The Global Access Pipeline (GAP) project is a consortium that provides a "pipeline" for the underrepresented to achieve leadership positions in international affairs across governmental, non-profit and private sectors in the United States. The GAP project links pre-collegiate programs for underrepresented and at-risk students with college- and graduate-level programs that are then tied to key mid-career leadership programs. These, in turn, become part of special recruitment efforts at prominent senior level institutions from which leadership cadres and policy advice are drawn.
American University is an associate member of this network of Hispanic-Serving Institutions which provides a number of opportunities for current students, from the Hispanic National Internship Program to conferences and other networking opportunities. Consider becoming a student member of HACU by filling out the application.
AAUW offers leadership programs and resources that help augment what students learn at college, on and off the campus. Our college/university (C/U) partner members create opportunities for their students to break through barriers — both on campus and in their future jobs and communities.
Information about the Post-9/11 GI Bill, the Yellow Ribbon Program and other Veterans' Benefits related to education and career planning can be found on the VA website.
The 100,000 Strong Foundation’s mission is to expand and diversify the number of Americans studying Mandarin and studying abroad in China. The goal is to bridge the gap between cultures, strengthen the US-China economic and strategic relationship, and enhance global stability.