Learn about two master’s degree–funding opportunities for U.S. citizens aimed at training and preparing a diverse population for pursuing Foreign Service careers: the Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship and the Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship. A recent Rangel Fellow will be on hand to discuss the application process and benefits; the Rangel program also offers a Summer Enrichment Program for sophomores and juniors.
Also meet representatives of Princeton’s own Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative (SINSI), which offers summer internships and funding for Princeton’s Master in Public Affairs degree. SINSI internships are open to sophomores and juniors. U.S. citizens across all class years who are interested in careers in policy and international affairs are welcome to attend; all master’s degree opportunities are open to seniors.
For additional information, see:
Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship: https://pickeringfellowship.org/
Scholars in the Nation’s Service (SINSI): http://wws.princeton.edu/undergraduate-programs/sinsi
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