Many of you will seek employment within the federal government structure within Washington, DC. In an effort to prepare you for your work in that environment (or any similar political nerve center), I would like to share several Rules for Washington, written by Dr. Andrew Exum, formerly of the Center for New American Security.*
Each summer for the past several years, Syracuse University students have participated in the seminar program, “Current Issues in African Migration,” jointly offered by the International Organization for Migration and SU Abroad. As part of this project in the summer of 2013, international relations graduate student Benjamin Albert was profiled by IOM’s blog as part of the Next Generation of Aid Workers. Continue reading
When you have additional time on your hands, those of you who are interested in eventually working within the Federal Government may want to consider pulling together information for your federal resume (which may be substantially different than a private or non-profit resume). Continue reading
As a part of this year’s Geneva Summer Practicum, myself and 6 other Maxwell students traveled to Geneva, Switzerland for full-time accredited internships with international organizations such as the International Organization for Migration, UNICEF, and, in my case, the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention’s Implementation Support Unit (ISU).