April 14, 2022 Newsletter

All Majors
Fulbright Information Sessions
Thursday, April 14, 2:00 p.m., online
Today and throughout the spring, learn about studying and conducting research abroad through Fulbright programs.

Multicultural Dinner 
Friday, April 15, 7:30 – 9:30 p.m., Thwing Atrium and Porch 
Celebrate cultural diversity on campus with the various cuisines, including Indian and Italian.

International Service Careers  
Explore this guide on how to pursue a career in international service, with options for underrepresented students.

Courses with International Content 
Please consult the attached list when scheduling for the fall semester. 

The Borgen Project
This non-profit organization aims to end global poverty, and offers remote internships in journalism, political affairs, and human resources. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

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

International Security Positions 
Deadlines for international security positions beginning summer 2022 can be as early as this spring due to security clearance requirements.  If you are interested in such positions, begin to monitor usajobs.gov and U.S. federal agency web sites regularly now.

APSIA Internships 
The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs is seeking summer interns in international communication and marketing. Summer application deadline is April 16.

Best Practices in Applying to Graduate School
Tuesday, April 19, online
Attend this free webinar on best practices in applying to international affairs graduate programs.

Summer Funding
Apply for the Humanities@Work Summer StipendsFeldman Grants, and Cramer Fellowships. Due April 22.

Wright-Plaisance Fellowship for Study Abroad 
A fellowship for pursuing post-baccalaureate study at a university in Europe or South America. Applications are due April 29.

Rocks Funds
This grant funds summer experiences, including INTL 399 practicums. International Studies majors are eligible. Applications are due April 29.

NATO Internship Programme
NATO is looking for students to conduct research and analysis. Other needs include students who can speak Russian, Ukrainian, or Arabic. The deadline to apply is May 8.

Ally Financial Public Policy Scholars Program
African-American and Black sophomores and juniors pursuing a degree related to public policy are eligible for this scholarship.

International Center for Journalists Internship
Gain experience in developing international journalism programs in this paid internship.

Center for Global Development Job
CGD is accepting applications for its research assistant and program coordinator positions.
Service Fellowship in India
The American India Foundation provides service opportunities through host organizations in India.  Applications for the 2022-2023 fellowship cycle accepted beginning April 2022.

Turning Points in Life and History
Thursday, April 14, 12:00 p.m., Clark Hall 206
Philosophy Professor Laura Hengehold examines Simone de Beauvoir’s changing attitudes toward history in her works, including The Second Sex.

Dyngus Day
Monday, April 18, Gordon Green 
Dyngus Day includes Polish dancing, vendors, and paczki. Tickets are $25.

Dyngus Day & Refugee Relief 
Monday, April 18, 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., The South Side at 2207 W. 11 St 
The event will include Ukrainian and Polish food, polka music, and bingo, with proceeds benefiting refugees.

Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure
Cleveland Museum of Art
Enjoy the work of this European sculptor. Through April 17 $5 admission with student ID.

Supplies for Ukrainian Refugees
A donation box is on the first floor of the Health Education Campus, Room 160.  Medical supplies preferred but non-medical also accepted.

Middle East
National Arab American Heritage Month
Experience and celebrate Arab food, culture, and more in the month of April across Cleveland.