Application Open for 2019 Public Policy & International Affairs (PPIA) JSI Program-DEADLINE: Thursday, November 1 2018

Students, Advisers, and Student Programs: We are recruiting applicants for the 2019 Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute Program!  If you know of outstanding undergraduate college juniors nationwide who are interested in pursuing graduate school in public policy, international affairs and law, and are committed to issues affecting underrepresented communities, please forward them the application information below.  The deadline is November 1, 2018.

 

To apply, visit: 

Getting Started: https://www.ppiaprogram.org/ppia/what-we-do/junior-summer-institutes/how-to-apply/

 

Direct Application Link: https://jsiawards.ppiaprogram.org/

 

For more information about the JSI’s visit: https://www.ppiaprogram.org/ppia/partners/junior-summer-institutes/

 

Through the PPIA application, applicants can be considered at one of five Junior Summer Institutes, including: UC Berkeley’s Goldman School, Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School, Michigan’s Ford School, Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz College and the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School!

 

Here is specific information about UC Berkeley’s PPIA Junior Summer Institute Program.  For information about all of the five institutes, please see the email below or visit: https://www.ppiaprogram.org/ppia/

 

The PPIA Junior Summer Institute at UC Berkeley offers student participants a rigorous seven-week program of coursework designed to improve the participants’ analytical, quantitative and legal skills vital to success at top-level graduate programs in public policy and international affairs as well as law school. Additionally, the Institute includes a variety of activities intended to give participants a comprehensive knowledge of the opportunities for professional careers in public service. Each year the program admits approximately 30 undergraduates from across the nation.

 

UCPPIA Law Fellowship – Each summer, 10 of the 30 students interested in pursuing joint degrees in public policy and law are selected as UCPPIA Law Fellows.  In addition to learning the fundamentals of policy analysis, the Law Fellows will be exposed to the topics and skills necessary to gain entry to and succeed at a top law school. The UCPPIA Law Fellowship is launched in conjunction with UC Berkeley School of Law and is designed to shape future leaders committed to representing under-served communities in the areas of public policy and law.

 

For questions or information about UC Berkeley’s PPIA Program, please contact me:

 

Dov Benmoshia, PPIA Program Manager at dbenmoshia@berkeley.edu.

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