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Student-Faculty Collaborative Research

 

For more information about careers in IA and a list of recommended books, websites, and resources for beginning your search, click here.

 

Portland-area Internships

Congressman Earl Blumenauer

Medical Teams International

Mercy Corps

Port of Portland

Senator Jeff Merkley

The World Affairs Council of Oregon

 

Internships beyond Portland

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Student Work Program

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Postsecondary Grants Internship Program

U.S. State Department

USTR internships

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Internships

Mountbatten Internship Programme

Senator Merkley’s Washington D.C. Office

Senator Wyden’s Washington D.C. Office

Department of Commerce

El Pomar Program

National Council on U.S. Arab Relations

 

Graduate Program Information

 

A special cooperative arrangement exists between Lewis & Clark College and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS), formerly the Monterey Institute of International Studies, an excellent West Coast professionally-oriented interdisciplinary graduate program in international relations.  The agreement allows Lewis and Clark students who have majored in International Affairs to go to MIIS for an accelerated program (48 credits and 3 semesters, instead of 60 credits and 4 semesters) for these master’s programs: International Policy and Development; Public Administration (MPA); and Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies. Students who qualify and take advantage of this program “are guaranteed a $10,000 annual scholarship.”  Bob Mandel has been designated as the advisor to the program.

 

APSIA:  Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs

The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) is a consortium of graduate schools, specifically professional schools of international affairs. The site provides information about the leading graduate professional programs (two-year programs) in international affairs for prospective students.

 

Academic Awards & Fellowships

Oregon Consular Corps International Affairs Scholarship

The Dean’s Academic Awards & Fellowships page
                

                 The Rena J. Ratte Memorial Award

Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Fellowship Program

Villers Fellowship for Health Care Justice

The Woodrow Wilson-Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Fellowships for Aspiring Teachers of Color

The Pew Charitable Trust: Pre Leadership Year

Academic Awards & Fellowships blog 

   

Professional Development

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace:  Junior Fellows Program

Mountbatten Institute London Internship Program