NSLC Intelligence & National Security Team Advisor (TA) Opening

About the National Student Leadership Conference: The NSLC Intelligence & National Security program is a 6-day conference at Georgetown University for high school students interested in careers in international relations and national security. It provides skills training and hands-on experience to prepare students for the challenges of becoming a doctor. We are seeking individuals with relevant academic and leadership experience to work with high school students and assist with residential life and office administration. The Role: Team Advisors guide students through their NSLC experience. Each TA is responsible for a…

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Harvard Business School Tabling at Georgia Tech

Event Logistics: Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 11:00 AM until 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time Georgia Institute of Technology CEED: Center for Engineering Education & Diversity Rich Building Atlanta, GA 30332 United States Do you know where an MBA can take you? Open your mind to the breadth of career opportunities available in business and feel the flexibility of the MBA degree. Stop by the HBS Admissions table to learn more about the MBA program at HBS including the 2+2 Program, a deferred admission process for current students, either in…

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Office of Science and Technology Policy Internship, White House – Washington D.C.

In 1976, recognizing the need to coordinate the Federal science and technology policy, and provide the President with the best possible guidance on advances in science and technology, Congress established the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). Today, OSTP works to maximize the benefits of science and technology to advance health, prosperity, security, environmental quality, and justice for all Americans.OSTP is composed of a Director’s Office and six core policy teams: Climate and Environment, Energy, Health and Life Sciences, National Security, Science and Society, and the U.S. Chief Technology Officer. We are guided by a core…

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Summer 2023 Sustainable Communities Internship Application, GT SLS – NOW OPEN!

Internship Overview SLS seeks to provide our partners with support and resources, while providing our students with practical experience in supporting solutions for sustainable communities. The Sustainable Communities Internship program is offered every summer and is an opportunity for students looking to gain real-world experience related to sustainability and community engagement.   Summer interns will earn internship course audit credit., and can choose between a part-time (15-20 hours per week) or full-time (30-40 hours per week) internship.  The Sustainable Communities Summer Internship Program is a 12-week program (mid-May to mid-August). Students interested in a…

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Federal Jackets Fellowship

About the Federal Jackets Fellowship In the Georgia Tech Federal Jackets Fellowship (formerly the Georgia Tech D.C. Internship Program), you will work full time with a member of Congress, a Congressional committee, or an executive branch office in or around Washington, D.C. for approximately 10 weeks during summer, and 16 weeks during spring or fall. You will secure your own internship based on your academic and personal interests. The Georgia Tech Career Center and the Office of Institute Relations are available to assist you with this process. Recent positions secured by…

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Summer Editorial Intern, Foreign Policy – Washington, D.C

Overview Foreign Policy (FP) is recruiting a summer editorial intern. The intern will assist with social media, reporting, and research, diving right into the day-to-day editorial work of FP. We are a collaborative team; candidates should work well with others and be committed to FP’s mission—explaining Washington to the world, and the world to Americans. This is a part-time paid internship which can be remote or based in our Washington, D.C. headquarters. Previous Foreign Policy interns have gone on to full-time roles at prestigious media organizations around the world. This is a terrific…

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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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Human Rights Intern, HP – Spring TX

Overview: The Pan-HP Human Rights team is seeking a Human Rights intern to support the team’s research, disclosure, benchmarking, and communications efforts. Projects may include conducting research and analysis on corporate transparency and mandatory disclosures across the tech industry, assisting in updating human rights program benchmarking, drafting human rights content for internal and external websites, and performing other human rights-related tasks as needed. The intern may assist on a number of projects and is not limited to only the above projects. Responsibilities: Four-year university students who are working in a…

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Submit to Southern California International Review Spring 2023 Issue

Don’t just read sources. Start being one. Interested in getting published? The Southern California International Review (SCIR) is now accepting outstanding submissions for publication in our Spring 2023 issue. The submission deadline will be February 24, 2023 at 11:59 pm PST. As a global research journal for international affairs, the Southern California International Review provides undergraduates with the opportunity to have their work seen by the international affairs community at large. Managed and edited by students at USC, the Review publishes academic-grade research from undergraduates around the world. Each semester…

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IAC Legacy Awards: Call for Nominations

Each spring the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts recognizes an extraordinary graduate student, undergraduate student, and faculty member with an Ivan Allen, Jr., Legacy Award. These are beautiful Frabel glass sculptures. The awards also come with stipends of $1,000 each. The awards and the stipends are made possible by our generous supporters, Col. Stephen C. Hall and Mrs. Pamela Hall. For information about the Legacy Awards, click here. All nominations must be received by January 30, 2023. Applications will be reviewed by a selection committee. Awards will be formally presented…

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