Paid School, Paid Internships and Guaranteed Job with the State Department upon Graduation
Presenter: Scott Smith – Diplomat in Residence – Rocky Mountain Region
When: Aug 13, 2020, 11:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
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Come learn about the following Foreign Service fellowships.
- The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Program offers graduate fellowships to outstanding college seniors and graduates who want to join the Foreign Service. These fellowships help finance two-year graduate programs, provide paid internships, and facilitate entry into the Foreign Service. The program also accepts 15-20 undergraduates to participate in the six-week Summer Enrichment Program that prepares students for careers in international affairs. Both programs seek applicants with a strong academic background, a commitment to service, and an interest in making a difference in the world. For more information, visit rangelprogram.org.
- The Thomas R. Pickering Undergraduate and Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowships seek to attract outstanding students from all ethnic, racial, and socio-economic backgrounds who have an interest in pursuing a Foreign Service career. The Fellowship includes funding toward tuition, room, and board during the senior year of college and the first year of graduate study, or for two years of graduate study. Fellows are provided two internships with the U.S. Department of State: one in Washington, D.C. and one at a U.S. Embassy abroad. For more information, visit pickeringfellowship.org/.
- The Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship provides funding for two years of IT undergraduate or graduate school, up to $37,500/year, plus two paid internships in exchange for a 5-year commitment to serve as a Foreign Service IT specialist. Learn more through The Washington Center
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