March 11, 2021 Newsletter

All Majors

Center for Global Development Internships
This policy organization, which aims to reduce global poverty and inequality, offers internships in Washington, DC.  Summer application deadline has been changed to March 15, 2021.

Human Rights Watch Internships 
HRW paid internships are available for undergraduate in various departments. Deadlines to apply vary by internship and are due throughout March and April.

Independent Diplomat Internships
ID is currently seeking interns for two virtual projects on refugee research and climate change. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, but apply soon.

Refugees International
This nonprofit organization offers a variety of internships in its Washington, DC office. Summer 2021 applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Sign up to be notified when summer 2021 positions are posted here.

US Together Program Assistant Position
US Together is seeking a Microenterprise Development Program Assistant for Spring 2021. This position is an unpaid internship and can be completely remote. Reach out to Melissa Mattwig for more information.

 Future Global Leaders Scholarship
Junior and senior undergraduate women pursuing careers in international trade are encouraged to apply for this $1500 scholarship, which includes a year of mentorship. Applications are due April 1.

APSIA Internships
The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs is seeking summer interns in international communication and marketing. Summer application deadline is April 4.

The Future of Immigration
March 11, 3:00 p.m., Virtual
Immigration attorney David Leopold will discuss immigration to the United States. Register in advance on CampusGroups.

Global Business Law Review Symposium
March 12, 11:00 a.m.-2:15 p.m., Virtual
Join the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law for a symposium on international business and human rights with a variety of speakers. Students can register for free here.

Applying to Jobs in the Federal Government and U.S. DFC
March 17, 1:00-2:30 p.m., Virtual
The U.S. International Finance Development Corporation is currently hiring. This session will cover finding and applying for federal government positions online. Register in advance.

Tips on Building a Federal Resume
Federal resumes differ from traditional resumes in several ways. View these tips to improve your resume for federal employment. Some agencies prefer that you use their resume builder.

Tips to Prepare for a Security Clearance
View these five tips for preparing for a security clearance in advance.

Night of the Kings
Online screening begins March 12, Cinematheque
A new arrival at an Ivorian prison must use his wits to avoid being killed by his fellow inmates in Ivory Coast’s Oscar submission. Online screening fee is $6.

2021 Taiwan Scholarship
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Chicago is currently accepting applications for its scholarship program to fund U.S. non-Chinese-heritage students who wish to enroll in a degree program in Taiwan. Application deadline is March 31.

Huayu Enrichment Scholarship
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Chicago is accepting applications for grants to study at a university-affiliated language center in Taiwan. Application deadline is March 31.

Lost Course
Online screening begins March 12, Cinematheque
This documentary follows the grassroots democratic movement seeking to eliminate corruption in the southern Chinese fishing villages. Online screening fee is $12.

The Tunnel
Online screening begins March 12, Cinematheque
This film is third in a trilogy of disaster movies produced and popularized in Norway. Online screening fee is $12.

Latin America
Industrial Worker Webinar
March 15, 6:00-7:00 p.m., Virtual
This InterReligious Task Force webinar will compare the lives and economic struggles of industrial workers in Colombia and the United States. Register in advance here.

Middle East
Research Internship Requiring Arabic Language
The Program on Governance and Local Development (GLD) is currently seeking interns for research projects on migrant integration in Sweden, Jordan, and Turkey. Knowledge of Arabic is required. Fall application deadline is April 20.

The International Studies Program does not endorse or sponsor the fellowships, internships, jobs, and other opportunities listed in the newsletter. Students are encouraged to evaluate them. During the COVID-19 pandemic, follow all government and public health restrictions and advice when taking advantage of these opportunities. CDC information and resources appear here.