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Are you interested in working in the nonprofit sector after you graduate? Are you highly motivated, articulate, eager to learn, willing to work hard and committed to the Atlanta community? If so, you should consider applying for the Summer Fellowship Program of the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta.
To find out more about The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, please visit their website. To find out more about the Summer Fellowship, click the PDF below.
2013 Summer Fellowship Program
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Public Interest Internship Program
Full details: http://www.cspinet.org/about/jobs/200801042.html
Sponsor: Center for Science in the Public Interest
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) is a national consumer organization that focuses on health and nutrition issues. CSPI offers internships for a small number of qualified students each summer and during the school year. CSPI focuses primarily on health and nutrition issues, disclosing deceptive marketing practices, dangerous food additives or contaminants, and flawed science propagated by profits.
Candidates may be students in undergraduate, graduate, law, or medical school with a background suitable to the project …
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BSPP graduate Rebecca Bullard was one of 188 students accepted at the University of Southern California Law School — out of more than 5,000 applicants. Here’s what she says about her interests in policy and law:
When I started at Georgia Tech, I already had an idea that I wanted to go to law school, but my undergraduate experience helped me to understand why that was what I wanted and how I should go about doing it. By studying International Affairs and Public Policy at Georgia Tech, I learned how those disciplines …
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Mr. Bonilla is the Director of Alumni and Career Services and Research Grants Administration for the School of Public Policy. He supports faculty and graduate students with grant-related services (grant searches, training, proposal development, budgeting, submissions, and reporting) as well as alumni outreach and career services for students (training, advisement, resume review, internships, career planning, and job searches).
Read one students success story below:
Through my frenzy for searching for an internship for months to satisfy the requirement, I stumbled upon Mr. Bonilla on LinkedIn (luckily). I emailed him one morning to …
Here is a list of undergraduate courses to be offered in Spring 2013. Some last-minute changes are possible. Clusters are listed; remember that although some courses are listed as applicable to more than one cluster, you can apply each course toward only one cluster.
Biddle Intro Philosophy – 27663 – PHIL 2010 – JB PHIL
This course is a topics-based introduction to Western philosophy. We will examine some of the most fundamental issues of human existence, including the existence and nature of God; the nature of the mind and the mind-body problem; …
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Senate Budget and Evaluation Office October 15, 2012
Program Analyst Announcement
The Senate Budget & Evaluation Office (SBEO) is looking to hire a Program Analyst to staff one or more Senate Appropriations subcommittees. At this time we are looking specifically for candidates to staff the Public Safety Subcommittee and the General Government Subcommittee.
Analysts will be part of a team-oriented, collaborative environment that focuses on budget-related research, evaluation, and analysis as well as the development of the budget for the State of Georgia. The analyst will report to the Deputy Director of SBEO. …