StormHur Posted June 23, 2015 Share Posted June 23, 2015 Hi! I am wondering how competitive people think I could potentially be for the following programs (I have not seriously studied for the GRE at this point, so I am ommitting my rough scores... I am asking for comments primarily based on my applicant profile): Fletcher (MALD) HKS (MPP) IA at SAIS/GU/SIPA GA at Jackson Sex: Male (LGBTQ) Ethnicity: White Age: 21 (entering senior year) GPA: 3.8 Experience: Host Country Affairs Intern at the Untied States Mission to the United Nations (current) Research Assistant at the Darnal Award for Social Justice • Conducted comparative effectiveness research • Assisted in research on social justice issues occurring in Nepal in regard to Dalit rights • Participated in think tanks with the goal of improving dialogue and inspiring discourse on topics concerning social justice for Dalits via a web-based platform Public Policy Intern at GMHC (formerly known as Gay Men's Health Crisis) • Wrote an article titled "From Churches to Mosques: We Need to Include Every Faith Community in the Fight Against HIV", which focuses on the need to expand faith-based HIV prevention and treatment efforts to include Muslim communities due to current North African immigration flows. (this three-page single-spaced article is due to be published on June 25, 2015 in POZ Magazine) • Interviewed GMHC clients • Drafted call-to-action letters addressed to New York State government leaders • Drafted public comments on GMHC’s response to New York State’s Compassionate Care Act Research Assocaite at the India China Institute The Sacred Himalaya Initiative: Sacred Landscapes and Sustainable Futures, is a new Luce Foundation funded initiative which builds on the successes of the Everyday Religion and Sustainable Environments in the Himalaya (ERSEH) initiative. For the next three years (2014-2017), ICI will be working with a team of researchers from India, China, Nepal and the United States to study and document relationships between religion and ecology, sacred landscapes, pilgrimage routes and ecological, economic and cultural sustainability and resilience in the Himalaya. Paralegal Intern at Children's Rights • Executed data and factual research on child welfare systems • Created memorandums of senate hearings that dealt with policy developments in the child welfare system • Proofed and cite-checked legal documents • Worked on creating an exhibit list and other trial preparatory materials Policy Intern at the Midtown Community Court • Drafted Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) for programs mandated by the Midtown Community Court through the Center for Court Innovation • Co-Facilitated workshops for non-custodial fathers with the UPNEXT program for workforce development and fatherhood engagement • Updated and maintained Midtown Community Court Website • Designed one-page materials to advertise programs offered by the Midtown Community Court • Managed and maintained the Midtown Community Court Facebook page Legal Intern at the New York City Criminal Court under Judge Felicia A. Mennin, A.J.S.C. • Sat bench with Judge Felicia A. Mennin, A.J.S.C. • Attended workshops on the New York Criminal Justice System • Visited and attended trials at multiple courts throughout the five boroughs of New York City - New York Criminal Court - Kings County Criminal Court - Red Hook Community Court - Midtown Community Court Academic Involvement: Chair of University Student Government *successfully negotiated with the Board of Trustees to create two Student Trustee positions with full voting power Member of the Disciplinary Review Panel at University Member of the Security Advisory Committee at University Honors: Point Foundation Semifinalist (Point Foundation empowers promising LGBTQ students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential – despite the obstacles often put before them – to make a significant impact on society.) University Student Leader of the Year for 2014-2015 Academic Year Dean's List College Scholarship Volunteer Work: 2015 NYC AIDS Walk Coursework (including first semester of senior year): International Human Rights Law (graduate-level) Critical Security Studies (graduate-level) Displacement, Asylum, Migration (graduate-level) Human Rights Research & Advocacy Methods (graduate-level) Rights of the Accused Spatial Thinking with GIS Settler Colonialism, Indigenous Resurgence, and the Politics of Climate Justice Justice & the American Trial Process Seeking Refuge- Cambodia Stealth Journalism Web Coding for Interactive Design News, Narrative, and Design 1 & 2 Global Economics Microeconomics Modern Political Theory Encounternig Religious Pluarlism French 1-3 French Grammar/Composition 1 Arts & Neuroscience Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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