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Florida Senator seeks full-time, unpaid intern for up to six months to work with his defense team.
The European Parliament invites graduate students (US citizens only) to apply for a full-time internship in its Washington DC office from mid-April to mid-July 2014, with the possibility of a two-month extension in Brussels and Strasbourg. Application deadline: Feb. 28, 2014.
Christian Gonzalez, a second-year student in the Master of Arts in Global Affairs program (MAGS), was selected for his essay response to “The Greatest Challenge Facing Agriculture over the Next Five Years.” Gonzalez earned a bachelor’s in international relations from FIU in 2012.
The School of International and Public Affairs’ Capstone Project is a unique and innovative feature of the MAGA Program and provides an important component to students’ learning experience and training.
After graduating from SIPA’s Master of Arts in Global Affairs Program, Kristy Wright went off to intern at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in Washington D.C.
After graduating from SIPA’s Master of Arts in Global Affairs Program, Brittany Kaylor and Monica Posada went to a 5 eyes Intelligence Conference in Washington D.C. to present their piece on the Foreign Language Deficit in the Intelligence Community.