April 8, 2021 Newsletter

All Majors

Optional Spring Advising Meetings
April 16, 19, 23, 28
Spring advising meetings are optional. If you would like to schedule a meeting with Professor McMann, you can do so here.  Be sure your calendar is set to Eastern Time.  Meetings will be by Zoom.

Albright Stonebridge Group Internship
ASG is a premier global strategic advisory and commercial diplomacy firm seeking interns in numerous regional fields. Summer internship applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

National Endowment for Democracy Internship
NED is seeking interns interested in human rights and international exchange. Summer applications are accepted on a rolling basis until filled.

Council on Foreign Relations Internships
Paid, remote summer internships with foreign policy experts are available. Application deadlines vary.

Foundation for the Defense of Democracies Internships
Applications are currently being accepted for numerous internships at this Washington, DC think tank.

APSIA International Communication and Marketing Internship
APSIA is seeking remote summer interns to promote its work to relevant audiences around the world. Applications are due April 16.

Fall 2020 White House Internship
The White House Internship application deadline for Fall 2020 is April 24.

Jobs and Internships Board
This list includes some internships with member institutions of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA).

Scholarships and Fellowships
View scholarship and fellowship openings submitted by APSIA Member Schools and industry employers.

Summer Funding
CWRU’s Baker-Nord Center offers three different grant competitions for summer funding.  Applications are due April 25, 2021.

Best Practices in Applying to Graduate School
April 15, 8:00-9:00 a.m., Virtual
Join the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs to learn best practices for applying to graduate school in international affairs. Register in advance.

International and Multicultural Exchange
April 25, 6:00 p.m., Virtual
The International and Multicultural Exchange, a campus organization that promotes cultural diversity and hosts cultural events is now accepting applications for its executive board. Email questions or submit a letter of intent to idl3@case.edu.

Skills for Engaging in International Trade
View Women in International Trade’s handout on five skills to develop for a successful career in international trade.

Afrobeats Dance Workshop
April 8, 6:00-7:00 p.m., Virtual
Participate in a workshop on Azonto, a dance style originating in Ghana. Register here.

Hindu Mythology Trivia Night
April 9, 7:00-8:00 p.m., Virtual
Compete for prizes in a Hindu mythology trivia contest. Register here.

Looking for a Lady with Fangs and a Moustache
Online screening begins April 9, Cinematheque
A Tibetan businessman connects with his spirituality after having troubling visions. Online screening fee is $12.

Latin America
A La Calle: People, Protest, and the Road to Restoring Democracy in Venezuela
April 13, 12:00-1:00 p.m., Virtual
Join Human Rights Watch staff Tamara Taraciuk Broner and A La Calle directors Maxx Caicedo and Nelson Navarrette for a discussion on the humanitarian and political crises in Venezuela. Event livestream is free to the public.

Middle East
Middle East Institute Internships 
MEI offers a diverse range of internships. Applications are due May 1, 2021.

There is No Evil
Online screening begins April 8, Cinematheque
This film depicts four separate stories about the morality of capital punishment. Online screening fee is $10.

The Man Who Sold His Skin
Online screening begins April 9, Cinematheque
Inspired by a true story, this film follows a Syrian refugee in Lebanon who allows a tattoo artist to use him as a canvas in exchange for entrée to Europe. Online screening fee is $12.

Prosecuting Starvation Crimes in Yemen’s Civil War
April 19, 4:30-5:30 p.m., Virtual
Join director of the Yemen Accountability Project Laura Graham and other panelists for a discussion on the Saudi-led campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen. Register in advance.

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.