Dish Promotions is having a writing contest and the winner will be awarded with a $1,000 scholarship.
Applicants must answer in 600 to 1000 words, the following:
Explain what makes watching a sporting event live more valuable than watching it pre-recorded, and why this is different from most other programming.
Additionally, two professional sources are required (Wikipedia does not count as a professional source). Also, all applicants must use perma.cc if they choose to use online sources and use MLA citation style for their work. *Citations will not be included in the word count limit.*
To learn more about this opportunity or to access the application, click HERE.
In this internship, students are academic-participants in a project exploring ways communities work to address conflicts and concerns regarding housing issues and the ways by which they attempt to resolve them.
Students selected for this internship will work in the organization, learn the role that the organization plays in community life and explore its role in dealing with issues of housing in the community. In the academic component of the internship, students enroll in ISP 392. This course focuses on how communities work to address local problems and develop means to resolve them by considering how government, not for profits, and landlords/developers negotiate community based housing issues on a local level.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact Prof. S. Leftoff in the Interdisciplinary Studies Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 212.237.8452. For the flyer, click HERE. For the application, click here.
The Public Policy & International Affairs Program (PPIA) have continuously supported students pursue graduate degrees in public policy and international affairs. The PPIA Fellowship begins with the completion of a Junior Summer Institutes (JSI), a seven week summer program that prepares students for these graduate programs, and other leadership roles.
Students selected for the 2017 JSI Fellowship cohort will study at one of five participating universities: Carnegie Mellon University, Princeton University, University of California, Berkeley, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota.
Students also receive a stipend of up to $1,500, housing at their JSI university, books and materials related to their summer course, and other benefits that can be found on the PPI website, here.
- Must be a United States citizen or legal permanent resident
- UC Berkeley and Princeton University can accept international students who are studying at US institutions.
- Applicants must have an expected graduation date between December 2017 and August 2018.
- Must not have attained a Bachelor’s Degree prior to start of Junior Summer Institute.
- Must be committed to completing a Master’s Degree in public and/or international affairs at one of the PPIA Consortium graduate schools.
- Must be interested in contributing to the diversity of perspectives present in the PPIA Fellowship Program.
The deadline to apply is November 1, 2016.
For more information on the application process follow this link.