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Author Topic: The William J. Taylor, Jr. Internship - Accepting Applications  (Read 597 times)
cmcelhin
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« on: April 03, 2017, 11:29:27 AM »

The William J. Taylor internship recognizes the outstanding training intercollegiate debate gives students by reserving one internship annually at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, exclusively for a college debater.

Eligibility: Applications are due April 21, 2017. Candidates for the award must currently be undergraduate (including seniors graduating this year) policy debaters with a 3.0 GPA or higher. Major field(s) of study should be related to global affairs. Applicants are expected to have strong writing skills, an exemplary debate record, an interest in global affairs, strong communications skills, and demonstrated leadership potential and maturity.

Application:  Submit a cover letter, writing sample (no more than 3 pages), and resume (which would include some indication of your debate record) by April 21 to:

Dr. Kathleen Hicks
Senior Vice President; Henry A. Kissinger Chair; Director, International Security Program
CSIS

E-mail applications (and questions) to Colin McElhinny at CMcElhinny@csis.org

Recommendations from coaches are welcome but not required.

About Dr. Taylor: Dr. William J. Taylor was the senior vice president for international security affairs at CSIS until 1999.  He was a professor and director of national security studies as well as the director of debate at West Point.  Dr. Taylor was responsible for bringing many debaters to CSIS. Dr. Taylor passed away in 2014.

Previous recipients of the award include:

2015 Cody Crunkilton, University of Minnesota
2014 Colin McElhinny, University of Mary Washington
2013 Kyle Deming, University of Michigan
2012 Sarah Weiner, University of California, Berkeley
2011 Eli Jacobs, Harvard; Stephanie Spies, Northwestern; and Stephen Weil, Emory
2010 Kevin Kallmyer, Mary Washington College
2009 Seth Gannon, Wake Forest University and John Warden, Northwestern
2008 Chris Jones, USC
2007 Jessica Yeats, Idaho State University
2006 Josh Branson, Northwestern University
2005 Victoria Suarez Palomo, Emory University
2004 Nirav Patel, University of North Texas
2003 Shawn Powers, University of Georgia
2002 Austin Carson, Michigan State University
2001 Andrew Peterson, University of Iowa
2000 Mike Horowitz, Emory University
1999 Chris McIntosh, University of Georgia
1998 Corey Stoughton, University of Michigan
1997 Kelly Dunbar, Baylor University
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cmcelhin
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« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2017, 07:36:41 AM »

Just a reminder to get your applications in by Friday, April 21.

Feel free to reach out (cmcelhinny@csis.org) if you have any questions.


Colin
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