On Thursday, September 19th Johns Hopkins University Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies is hosting their second annual Taste of Diversity & Inclusion Open House. Please share the following invitation with the students/interns/young professionals in your network! The registration link for prospective students to sign up on Monday, August 19th.
The Association of Professional Schools in International Affairs recently published a one-page resource focused on outlining the various career paths in international affairs. Check it out here!
The Ralph J. Bunche Center has also created a resource for undergraduate students from underrepresented who are interested in internationalizing their undergraduate experience. The handout “maps” out funded opportunities from Freshman to Senior year and beyond. Check it out here!
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The Diversity in National Security Network is working to highlight the contributions of diverse practitioners in U.S. national security and foreign policy.
This work started with first a call to Bring More Diversity to the National Security Arena, followed by a series of lists featuring Black American and AAPI National Security & Foreign Policy Next Generation Leaders. This project continues by seeking to highlight the work of Latinos in national security and foreign policy.
We are seeking nominations for Latinos in these relevant areas including, but not limited to: military and defense, diplomacy, cybersecurity, regional expertise, media and communications in national security, etc. Honorees are currently working on national security and/or foreign policy issues; identify as Latino; and write or speak on relevant issues, are currently in a relevant fellowship, or otherwise working on National Security and/or Foreign Policy issues at an expert level.
Please nominate national security & foreign policy experts that identify as Latino by 11:59PM EST on August 12, 2019.Nominees should be mid career, have demonstrable expertise in national security and/or foreign policy, and are working or have worked in national security or foreign policy.
Please follow @NatSecDiver on Twitter or visit our website to join the community and learn more about diverse national security and foreign policy practitioners.
Thursday, May 9 was the beginning of another successful Conference on Diversity in International Affairs, an annual event co-hosted by the Global Access Pipeline, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the International Career Advancement Program. Nearly 300 attendees convened at the Council’s DC office to discuss a variety of issues related to foreign policy, diversity and inclusion, and more.
For videos, pictures, and more about the 2019 Conference, visit https://conferenceondiversity.org/past-conferences/2019-cdia/.