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The office of Congressman Bill Posey [FL-08] is currently seeking highly motivated and organized applicants for a full-time or part-time unpaid internship for the 2016 fall internship program. The internship is scheduled to run from August to December, but the months of the internship may vary depending on the availability or school schedule of the applicant. The internship program is open to college students and recent graduates who are interested in learning more about our country's legislative process and the day-to-day operations of a congressional office. Candidates should possess interest in the legislative process, excellent communication skills, and attention to detail. Responsibilities will mostly include, but are not limited to: answering phones, leading tours of the U.S. Capitol and performing various administrative tasks. Florida ties are preferred, but are not required. The deadline to apply is July 31, 2016. If interested, please send a resume to FloridaConservativeRepublican@gmail.com with "2016 Fall Internship" in the subject line. No phone calls or walk-ins will be accepted.
Student Pirgs, New Voters Project/Voter - Internship
Internships and Careers with the National Security Agency
Center for International Policy
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Defense Intelligence Agency
Department of Energy
Foreign Policy Association (Latin American Studies Internship)
Graduate Assistantship Program Opportunities at the Carter Center
Latin America Working Group
National Student Leadership Forum
U.S. Department of State
Student Internship Information Brochure (104kb, PDF)
Youth and United Nations Internships
The Department of Government & International Affairs is very pleased to announce that Raheleh Dayerizadeh, Academic Advisor for Pre-Law, Political Science, and International Studies majors, was recently awarded the University’s Outstanding Undergraduate Academic Advising Award. The award, which requires an extensive nomination process, is given to only a select few academic advisors each year. Congratulations Raheleh on this outstanding and well-deserved achievement!
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Hiba Hechiche, Professor in the Department of Government & International Affairs, who was inducted into The Martin Luther King Jr. Collegium of Scholars of Morehouse College earlier this year. The ceremony was held in the Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Hechiche also presented a paper entitled, "A Muslim Inter-Faith Itinerary and the Categorical Imperative of Tolerance" at the Peace-Building Conference following the induction ceremony. More information about both events is available here.
Congratulations to all of our International Studies and Political Science Spring 2015 graduates!
In particular, we would like to recognize the following individuals, who were honored at the College of Arts & Sciences Commencement Ceremony on May 1st, 2015:
Adam Bent, King O'Neal Scholar
Alan Mohammed, King O'Neal Scholar
Hiram Rios, Outstanding Undergraduate Award, national scholarship recipient, and Undergraduate Scholar Award
Zachary Tomlinson, Undergraduate Scholar Award and national scholarship recipient
Austen Eberhardt, Undergraduate Scholar Award
Alexandra Holliday, Undergraduate Scholar Award
At the Spring 2015 undergraduate commencement ceremony, the Department of Government & International Affairs had 11 students that graduated cum Laude, 13 students that graduated Magna cum Laude, and 7 students that graduated Summa cum Laude.
We are very proud of all of our students and wish them great success in their future endeavors!
GIA Undergraduate Newsletter
Introducing the Government & International Affairs department newsletter.
Please click here to view the Spring 2016 Newsletter for the Government & International Affairs Department.
4 former Speakers of the Florida House to participate in USF event [02.03.2016]
Professor Susan MacManus will moderate discussion at the Old Capitol Museum in Tallahassee.
USF to host panel discussion of former Speakers of the Florida House [12.16.2015]
Former Speakers of the Florida House of Representatives Will Weatherford, Tom Feeney, H. Lee Moffitt, Ralph Haben and Donald Tucker will be the featured panelists at the University of South Florida's inaugural Florida Legislative Speakers Forum.
USF-Nielsen Survey: Economy remains top issue facing Florida [10.07.2015]
Results of the USF-Nielsen Sunshine State Survey will be disseminated weekly through the month of October. This public policy survey addresses many hot-button issues facing the state.
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