Wednesday, February 8, 2017 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
CHC Events Hall

This information session is hosted by Career Services.

Patricia Scroggs, director of the Rangel International Affairs Program, along with State Department Diplomat in Residence Jon Danilowicz, will speak about opportunities for international engagement through the Rangel Program and the Donald M. Payne International Development Program.

These opportunities include:

  • Rangel Graduate Fellowship, which supports graduate school, professional development activities and entry into the State Department Foreign Service
  • Rangel International Affairs Summer Program, which provides undergraduates with a six-week program in Washington DC to explore and prepare for international affairs careers
  • Payne International Development Fellowship Program, which supports graduate school, professional development activities and entry into the USAID Foreign Service

The programs provide generous support for students who want to make a difference in the world through international service.

The Rangel International Affairs program is conducted by both Howard University and the U.S. State Department, designed to attract and introduce young minds for careers in U.S. diplomacy. Specifically, the program works to prepare students for graduate school and entry into the foreign service, as well as a general knowledge of foreign policy.