International Opportunities Postings – January 15, 2021

International Opportunities Postings Opportunities and postings of interest to the GAP and IDEA community. These postings are also made available on the GAP website in the Press Room. Jobs Deputy Project Director - Mandela Washington Fellowship - IREXBid Manager - Business Development Division- FWCProgram Officer- Middle East and North Africa - InternewsAssociate- South Asia Practice …

International Opportunities Postings – January 8, 2021

Opportunities and postings of interest to the GAP and IDEA community. These postings are also made available on the GAP website in the Press Room. Jobs Assistant Editor position at Foreign Affairs (Feb. 9 deadline)Humanitarian OneStreet Program - Director of Philanthropy & Partnerships - REMOTEWestExec Job Opening: Executive AssistantSOUTH AMERICA PROGRAM ASSISTANT (THIRD-PARTY CONTRACTOR)CAREER ADVISOR …

Global Access Pipeline Statement on the January 6 Capitol Attack and Cultivating Democracy

As a consortium of organizations and individuals committed to ensuring that historically minoritized communities are represented in the international affairs arena, the Global Access Pipeline is saddened and appalled by the events that took place at the Capitol on January 6. The actions of all those involved represent a longstanding currents of white supremacy that …

PPIA Public Service Weekend Application Now Open

The PPIA Program is thrilled to continue hosting Public Service Weekends, in partnership with NASPAA, to introduce more students to the broad range of opportunities available in the field of public service. Visit the links below to learn more about each host site's eligibility requirements, conference highlights, and access the application. The application requires a 300-500 word essay, …

2019 Conference on Diversity in International Affairs Another Success

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 …