Advancing Justice is Seeking Interns!

Advancing Justice is Seeking Interns!

Law and Policy Intern “Asian Americans Advancing Justice- Atlanta is seeking a legal intern for Spring 2017.  Candidates should be currently enrolled law students, have strong interests in social justice, non-profit/public interest work, and be committed to the Asian-American community.  Language skills are highly desired as well. Description: Internships are part-time, 18 to 20 hours per week for the duration of the semester.  Assignments may include: conducting legal and factual research for potential litigation opportunities and for policy reports, participating in off-site citizenship clinics, conducting client intake interviews, and preparing…

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DC Career Visit: March 2-3, 2017

DC Career Visit: March 2-3, 2017

2017 Nunn School Career Visit to Washington, DC We are now accepting applications for participation in the annual Nunn School Career Visit to Washington, DC. This event will be held on March 2nd and 3rd, 2017. The trip will consist of a site visit to a DC area employer in the international affairs field, a briefing at CSIS, and an alumni reception; participants will schedule their own informational interviews to be completed over the weekend in DC. INTA will provide a reimbursement of up to $500 to use toward your…

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2017 Humanity in Action Fellowship

2017 Humanity in Action Fellowship

“Intensive and demanding, the Humanity in Action Fellowship brings together international groups of college students and recent graduates to explore national histories of discrimination and resistance—including the political foundations of racial hierarchies, Antisemitism, Islamophobia and colonial domination—as they affect different minority groups today. The Fellowship seeks to educate, connect and inspire the world’s future leaders in the fields of human rights and social justice. Humanity in Action’s programs concern human rights activities generally, but they focus specifically on the relationship between majority and minority populations in the six European countries…

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Thank A Teacher

Thank A Teacher

The Thank a Teacher program is a Center for Teaching and Learning initiative. How does it work? Students go to www.thankateacher.gatech.edu and fill out a form. Letters are briefly screened in the Center for Teaching and Learning, and then they are printed. The note is then sent through campus mail to the person being thanked, along with a certificate and a letter explaining that someone has written a note on their behalf. Every person who receives a note will be invited to participate in Celebrating Teaching Day and/or Dean Griffin Day in…

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Japan Summer Program in Sustainable Development ALMOST FULL

Japan Summer Program in Sustainable Development ALMOST FULL

There are only a few slots left! If you have been waiting you might miss out!! Study sustainable development in amazing Tokyo – the world’s greatest city – with superb mass transportation, low crime, and endless things to do and see! This ten-week/twelve-credit summer program is home based on the ideally located campus of Tokyo Tech, Japan’s premier technological university. One week of the program is devoted to exploring the beautiful Japanese countryside, including Hiroshima, the Inland Sea, Kyoto, and a rural community.  Through field trips, lectures, and multi-disciplinary, cross-cultural problem-based learning, this program aims to equip students with the tools needed to…

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European Opportunities Abroad Info Session Dec. 1

European Opportunities Abroad Info Session Dec. 1

Come learn more about the EU study abroad program, GTL semester for IAC majors and non-majors pursuing IAC minors and certificates. Meet program director Dr. Vicki Birchfield and former program participants to discuss exciting opportunities in Europe and on campus, including new classes, research opportunities, internships, and the European Horizons club! The info session will be held in Clough Room 125 on Thursday, December 1, from 11 am to 12 pm. 

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A Day at Stone Mountain Park: International Students, Friends & Families!

A Day at Stone Mountain Park: International Students, Friends & Families!

International Students, Friends and Families, let’s spend a day at Stone Mountain Park! We will go to the top of Stone Mountain and enjoy the park’s regular attractions and its holiday shows and entertainment. Although the intent is to provide a fun opportunity to those international students who don’t have families to visit for Thanksgiving break, others can certainly join us.  At this time of year Stone Mountain Park is definitely an American cultural experience, as there are numerous shows, holiday decor, and even parades in addition to the regular Stone…

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