Note: I'm not sure how to edit my previous post, and I wanted to add some more information.
Programs Considering: HKS, WWS, Georgetown, Columbia, GW, Chicago, LBJ
Undergraduate Institution: Midwest private school. A top Catholic institution
Undergraduate Major: History, Education. Minor in Political Science
Undergraduate GPA: 3.7
Study Abroad: 2 months in South Africa
GRE: Verbal: 162 Quant: 162
Currently finishing up a Fulbright grant in Southeast Asia (1 year grant)
Worked for Burmese Refugee Project for 6 months
Languages: Thai (conversational)
LORs: Should be really strong. One from a political science professor and the other from a history professor of mine
Coursework: Micro and Macro economics. Received A's in both classes. Comparative politics, International Politics, and Statistics.
I want to focus on IR and policy development. I'd love to potentially work a FSO or even for the World Bank.
Concerns: My main concern is my work experience. I graduated in 2013 and have been working internationally since I graduated, but I'm not sure if it is enough to be competitive at the top schools or not.