Make Your Impact for Our Environment,
Our Democracy and Our Future
Apply to Impact today!
Final spring application deadline is March 10th
If you are interested in joining a team of passionate people to make an impact on issues like global warming, clean water, big money’s influence over our democracy and other issues that matter to our future, consider a job with Impact.
Impact was created by leading advocacy organizations like Environment America, U.S. PIRG and the PIRG Campus Action project. We build the grassroots action and power it takes to make an impact on important issues. It’s a full-time, two-year commitment to advocate for our environment, our democracy and our future.
Impact is now accepting applications to join our team in August 2017! Our application deadline is March 10th. We also have immediate positions available.
If you aren’t looking for a full-time job, you can also make a big difference through an internship with Impact.
You can learn more and apply on our website or reach out to our Director, David Rossini, at email@example.com.
Impact is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.
KASC is not just a summer program, it is a student-led month-long academic and cultural exchange that includes delegates from the United States and South Korea. As it is student-led, delegates take an active role and contribute towards the success of the program. Student participate in spirited discussions throughout the conference as they work towards strengthening U.S.-Korea relations. They are not just participants, but truly are Ambassadors, representing and explaining their country to their counterparts … to their friends.
While there are growing concerns on the future of U.S.-Korea relations, we at ISC know one thing to be certain: we must invest in our future leaders, we must work towards building long-lasting friendships that will persevere through any obstacles that come our way.
Charles University in Prague would like to present its four Masters programmes in English. These programmes are especially geared to undergraduate students interested in interdisciplinary graduate studies encompassing area studies, contemporary history, international relations and other related academic fields.
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CONFLICT AND THE STRUGGLE FOR PEACE:
EXPLORATIONS IN IRELAND AND THE MIDDLE EAST
Summer Study Abroad
Dublin, Ireland – Amman, Jordan
Peace & Conflict Resolution Dates: June 11 – July 15, 2017
Peace & Conflict Resolution + Arabic Language: June 11 – August 13, 2017
PEACE & CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Applications are due March 15 for the Summer 2017 FIE Conflict and the Struggle for Peace: Ireland and the Middle East program.
The Peace & Conflict Resolution program repeatedly attracts strong students with a commitment to understanding conflict resolution, conflict management, international diplomacy, and the multiple conflicts in the world today. If we might answer any questions from you, your department, fellow faculty, or your financial aid office, do not hesitate to contact us.
Dr. Grahaeme Hesp – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Travel medical insurance
- Round trip airfare, Dublin/Amman
- 24-hour emergency support
- School of Record transcript (if needed)
- Onsite Orientation
- Study tour to Northern Ireland
- Co-curricular activities
- Onsite Orientation
- Amman city tour
- Biblical Jordan study tour
- Wadi Rum & Petra study tour
- Life Cycle of Peace and Conflict: Lessons Learned in Northern Ireland
- Conflict Resolution and Management: Beyond the Arab-Israeli Conflict
FIE is proud to partner with AMIDEAST in Jordan to offer our summer peace and conflict program.AMIDEAST is a leading American non-profit organization engaged in international education, training, and development activities in the Middle East and North Africa.
2017 Institute on Comparative Political & Economic Systems in Washington, DC is accepting applications.
Sponsored by The Fund for American Studies in partnership with George Mason University, the program is an eight week summer academic intern program that offers undergraduate students a first-hand look at public policy through:
• An internship placement within the field of public policy
• Courses for credit in economics, public policy and government
• Exclusive lectures, briefings and professional development seminars
• Housing in the heart of Washington, DC
Students should apply by March 14 for admission and scholarship consideration. Visit www.DCinternships.org/ICPES for more information on the program and to begin an online application.
Email ICPES@tfas.org or call 202.986.0384 with questions.
Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program (BGIA) provides a unique opportunity for college students and recent college graduates from around the world to…
- Take specialized courses in international affairs, studying with our faculty of leading scholars, practitioners, and policymakers
- Work in carefully selected internships based on individual interest
- Attend the James Clarke Chace Memorial Speaker Series, hearing from high-profile guest speakers
- Participate in exciting cultural events and experience life in Manhattan
This year, BGIA has welcomed new faculty members Elmira Bayrasli, author of From the Other Side of the World: Extraordinary Entrepreneurs, Unlikely Places and co-founder of Foreign Policy Interrupted, and Dr. Theresa P. Castillo, the Director of Women and Children’s Health Programs at HealthRight International.
Email email@example.com or call 646-839-9262 with questions.
Meet The GREEN Hawai’i Program
Sustainable Community Food Systems, Energy,
& The World Youth Congress
June 13 – 26, 2017
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Only 20 spots available for our Hawai’i Pilot Program
* All GREEN Programs fill on a first-come, first-serve basis
The GREEN Program invites you to join us in the remote volcano archipelago of Hawai’i this June. Hawaiʻi’s sequestered location is a fascinating case study for agriculture and energy independence as it’s own microcosm of the world home to its unique Polynesian culture. As an island-state that imports 90% of their food and exports 80% of their agricultural production, combined with increased efforts of farming infrastructure and technology, the state of Hawai’i is on the mission towards food and energy security.
In conjunction with our 2017 Hawai’i Pilot Program, we will be partnering with the 2017 World Youth Congress. GREEN Hawai’i students will be delegates at the Congress and represent the next generation of sustainability leadership.