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Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development

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Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development

The Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development (BOLD) Immersion Program is an all-expenses-paid program 4–9 August 2019 at Google’s Mountain View headquarters. The program is designed to provide exposure to the technology industry for students who have been historically underrepresented in this field. Selected participants will learn more about nontechnical career opportunities at Google and grow their professional and peer networks. The robust program will include tech talks, skills-building seminars, and of course, fun!

The BOLD Immersion application consists of a resume, a short essay, and an unofficial transcript. For more information, please review the BOLD Immersion FAQs.

The application is due by Friday, 1 February 2019 at 11:59 pm PT.

Questions about the program can be directed to boldimmersion@google.com.

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Executive Master’s in International Relations

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Executive Master’s in International Relations

The first advanced degree in international relations offered by a major research university in cooperation with a leading global think tank.

CSIS and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University have partnered to deliver a new Executive Master’s in International Relations (EMIR) degree program in Washington, D.C. The first cohort was admitted in January 2018 and consists of a diverse group of professionals working across intelligence, health, cyber, education, environment, defense, and foreign policy fields.

Enrollment for fall 2018 is now open, and classes begin Monday, 27 August.

Learn more now.

Summer Internship Program

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Summer Internship Program

Application deadline: Friday, 23 February

The National Council on U.S.–Arab Relations’ Summer Internship Program in Washington, D.C., offers undergraduate and graduate students a ten-week professional, academic, and career opportunity internship in the nation’s capital. The program features a demanding mix of professional involvement, intellectual challenge, career exploration, and cultural encounters designed to provide interns with a rich and varied experience during their time in Washington.

• Professional work experience
• Academic seminars
• Site visits

A $25 nonrefundable program fee must be submitted with the application. Internship program participants, upon successful fulfillment of the program’s academic and internship requirements, will receive a $1,000 fellowship stipend.

 

Go to ncusar.org/internship/ for more information about the program and how to apply.

The National Council may review and accept applicants on a rolling basis prior to the final application deadline. Materials may arrive separately, such as official transcripts mailed directly by your college or university or letters of recommendation. The applicant is responsible for ensuring that all materials are postmarked by the deadline. Late materials will not be considered.

Language Is Life

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Language Is Life

Have you written a paper on language? If so, consider submitting it to Schwa for publication. Having an article published looks terrific on a résumé, especially when you can send a hyperlink for that article. It is our objective to help you.

We publish two issues per semester. We do our best to publish technical articles as well as more accessible papers. The number of articles we can publish per issue is only limited by the number of our staff members. Even if your paper is not accepted immediately, we can hold it for later publication.

Visit us online for details at schwa.byu.edu.

World of Law: “Law and National Security”

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World of Law: “Law and National Security”

WED | 13 SEP, 303 JRCB, 4–5, pizza will be served

The World of Law series allows undergraduates to hear BYU law professors present monthly on a variety of law-related topics and to meet the dean and director of BYU Law Admissions.

Eric Talbot Jensen teaches and writes in the areas of public international law, criminal law, the law and armed conflict, international criminal law, and national security law. Prior to Joining BYU in 2011, Jensen spent two years teaching at Fordham Law School in New York City and twenty years in the U.S. Army as both a cavalry and a JAG officer.