The National Biosafety and Biocontainment Training Program (NBBTP) Fellowship,is a two-year immersive professional development program for Life Science majors interested in biosafety careers.
visit www.nbbtp.org; applications are due July 5
NBBTP Fellowships are available only to U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents, or nationals of the United States who meet all federal regulations and policies necessary for working with select agents.
Thinking about law school? The Duke Law D.C. Summer Institute on Law and Policy is a great way to try it out and a chance to learn from premier Duke Law faculty — without ever leaving Washington.
Ever thought about working for your favorite team? Have you considered working in sports but not sure how to get there?
Wisconsin Public Radio announces launch of Second Century News fellowship. Location: Milwaukee, WI
The Second Century Fellowship is designed for a recent graduate or early career reporter and is meant to prepare journalists of color, and those from other groups underrepresented in the media industry, for successful news careers. The successful candidate will work as a reporter in Wisconsin Public Radio’s Milwaukee newsroom for 12 months starting in July 2016.
Big news! The University of Virginia has partnered with Handshake, a spiffy new career development platform that will replace CAVLink (not as spiffy, definitely not as new) as of JUNE 15th 2016.
The Washington, D.C. chapter of the Society for International Development (SID-W) will hold its annual conference on May 23. They are looking for individuals interested in the field of international development to volunteer at the conference. Volunteers receive free entrance to the entire conference and gain valuable insight into this field! Volunteers are asked to be present for one shift throughout the day, helping with registration, greeting, and monitoring breakout sessions.
Emily Gorcenski, Research Engineer at Barron Associates, Inc.
We are pleased to announce the second annual competition for the Charles H. Koch Jr. Fellowship to provide financial support up to $5000 to help cover the expenses of internships related to foreign affairs of students in the College of Arts and Sciences during the summer of 2016. The judges of the competition will give priority to funding internships requiring travel abroad. In order to maximize the assistance provided by the fellowship, they may decide to divide the funds among more than one student.
Applications should include: