Date & TimeThu, 01 Apr 21–Thu, 30 Sep 21
Apply for a one-year, fully-funded master’s program at Tsinghua University in Beijing, designed to build a global community of future leaders who will serve to deepen understanding between China and the rest of the world. The Schwarzman Scholars
experience is anchored in a rigorous and immersive Master of Global Affairs degree program.
International Exchange Program Fellowship
Date & TimeSaturday, 31, Jul 5:00 PM
OnlineThe Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy (UCCD)
is currently seeking a student who can commit to a paid, academic-year length fellowship that would fulfill university credits in either an internship course or independent study course.
During the fall semester, this fellow will have the opportunity to work directly on U.S. Department of State
exchange programs, work with community leaders through UCCD’s International Exchange Programs, learn the expectations and requirements for implementing citizen diplomacy and international exchange programs, and develop skills and knowledge on how to plan, implement, and host professional meetings and cultural opportunities.
During spring semester, the fellow will continue exchange program implementation while having the opportunity to design, implement, and manage a substantive project in consultation with UCCD aligned with the interests of UCCD and the student. This project would be something the fellow could add to their portfolio and professional resume. Suggested projects could include but is not limited to a special event, research, outreach, or youth or school engagement.
Additionally, pending budget availability, the fellow will be invited to attend a national conference in Washington D.C. with either the World Affairs Council of America
(November 2021) or the Global Ties U.S.
National Meeting (March 2022) — travel expenses covered by UCCD. Both conferences create an opportunity for the fellow to engage and network with international nonprofits from around the country, think tanks in the D.C. area, and U.S. Department of State representatives.
For more details or to apply, click here.
Virtual Student Federal Service Internships
Date & TimeSaturday, 31, Jul 5:00 PM
Interested in remote internships? Check out the Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS)
, the federal government's digital internship program for U.S. citizen college students.
Students develop apps, design graphics, manage social media, conduct research, and more. The time commitment is about 10 hours per week from September through May. Internships are unpaid.
For more information about the VSFS, click here
or watch this short video
about how to apply.
Virtual Graduate School Fair
Date & TimeWednesday, 4, Aug 9:00 AM
Plan now to attend the summer 2021 edition of the Foreign Affairs Open House: Virtual Graduate School Fair.
Join representatives from top programs in public policy, diplomacy, and international studies (some of the best in the world)—from the comfort and convenience of your home or personal device.
Explore school program information and opportunities, share your experience, and connect directly with actual admissions officials through live one-on-one chats. Attendance is FREE, and engaging with schools in the virtual event space is easy.
for a list of participating graduate schools and more information on how it works.
International Youth Summit
Date & TimeThursday, 12, Aug 9:00 AM
Attend the International Youth Summit hosted by the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy,
where students can learn how to drive change, be inspired, and celebrate innovation in solving the world's most pressing issues while connecting with like-minded peers. Also, learn about the Young Diplomats of Utah
and Global Leaders Scholarship Fund
programs for the 2021-2022 academic school year.
This in-person, free event will be held at the Viridian Event Center, 8083 South 1825 West, in West Jordan, Utah. Registration is required.
Space is limited to 100 students, so register today!
Study Abroad Fair
Date & TimeThursday, 16, Sep 11:00 AM
Join us for the Study Abroad Fair! Come and speak with faculty about our programs and internships abroad for 2022.
Free airfare giveaway, prizes, and KONA ICE!
Kennedy Center Photo Contest
Date & TimeFriday, 1, Oct 11:59 PM
Once again, every BYU student is eligible
to submit photographs for this year’s unique photo competition.
Because the pandemic affected all International Study Programs, travel abroad ceased for much of 2020 and 2021. Disruption and uncertainty can be useful elements in learning—including on study abroad and internship programs. Students should submit compelling photographs that document how they experienced the Kennedy Center’s mantra, Expand your world
, during this past school year, even from home. The best photos will reveal global understanding and awareness.
A $1,000 cash prize
will be awarded for “Best in Show” and other cash amounts will be awarded to the runners-up and honorable mentions. Winners will be notified via email, and all participants will be invited to an awards ceremony.
To learn more about the rules and how to submit your photos, click here.
Deadline to submit photos is 1 October 2021.
Ellings-Korduba Fellowship Program
Date & TimeMonday, 13, Dec 5:00 PM
OnlineThe Ellings-Korduba Fellowship Program
offers twelve-month fellowships to advanced undergraduates whose degrees focus on issues of strategic importance to the United States in Asia. The National Bureau of Asian Research
will award the fellowships, plus a stipend for a summer program, to fellows each year from universities across the U.S.
Qualified applicants will: be a U.S. citizen, be an advanced undergraduate student with a focus on Asia and policy, desire to advance public policy toward Asia through improved expertise and understanding, and/or contribute to policy-relevant scholarly research.
To learn more or to apply, click here
First Generation College Student Scholarship
Date & TimeWednesday, 15, Jun 5:00 PM
OnlineThe Kryder Law Group, LLC
is offering a $1,000 scholarship to graduating high school seniors and current college students who are first generation college students. Applicants must submit an essay on a specific topic related to being a first generation college student. Students must have a 3.0 GPA and write an essay.
To learn more or to apply, click here.