University of California, San Diego
February 27, 2008
ALL STUDENTS AT UCSD
The University of California, San Diego has been invited by the United Negro College Fund Special Programs Corporation (UNCFSP) to participate in the Institute for International Public Policy (IIPP) program. The program is in its thirteenth year and has brought together exceptional minority students as IIPP Fellows to prepare them for careers and leadership positions in the international affairs and service.
The academically rigorous, professionally-focused five-year program is looking for college sophomores who are interested in educational and training experiences important and beneficial to entry and advancement in international affairs and services careers.
The five-year program includes:
* International public policy courses that prepare Fellows for their Masters degrees in international affairs
* Studying abroad
* Intensive foreign language training
* Career counseling
* Internships related to Fellows' career goals
* Masters degree in International Affairs
As a sophomore, students will be accepted into the IIPP Fellowship Program beginning their experience with the seven-week Sophomore Summer Policy Institute (SSPI). After successfully completing the Sophomore Summer Policy Institute, they will participate in IIPP's Junior Year Study Abroad component (JYSA), the Junior Summer Policy Institute (JSPI), Summer Language Institute (SLI), IIPP Internships, and onto the Master's Degree Program in International Affairs.
**APPLICATION DEADLINE IS MARCH 15TH!
Applications from college sophomores are not considered complete until all documents have been received. Please remember to complete all sections of the online application. Decision will be mailed no later than May 1st!
Please see the attached PDF for more information on the program. For the application and guidelines, please visit please visit the IIPP website: http://WWW.UNCFSP.ORG/IIPP.
If you have questions or comments, please contact the Office of the Associate Vice Chancellor for International Affairs by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 858-822-1828.