Presentation on the Global Engagement Program, an opportunity for prestigious internships in New York City, by Brian Campbell, outreach coordinator for the SUNY Global Engagement Program.
The SUNY Global Engagement Program is administered by the Center for International Programs and the Department of Political Science and International Relations at SUNY New Paltz. The New York City–based internship program provides students from all majors who are interested in global affairs with an internship in nongovernmental, governmental, or intergovernmental organizations along with a rigorous academic program.
Past students have been placed in internships with such organizations as the United Nations Department of Public Information, the Clinton Global Initiative, Doctors Without Borders, and the Council on Foreign Relations. Alumni have been placed in full-time paid employment with Doctors Without Borders and the Clinton Foundation. Others are employed in positions with nongovernmental organizations, government agencies, and the private sector.
This event is hosted by the International Relations programs (B.A. and minor), housed in the Political Science Department.
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