APSIA's Best Practices in Applying to Graduate School Webinar Dates

Best Practices in Applying to Graduate School

Join the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) for an introductory webinar on best practices when applying for graduate school.

In this monthly series, Briana Suarez, APSIA's International Admissions and Operations Manager, will answer questions about:

  • Selecting a graduate program

  • Preparing an application

  • Paying for school

  • Career opportunities

Upcoming Webinars include:

  • February 20

  • March 12

  • April 11

  • May 9

  • June 4

  • July 10

Register today at www.apsia.org/events

Summer 2019 International Affairs Academic Internship Program in Washington, DC.

Applications are being accepted for the Summer 2019 International Affairs Academic Internship Program in Washington, DC. Hosted by The Fund for American Studies, the program includes:

  • Undergraduate academic credit from George Mason University

  • Internship placement focused on international affairs with an organization in the Washington, DC Metro Area

  • Fully furnished housing in the heart of Washington, DC

 

Nominate a Top Student Today
Please consider nominating your top students for special scholarship consideration. The Fund for American Studies award close to a million dollars annually and preference is given to nominated students. You may nominate by visiting www.DCinternships.org/Nominate

Please share the announcement below with undergraduate students interested in spending the summer in Washington, DC. More information their programs may be found at www.DCinternships.org/IntlAffairs. Please contact Colin Parks with any questions at cparks@tfas.org or 202.986.0384.

LIVE. LEARN. INTERN in Washington, DC this Summer!

International Affairs Academic Internship Program

Hosted by The Fund for American Studies

www.DCinternships.org/IntlAffairs    

Priority Deadline: February 12

 

Spend your summer in Washington, DC and prepare for your future! Students participating in the program will intern in the field of international affairs while earning academic credit in economics and foreign policy.

 

LIVE

You will live just blocks from the national monuments, State Department and White House on the campus of George Washington University. Fully furnished housing and roommate matching is provided as part of our comprehensive program.

 

LEARN

Earn course credit while you intern! You will earn 3 to 9 academic credits this summer. The Fund for American Studies unique curriculum is designed to complement your DC experience with upper level foreign policy, government and international economics courses. Academic course credit is provided through George Mason University and taught by top rated faculty from GMU and other top local universities.

 

INTERN

An international affairs internship is one of the most important investments you can make in your future. Based on your interests and skills, you will be placed in an internship in the Washington, DC area.  The Fund for American Studies has been creating academic internship experiences for almost 50 years and work with over 300 top organizations in DC.

 

Internship placements include:

  • Embassies

  • International non-governmental organizations

  • Federal agencies

  • Congressional offices

  • Think tanks and policy groups

 

CONNECT

Who you know does matter - especially when it comes to your future job search. The Fund for American Studies comprehensive program is designed so you can make valuable professional connections and practice your networking skills in a real-world setting. 

 

They offer a number of networking opportunities to enhance your internship experience and maximize your time in DC: 

  • Mentor Program

  • Professional Development Seminars

  • Roundtable Discussions + Networking Receptions

  • Site Briefings at Key Washington Institutions including the State Department, U.S. Institute of Peace and World Bank

 

ALUMNI TESTIMONIALS

“This program has opened my eyes to the many opportunities that exist in DC, and it has allowed me to connect with many professionals in a variety of fields. Moving forward, I now have a better vision of what direction I would like to pursue as well as the steps I need to take to begin moving in that direction.”
Tyler Russell, University of Kentucky
Intern, American Foreign Policy Council

 

“Through the program I was able to experience what life as a Washingtonian was really like. I met hundreds of people from the FBI and U.S. Departments of Homeland Security, Defense and State. From ambassadors to senators to judges - I was able to meet them all. The networking opportunities TFAS presents us with are incomparable. Talking with so many government executives, I had the experience of a lifetime.” Jeremiah Folia, California State University, Fresno 
Intern, National Defense University

 

SCHOLARSHIPS + APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
The Fund for American Studies strives to make the programs accessible and affordable to the best and brightest students regardless of financial status. Scholarships are awarded based on need and merit with over 80% of students receiving funding.

The Priority Deadline is February 12. To learn more and to begin an online application, please visit www.DCinternships.org. Questions can be directed to admissions@tfas.org or 202.986.0384.

The John Quincy Adams Society and The National Interest's 2019 Essay Contest

Are the United States and China on a path to conflict?

The John Quincy Adams Society and The National Interest are pleased to announce their 2019 essay contest for college students. The winner will be published in The National Interest, will receive $1,000, and will have a seat at the Society’s 2019 student leadership conference in Washington, D.C. Several runners up and honorable mentions will also be recognized.

Essays are due by the end of the day on Sunday, March 24, 2019, and must be between 900 and 1200 words in length.

Full details, rules, and submission instructions are available here: https://jqas.org/2019-essay-contest-u-s-china-conflict/

The John Quincy Adams Society is a national network of students and professionals focused on the intellectual and career advancement of a new generation of leaders working for a more careful, realistic, and peaceful foreign policy. The National Interest, established in 1985, is one of America’s leading foreign policy magazines.