Accepting applications now! 2023 CBCF Scholarships and Fellowships

As a reminder, all Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF)’s 2023 Scholarships applications are now open! We encourage you to share the following opportunities with students that demonstrate leadership ability through exemplary community service and academic talent. Learn more about our available scholarships below. Undergraduate Scholarships Ally Financial Public Policy CBCF Congressional Summer Internship Program Pathways to the C-Suite Internship Program Stephen Feinberg Multi-Year Scholarship Program Doctoral/Graduate Studies Scholarships Ally Financial Law Multi-Year Scholarship CBC Spouses Education Scholarship Stephen Feinberg Scholars Scholarship Program Program For more information regarding scholarship qualifications and…

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Marketing and Outreach Fellowship, AMP Global Youth (Spring 2023)

Calling students with an interest in communications and social marketing for a cause. AMP is  recruiting a youth marketing team to draft and launch social, email and video content to promote next summer’s Global Scholar program. The Marketing Team will tackle monthly assignments, including content development, outreach, brand marketing and more, with lots of support and coaching from the AMP team. This is a great way to both support a great program, and get some hard and marketable skills. This is a 4 hour/week position, starting January 2023 (Applications currently…

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Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellow for 2023-2025.

Be a change-maker in the movement to end global hunger: apply now to be a Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellow for 2023-2025. Through placements at host organizations (NGOs and multilateral organizations) Leland Fellows gain professional experience and learn powerful lessons about leadership while promoting food and nutrition security. Through the fellowship’s unique two-placement structure, fellows learn what’s working in international development — what’s not — and how to make the system more effective, efficient, and just. Applications must be received by January 13, 2023. Learn more and read our guide for prospective applications…

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James Gaither Junior Fellows Program

Work for one year as a Research Assistant to a Senior Scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace! The James Gaither Junior Fellows Program invites applicants apply in one of the following areas: Democracy, Conflict, and Governance American Statecraft Nuclear Policy Technology and International Affairs Strong research and writing skills required  International Security and Political Economy (works with the South Asia program) Quantitative data analysis and GIS skills required. Strong mathematical background a plus. A background in international relations theory or international political economy along with an interest in…

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Apply Now for the 2022-23 Van Aacken Awards

Georgia Tech’s Law, Science, and Technology Program is proud to announce an opportunity for current Georgia Tech students to apply for funding to help offset some of the costs of law school admissions. The Van Aacken GT Law Fund was established in memory of Georgia Tech alumnus Troy Van Aacken, an Atlanta attorney, by his family in order to help students cover various costs associated with the process of applying to law school. Current Georgia Tech students are invited to apply as outlined below. Priority is given to third and…

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University of Chicago Deferred MBA Info Session

GT to Booth Scholars Deferred MBA Program Info Session Tuesday, November 15, 2022 at 11:00 AM until 12:00 PM, Eastern Standard Time The Booth Scholars Deferred MBA Program Information Session for the Georgia Tech is an opportunity for undergraduate students and advisors from GT to learn about the Booth MBA and Booth Scholars Program. We will go through the application timeline and materials, interview advice, and funding information, so you have the knowledge you need to confidently apply for the Chicago Booth Scholars Program. The event will begin promptly at…

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Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship

The 2023 Frederick Douglass Global Fellows will embark on a three-continent global journey of discovery that will take them to Washington, D.C., Cape Town, Dublin, and Belfast for a comparative study of the social justice leaders instrumental in building historic bridges to peace, including Americans Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln, South Africans Nelson Mandela and Bishop Desmond Tutu, and Irishmen Daniel O’Connell and John Hume. The program pays tribute to Frederick Douglass’ transformative experience visiting Ireland more than 175 years ago. During his travel abroad, Douglass was embraced by the…

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2023 Payne Graduate Fellowship

The Payne Fellowship is seeking outstanding Fellows for the 2023 Cohort. These individuals will train for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Foreign Service Officer (FSO) positions. USAID FSO’s work on the front lines of some of the most pressing global challenges of our times, including injustice, climate change, health, conflict, and poverty. This graduate fellowship, now celebrating its 10th Anniversary, is sponsored by USAID and administered by Howard University. Payne Fellows are selected through a rigorous nationwide competition every year. The Payne Fellowship encourages the application of…

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Summer 2023 Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowship in International Affairs

Applications are now open for the 2023 Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations. The attached documents provide a quick overview of the program. Nunn School graduate student Daniel Aum was awarded this fellowship in summer 2022! We’d like to see another Nunn School winner in 2023! This prestigious program offers our country’s most outstanding civic-minded international affairs students the opportunity to work on solving some of our biggest national and global challenges. In addition to gaining experience working for a congressional or executive branch office, fellows also attend virtual lectures and panel…

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Nonproliferation and Counterterrorism Studies Event – IEWeek 2022

Join us to learn more about opportunities in International Affairs during International Education Week 2022! On Wednesday, November 16th  from 12noon-2pm, Nomsa Ndongwe, a representative from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies will be on campus to share information about opportunities for research and study opportunities in the field of nonproliferation and counterterrorism studies. Nomsa Ndongwe is a Research Associate at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. She is a Co-founder of the WCAPS West Coast Chapter, and an N-Square Innovators Network Fellow 2020 – 2021. As of January 2022, she co-leads the CNS…

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