Apply Now: Summer 2023 Undergraduate Fellowships at the Institute of World Politics
Do you know a promising undergraduate student interning in DC this summer? The Institute of World Politics is accepting applicants on a rolling basis for its new JMC-supported American Statecraft Fellowship, designed to supplement an undergrad’s summer internship or summer coursework.
During the summer of 2023, a small cohort of undergraduate students will participate in a 10-week seminar that will meet one evening a week. During these weekly seminar meetings at IWP’s campus, American Statecraft Fellows will learn about, and discuss, the how, as well as the why, of statecraft and strategy with IWP’s own faculty.
Topics will include not only intelligence, counterintelligence, military strategy, political warfare, economic statecraft, diplomacy, and the national security policy process itself, but also the founding principles of America for the sake of which these instruments of national power are integrated into a grand strategy.
Additionally, and equally important, the American Statecraft Fellows will be invited to participate in various aspects of campus life at IWP all summer long. Participants will not simply be American Statecraft Fellows, in other words, but members of the IWP community.
Any college or university undergraduate, or recent graduate (December 2022 or May 2023) not already pursuing an advanced degree, may apply to the ASF. Qualified applicants should be students in good academic standing from a regionally accredited institution with a minimum 3.2 GPA, and must have taken introductory courses in history, political science, international affairs, or economics. They should also be able to demonstrate how their interests and goals align with IWP’s Mission.
The following materials should be sent together via email to Tim McCranor (email@example.com). A brief interview may be a part of the application process.
- an internship application;
- a one to two-page resume;
- academic transcripts (unofficial copy is acceptable);
- an essay on professional and educational goals (typewritten, 500 words);
- and a three to five-page writing sample (related to International Affairs, National Security, or Intelligence).
For questions about the program, or applying, please reach out to IWP’s Academic Program Manager and Adjunct Professor, Tim McCranor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Applications are now being accepted on a rolling basis, with the fellowship beginning May 31, 2023.
From the school
The Institute of World Politics (IWP) is an independent graduate school devoted to the study of statecraft, national security, and international affairs. It was founded to fill a major national need: to supply professional education in these topics that no other school offered.
About 10 years ago, IWP launched its first undergraduate program, an Internship, which provides young students the opportunity to conduct research with IWP scholar-practitioners and to explore career options in national security and international affairs. Thanks to the overwhelming success and popularity of this program, IWP decided to launch its second undergraduate program, the American Statecraft Fellowship (ASF).
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