Planning Ahead

Although my target audience for this website is undergraduate students, I felt it was necessary to include resources for graduate students as well, so that undergrads can have a "bigger picture" of the career opportunities they will have in the next few years and plan ahead.

Below is the list of links to programs for those in graduate school and young professionals.

--The list of internships administered by different UN divisions
--LEAD Program administered by UNDP
--Young Professionals Program administered by the World Bank
--UNESCO/Japan Young Researchers' Fellowships Programme
--Internships with UNOPS
--Future Leaders Program
administered by the Foreign Policy Initiative
--Donald M. Wilson Fellowship by the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights (for law school graduates)
--New Generation Seminar organized annually by East-West Center, Hawaii
--Community Solutions administered by IREX (Not all countries are eligible; the US is NOT eligible)
--Youth in Partnership Program administered by the COADY Int. Institute, Canada
--Global Competitiveness Leadership Program, Georgetown University (candidates must be originally from an Ibero-American country)
--East-West Knowledge Leaders Program, Hawaii, USA (there are some citizenship limitations)
--The Council on Foreign Relations Fellowships (there are some citizenship limitations)
--Fellowships in International Human Rights offered by Human Rights Watch 
--AIF Clinton Fellowship Program, American India Foundation
--Yale World Fellows Program, Yale University
--EarthCorps, Seattle (for international applicants)
--The Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation (US citizens only)
--NIF/SHATIL Social Justice Fellowships in Israel (knowledge of Hebrew or Arabic required; US and Canada citizenship required)
--Online Training for Development (e-courses, scholarships are available)
--The Beinecke Scholarship for Graduate Studies (US citizens only)
--The Luce Scholars Program, Henry Luce Foundation (US citizens only)
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