SIA will supplement funds, up to the level of full tuition and approximate living expenses for two years, provided by the Pickering, Rangel, and Payne fellowships administered by U.S. State Department and USAID.
SIA hosted a panel of featuring experts from across Penn State and two high-ranking officials from the Sri Lankan government to discuss the state of human rights around the globe.
Whether they were working at foreign embassies, working to end human trafficking around the world, or even using an internship opportunity to transition into a full-time position with an international NGO, students at the Penn State School of International Affairs spent their summers making a difference across the world.
"SIA is designed for students to completely erase any pre-established limit they’ve set for themselves,” said alumni Alfredo Malaret.
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