Congratulations 2015 IPSS fellows!
This Spring, 30 International Professional Service Semester fellows set off to work in Austria, Italy, Myanmar, Namibia, Peru, Romania, Samoa, Switzerland, Thailand, the United Kingdom, Washington D.C., and Monterey County. These students worked for some of the most well known organizations in the international policy world, including The United Nations Development Program, UN Women, The Food and Agriculture Organization, The World Trade Organization, World Wildlife Fund, The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, The Marine Conservation Institute, The International Atomic Energy Agency and the International Organization for Migration.
IPSS fellows have written that their internships were tremendously valuable, both academically and professionally. Students were able to expand on their academic studies through trainings, conferences, and field-research.
Several of these semester long internships have resulted in job offers for IPSS 2015 fellows! We wish all fellows the best in their new careers!