Undergraduate Diversity Fellowship
The National Bureau of Asian Research is Extending educational, professional, and mentorship opportunities to students of color who are interested in pursuing a career in international affairs and Asia policy. Click here to apply! Read below to learn more!
APPLICATION NOW OPEN, DEADLINE: MARCH 28, 2021
The NBR Undergraduate Diversity Fellowship program encourages the applications of students who are members of groups historically underrepresented in the think tank and policymaking communities and are interested in a career in international affairs.
- Be a freshman or sophomore in college with a legal authorization to work in the United States.
- Be interested in Asia and U.S. foreign policy with demonstrated academic achievement and leadership potential.
- May–August 2021 fellowship is entirely virtual.
- Orientation (part-time, stipend provided) Prepare for the summer fellowship under mentorship of a supervisor in May.
- Summer Immersion (full-time, stipend provided) Develop skills for future careers and network in the policy community.
- Professional Development – Learn how to write memos, manage projects, support senior staff, and more.
- Lunchtime Series Engage informally with policy professionals and hear about their career experiences.
To be considered for a fellowship, an applicant must submit the following materials through NBR’s application website:
- A short resume that includes academic and leadership achievements.
- A two-page statement of interest that addresses your interest in Asia and U.S. foreign policy and how this fellowship program will contribute to your studies and future career plans.
- An unofficial university transcript.
- Contact information for three professional or academic references.
Virginia Management Fellows Program
The Virginia Management Fellows program is a innovative and prestigious fellowship that features educational and hands-on learning seminars, a leadership certificate program, 8-month rotations in three state agencies, and a manager-level agency mentor for each of the rotations. Fellows also lead and direct service-learning initiatives. Upon successful completion of the program, Fellows are invited to apply to state positions. To learn more and apply, click the flyer below! Applications are due Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 11:59pm.
DC Networking Opportunity
Networking and policy opportunity with Local University Conservatives (LUC) Network!! Check out the flyer below to learn more!
State Delegate Campaign Internship
Remote internship opportunity! For more information, check out the attached flyer. In addition to what is mentioned on the flyer, they are happy to sign off on community service logs, and to provide course credit where possible.
1st China-America Student Conference (ChASC)
The ChASC is currently recruiting Chinese and American Student Leaders to present at their first annual conference! No Chinese language proficiency is required as the official language of the Conference is English. The conference dates are: December 27 – 30, 2020 and January 3 – 7, 2021. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until December 6, 2020. If you are interested click on one of the links below!
Summer 2021 Student Opportunity in Japan: The 73rd Japan-America Student Conference
The 73rd Japan-America Student Conference (JASC) will bring together American and Japanese university students from a variety of academic disciplines to live, travel, and conduct original peer-reviewed research together. Over the course of this academically intensive and culturally immersive conference, delegates will build lifelong friendships, develop cross-cultural communication skills, and connect with leading professionals in the field of US-Japan relations, all while gaining a firsthand understanding of this ever-evolving and multifaceted relationship.
The 73rd JASC will travel to Kyoto; Aomori; Fukushima; and Tokyo, Japan from
August 2 to August 20, 2021
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until
December 11, 2020
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center: Now Accepting Applications!
At the Hopkins-Nanjing Center, students get to study, discuss, and debate some of the most important issues faced by the world today, all while advancing their Chinese language skills in the city of Nanjing. If you are interested in Chinese language and improving your research skills and understanding Sino-global relations, highly consider this opportunity! To learn more and apply, click here!
Voters First Talent Network
Voters First is a political science job search site. They can direct you to internships and careers across the country that best suit your resume, and show you different organizations that you may not know about. To learn more, click here.
Virtual Young Professionals Program 2020-21
Jamestown’s Young Professionals Program is a seasonal lecture series that provides individuals beginning a career in international security with the opportunity to engage current and former top U.S. policymakers, diplomats and Jamestown analysts. Click here to learn more.