WACA Weekly Newsletter: February 19, 2019

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February 19, 2019

WACA Weekly

Key Council Programs; Brazil Summer Study; WACNH, WorldDenver Hiring; WAC Michigan's 69th; WAC Kentucky's Japan-U.S. Program; Albright Stonebridge Speakers Available; Great Decisions Teachers Training Institute; Member Benefits & Council Highlights

WACA-Liaison America Scholarship for Brazil Summer Study

The World Affairs Councils of America is pleased to present two opportunities that arise from our relationship with Liaison America, an international education organization connected to five countries and dedicated to working with young people who want to impact lives and make a change in the world.

The first initiative is a 30-day scholarship opportunity for one (1) university student to live and experience Brazil this summer through immersion in the culture, education, and language! See scholarship details here.

Also, we present the second opportunity: Following presentations by outstanding Brazilian high school students visiting the U.S. in Liaison America's "Triple L" Program - both at WACA headquarters and to Council leaders who attended the WACA Breakfast at the Global Ties U.S. National Meeting - we will offer a Liaison America webinar for Council leaders and staff on February 28. This webinar will provide information for Councils interested in fee-for-service hosting of similar student groups from Brazil in July 2019 and January 2020. It will include information on program goals, administrative responsibilities, logistics, and funding.

Council of the Month Hosts Finding Refuge Film Series

The World Affairs Council of New Hampshire will host a three-part film series and discussion: Finding Refuge: The Human Flow. Part one will be shown on Wednesday, February 27. Learn more.

Also, WACNH is hiring! A Program Coordinator is sought to help plan, publicize, and implement the nonprofit’s public events to fulfill the organization’s mission of fostering learning, discussion, and citizen involvement in world affairs around the state. Apply here.

WorldDenver to Hire New Executive Director

WorldDenver -- Executive Director

An innovative, visionary, mission-driven, and results-oriented leader to lead the organization into the future is sought. A keen interest in global affairs and promoting greater international understanding, as well as a deep knowledge of our Denver and Colorado environments, will be desired hallmarks. Apply here.

Check Out WACA's Member Council Publication Discounts!

Featured Benefit: In its 10th year of publication, PRISM is the peer-reviewed quarterly journal of National Defense University. Many of the security challenges we face today are complex in nature, and can only be successfully met by tapping all the elements of national power. PRISM is leading the effort to map the evolving global threat environment offering insight from the defense, diplomatic, development, and intelligence perspectives, and from thought leaders in the policy-making, practitioner, and scholarly communities.

It's free! For a complimentary subscription, please send your preferred mailing address and desired copy count here.

To learn more about these Member benefits, click here.

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