FALL 2021 Wikimedia Foundation Legal Fellowship

The Wikimedia Foundation is the nonprofit that hosts Wikipedia and other free knowledge projects.  They want to promote the sharing of knowledge in a way that is accessible to as many people as possible, so everyone can make informed decisions. They are seeking a current law student or recent law school graduate who is passionate about free knowledge and open source issues to join their legal fellowship program. Fellows will work directly with a supervising attorney, attending and participating in internal and external meetings, collaborating on projects, receiving feedback and…

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The World Bank Young Professionals Program

The World Bank Group (WBG) Young Professionals Program (YPP) is a two-year leadership development fellowship at the beginning of a five-year employment contract with the World Bank, IFC, or MIGA. YPP participants begin the program in Washington, DC where they will take intensive training courses both on the job and in the classroom. YPs are full-time employees that will have the opportunity to make significant contributions to their respective unit’s work.  In addition to this training, YPs will participate in at least one rotation within their home institution, with some…

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2021 NREI John R. Lewis Social Justice Policy Fellowship Program

NREI John R. Lewis Social Justice Policy Fellowship Program was designed by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Inc. (CBCF) to give young, Black professionals the opportunity to work with Congress to address the social justice and racial equity issues that affect the Black Community. Fellows will work in two six-month rotations and will be placed in Congress with a Congressional Black Caucus member and work in the CBCF’s Center for Policy Analysis and Research. Fellows will have the opportunity to gain invaluable legislative experience through aiding in the development of…

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2021-2022 UNA-USA Youth Observer

The UNA-USA Youth Observer Program is designed to bring youth voices to the UN and elevate their takes on global policy around international issues. One selected American between the ages of 18-25 will spend a year engaging and connecting young people to the work of the United Nations. The Youth Observer will attend UN briefings, organize events, and participate in coalitions to support a strong U.S.-Un Partnership. This role will run from August 2021-July 2022. This role requires 8-10 hours of work per week with occasional travel to New York…

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Columbia Leadership Experience Admission Deferral Fellowship Program

Columbia Law seeks to admit and support self-starting undergraduate students who plan to pursue significant employment opportunities, undertake structured missions, participate in unique educational pursuits, or launch ventures in the public or private spheres prior to entering law school. The deadline to submit a LED program application is June 15, 2021. The deadline to submit standardized test scores is July 1st, 2021. To access the full pdf flyer, click here. For more information and to apply, click here.

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Cessna & Associates Information Technology Industry Council Internship and Fellowship Programs

The Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) advocates for public policies that advance innovation, open markets, and enable the transformational economic, societal, and commercial opportunities that our companies are creating.  Members represent the entire spectrum of technology: from internet companies to hardware and networking equipment manufacturers, to software developers.  Its diverse membership and expert staff provide a broad perspective and intelligent insight in confronting the implications and opportunities of policy activities around the world.  ITI is offering a Fellowship Program with the Policy team, focused on the Americas.  The Policy team manages ITI’s policy engagement…

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APPLY NOW: Nunn School Grants for Unpaid Internships and Professional Development Conferences/Workshops 

Do you have an unpaid summer 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 summer? The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is providing a fixed number of grants up to $1,000 to support students participating in unpaid summer 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 summer 2021…

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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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Summer 2021 Neal Family Research Fellowships

The Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy here at Georgia Tech are offering 2  Neal Family Research Fellowships for the summer of 2021. Each fellowship is worth $5000, and recipients will each complete an independent research project under the supervision of Dr. Alasdair Young.   One recipient will support the core functions of CISTP, including helping to organize events, prepare grant applications, and write reports.  The other recipient will support the Cross-Program Research Initiative on Technological Competition, which will involve organizing meetings, taking notes, and conducting background research. Each will…

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