The John Quincy Adams Society is offering two different educational programs this summer. Both programs will run July 18-22 in Washington, DC. The program comes at no cost to the selected participants with stipends for hotel and travel costs available. Participation in both programs is possible! The programs are open to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as young career professionals with two years or less of policy experience.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until June 5th, but slots are going fast so it is recommended that you apply ASAP.
Morgenthau Grand Strategy Seminar | July 18-20
The Morgenthau Grand Strategy is designed to deepen student knowledge of grand strategy through small, intensive seminars led by rising grand strategy scholars. There will be a choice of paths for students to take, and all participants will be invited to an in-depth dinner discussion with Stephen M. Walk on some of his early scholarship about why and when states form alliances.
The Foreign Policy Leadership Program | July 20-22
The Foreign Policy Leadership program allows students to learn directly from the minds shaping today’s debates about US foreign policy. The program is intended to help you discover career paths that can take you through the transition from studying foreign policy to working in it. There will be opportunities for networking with students from across the country, as well as current professionals.
For more information and to apply, click here.