellowship continues with time spent working on Asia Society global initiatives, including work in Asia itself. Some of this time will…

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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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Women in International Trade Charitable Trust Scholarship

WIIT Scholarship Information and Application. The Trust manages an active Scholarship program to support graduate and undergraduate women studying International Trade who show promise as Future Global Leaders. This merit-based scholarship is awarded twice per year and is intended to encourage women to pursue their interests in International Trade and Global Development. Deadlines: April 1, October 1 Awards: May 15, November 15 Eligibility: Applicants must identify as female and be currently enrolled at an accredited U.S. university or college, either full-time or part-time. Applicants must be Juniors or Seniors in…

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Prestigious Fellowships Information Sessions – Feb 19 & 20

Prestigious Fellowships invites high achieving students of all majors to two upcoming information sessions: Join us to learn more about the Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program, which fully funds a graduate or professional degree at Stanford! The Dean of Admissions for the Knight-Hennessy will be our special guest to lead the session and answer your questions about the program.  GT Fellowships Advising will also explain how we can help you prepare your application. Knight-Hennessy Information Session Tuesday, February 19 7:30-8:30 pm Student Center Theater UK and Ireland Fellowships Info Session The Rhodes, Marshall,…

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Rotary Global Grant Scholarships

Rotary offers prestigious international scholarships of $30,000 for graduate students pursuing careers in fields that support: Peace and conflict prevention/resolution Disease prevention and treatment Water and sanitation Maternal and child health Basic education and literacy Economic and community development Applicant Eligibility: Proficient in language course of study is instructed in Program of study at the graduate level Willing to live in immediate vicinity of study institution Willing to participate with a host Rotary Club and Rotary District Will participate in required pre-departure (2020) Scholar Orientation Forum in Atlanta Date TBD…

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Regional Security Studies Intern Program and Inouye Fellowship

The Summer window for Inouye Fellowships is March 15- April 15! The Regional Security Studies Intern Program (RSSIP) puts capable, motivated students and recent grads at the heart of the work of DKI APCSS. Interns assist professors in our suite of in-residence courses, perform research on pressing regional issues and interact with security practitioners from across the Asia-Pacific region. Applicants should have an academic background in international relations, political science, economics, or other fields related to foreign affairs, as well as an interest in Asia-Pacific security challenges and issues. The…

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