[eDebate] Taylor internship applications at CSIS due Friday
Tue Feb 26 09:58:55 CST 2002
Just a reminder that applications for the 6th Annual Annual William J. Taylor internship are due Friday.
The Taylor internship recognizes the outstanding training intercollegiate debate gives students by reserving one paid internship annually at CSIS, exclusively for a college debater.
Eligibility: Applications are due March 1, 2002. Candidates for the award must currently be undergraduate (including seniors graduating this year) policy debaters. Major field(s) of study should be related to international affairs. Applicants are expected to have strong writing skills, an exemplary debate record, an interest in international affairs, strong communications skills, as well as demonstrated leadership potential and maturity.
Application: Simply submit a cover letter and resume (which would include some indication of your debate record, specifically whether you expect to receive a first-round or not) by March 1 to:
Editor-in-Chief, The Washington Quarterly
1800 K St., NW
Washington DC 20006
E-mail applications will be accepted at alennon at csis.org
Recommendations from coaches and short (no more than 3 page) writing samples 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. Dr. Taylor was a professor and director of national security studies as well as the director of debate at West Point. He is the author, coauthor, or coeditor of 16 books and more than 300 articles on international security affairs. He has been responsible for bringing many debaters to CSIS--including Mike Mazarr, the 1986 NDT finalist from Georgetown and former editor of The Washington Quarterly; and Alex Lennon, 1990 NDT champion from Harvard and current editor-in-chief of TWQ.
Previous recipients of the award include:
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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