The Office of Professional Development at HLS is pleased to share next week’s professional development events, scholarship, fellowship, and career opportunities for current students.
Check out upcoming events and opportunities for the week of February 28th – March 6th…
Monday March 1, 2021
MIA Overview: Explore a Career in Global Affairs
7pm – 8pm
Interested in learning more about careers in Global Affairs? Attend this seminar to hear from current employees in the field and to ask questions you may have.
Tuesday March 2, 2021
US Government Intelligence Agency Small Group Sessions11am – 3pm
Representatives of a US Government Intelligence Agency will be holding small information sessions regarding the variety of career and internship opportunities available there. The focus in these sessions will be on career opportunities across the Agency, benefits, and details about the application processes. To register for this event, please call Will Reed at 812-855-4067 to leave your name, major, phone number, email address, and which session you’d like to attend. You will receive an email invitation to the session prior to the event.
See the HLS Event Calendar here for a full list of events
Upcoming Events and Deadlines for National Scholarships and Awards:
March 1 – Application opens for the China-U.S. Scholars Program (CUSP), a one-time fellowship program to fill the gap left by the suspension of government-funded academic exchange programs between the United States and China. It will support 48 American and Chinese faculty and students in the arts, humanities and social sciences with opportunities to conduct research, study or teach abroad in China/Hong Kong or the U.S. in the 2021-22 academic year. Applications are due by April 15, 2021. For more information go to: China US Scholars Program.
March 10 – 12 – WeRepresent is a free virtual conference to bolster participation in Gilman, Critical Language, Fulbright, and Boren programs for students from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, students with disabilities, students in the LGBTQI+ community, and students from low-income backgrounds. Staff and faculty are eligible to attend as well (also free). For more information and to register go to: WeRepresent Conference.
March 9, March 25, April 5, April 15 – Online Fulbright info sessions. Fulbright awards support study/research activities and place students as English Teaching Assistants in over 150 countries. These (identical) 30 minute info sessions will provide a brief overview of the program and relevant dates for the 2021 application process and is open to all students and alumni. Register via Zoom. Day and start time of each session included in each link:
- March 9 – 2pm – Fulbright Info Session
- March 25 – 1pm – Fulbright Info Session
- April 5 – 1pm – Fulbright Info Session
- April 15 – 2pm – Fulbright Info Session
For more information about these opportunities, students can contact Paul Fogleman in the office of National Scholarships and Awards (firstname.lastname@example.org; 812-855-3948) or make an appointment with him via the SAS in One.IU.
Partnerships, P4G Internship
P4G brings together business, government, and civil society organizations in innovative public-private partnerships to advance solutions to help meet humanity’s greatest needs in food and agriculture, water, energy, cities and circular economy
This internship is based at P4G’s Global Hub hosted at World Resources Institute. You will work primarily with P4G’s Partnerships Team and will also work in coordination with P4G’s Operations, Engagement, Communications and Investment Teams.
For the full internship summary and information on how to apply, visit https://jobs.jobvite.com/wri/job/olEFefwC
Rotational Non-Profit Management Internship
Through this internship, you will receive robust training in a diverse range of WRI operations duties, including project financial management, grant and sub-agreement management, development and fundraising, finance and accounting, and human resources. Operations teams create the infrastructure that facilitates the success of WRI’s mission and are foundational to WRI being able to achieve impact.
During the first three weeks, you will participate in a rotational training curriculum involving in-depth seminars, guided learning modules, and assignments that will provide in-depth insight into the topics and responsibilities encompassing non-profit management.
For the full internship summary and information on how to apply, visit https://jobs.jobvite.com/wri/job/oPOHefwi
Students accepted into one of these internships should reach out to Ashlynne Bender, email@example.com for information on the Dean’s Scholarship.