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  • SAIS JHU | SAIS
    MSNBC s Morning Joe to offer insight on the future of Iran as well as current issues surrounding the US Iran nuclear deal and American hostages held in the country Read More The Class of 2005 enjoyed their 10th reunion on a perfect October weekend with family members and the next generation of SAISers Event The Myth of China Land Grabs in Africa Deborah Bräutigam director of the International Development Program and China Africa Research Initiative joined ChinaFile for a discussion on Chinese investments in African agriculture which she examines in her new book Will Africa Feed China Listent to Segment SAIS Perspectives The Johns Hopkins SAIS International Development IDEV Program hosted a 2015 16 launch of its student run publication SAIS Perspectives and photo exhibit on this year s magazine theme migration and displacement Read More SAIS Europe Seminars Virginia Comolli spoke about Europe s Southern Challenges Insecurity in West Africa and the Sahel See Seminar Report Is Keystone XL Pipeline Dead The rejection of the XL Keystone Pipeline by President Obama clears the decks for Prime Minister Trudeau to go to Paris to talk about climate change says Christopher Sands director of the Center for Canadian Studies Read More News Defense in a Disordered World We must rethink what kind of armed forces we need The sources of our military strength are not merely material writes Professor Eliot Cohen in his latest article for The American Interest Read More News China s International Aid Professor Deborah Brautigam director of the International Development Program and China Africa Research Initiative has written an article for The Guardian on China s increasing support for developing countries and what it means for international aid Read More News How to Prevent an Iranian Bomb Professor Michael Mandelbaum makes the case that Tehran s

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  • A - Z Index | SAIS
    Academics SAIS students combine the study of international economics with key policy areas of global concern that span the world s pivotal regions Our students are innovative thinkers and problem solvers and leave well equipped to deal with global challenges 3 Admissions A SAIS degree represents excellence in international relations and our graduates are in great demand Economics knowledge analytical abilities regional expertise diplomatic skills language proficiency and the capacity to apply theory to real world problems give our students a distinct professional advantage 4 African Studies The African Studies Program offers an extensive curriculum covering development governance and security across the continent We draw on leading theories of international politics political economy and comparative analysis in approaching this dynamic region 5 Alumni We are a community of 17 000 strong with alumni residing in international centers such as Tokyo Hong Kong Singapore London Sao Paulo New York Boston San Francisco and in Washington D C Stay connected with each other and with the SAIS community 6 American Foreign Policy The American Foreign Policy Program prepares students to understand the history culture process and politics of America s foreign relations and contemporary issues of American foreign policy 7 Arabic The Arabic program is designed to enable students of international affairs to pursue successful careers in the Foreign Service or other governmental private or international agencies or in fields such as journalism business finance and education 8 Bernard L Schwartz Globalization Initiative The initiative serves as a platform for high level academic research and policy discussion that engages major economic and political issues relating to the processes of globalization incl international trade finance labor technology and governance 9 Billing Tuition and Aid To help you in planning for the costs associated with your education and for the cost of attendance for

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  • Academics | SAIS
    a current global policy challenge Accepting applications for Fall 2015 at the SAIS Washington D C campus Request a Brochure Learn More Join us for an Information Session Master of International Public Policy This flexible full time degree is designed for experienced professionals who wish to develop advanced analytical and leadership skills Studying under world class scholars and practitioners students customize their course of study from an array of functional regional and economic course topics to advance their expertise and position themselves for continued professional success At a Glance Designed for experienced professionals with at least seven years of relevant work experience Completed full time over one academic year Offered at the SAIS DC and SAIS Europe Campuses Request a Brochure Learn More Doctor of Philosophy This full time program is for individuals who hold a Master and seek to become scholars as well as practitioners in international relations Each Ph D candidate works with a faculty adviser to design a unique academic and research plan to prepare for their dissertation Students develop a comprehensive understanding of qualitative and quantitative analytic skills international relations economics and regional studies At a Glance Each Ph D student works with a faculty adviser to plan a comprehensive curriculum Curriculum emphasizes qualitative and quantitative analytic skills Program requires passing three comprehensive exams Students write and defend a prospectus and dissertation Learn more about the Ph D program HNC Certificate The Hopkins Nanjing Center HNC awards a graduate certificate in Chinese and American Studies to international students who attend the HNC for one academic year and take a minimum of six academic courses in Chinese Many choose to take additional classes each semester in English resulting in a mix of international and Chinese students in a given class At a Glance Prior Chinese proficiency at the intermediate to advanced level required Offered only at the Hopkins Nanjing Center Awarded jointly by SAIS and Nanjing University Learn more HNC Certificate SAIS MA Students who meet admissions requirements for both the HNC and SAIS complete two semesters in Nanjing and receive a Certificate in Chinese and American Studies followed by two to three semesters at SAIS s Washington M A program Through these joint programs students can apply their regional and linguistic skills to the broader study of international relations or business Note An offer of admission to either the Hopkins Nanjing Center or to SAIS does not constitute admission to the other institution At a Glance Prior Chinese proficiency at the intermediate to advanced level required Emphasizes international economics global themes world regions and languages Combined study in both Nanjing and Washington DC Learn more Dual Degree and Cooperative Programs To enhance their graduate education and professional opportunities some SAIS students pursue dual degree or cooperative programs in business law public administration public health public policy and international diplomacy SAIS offers partnerships with leading graduate schools in the United States and around the globe Students may create an ad hoc dual degree program of study non formal program with other prominent universities Proposals for ad hoc dual degrees are possible but must be approved by the Office of Academic Affairs NOTE Only top ranked professional schools will be considered for ad hoc dual degrees To be admitted to any of the dual degree programs students must apply to and be accepted by both schools independently To start your SAIS Master of Arts application click here For those accepted to a dual degree program SAIS reduces the number of required courses from 16 to 12 in recognition of course work taken at another approved school Students in the dual degree program receive a quarter semester of advanced standing at each school allowing them to complete the two degrees in one year less than traditionally required Voices of SAIS Dual Degree Options Global Business M A M B A with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania M A M B A with the Tuck School at Dartmouth College M A M B A with INSEAD in France and Singapore Global Health M A M S P H with the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health International Law M A J D with Stanford University Law School M A J D with the University of Virginia School of Law International Relations M A M L with Department of International Relations at Tsinghua University Public Policy M A M P A with the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University Cooperative Degree Programs SAIS Europe offers cooperative two year degree programs with leading European universities for students in the Bologna based Master of Arts in International Affairs M A I A program Students may begin their course of study at either institution earning a Diploma or Master s degree from both Cooperative degree candidates satisfy SAIS Europe s prerequisites in economics and languages and write an original 20 000 word thesis Students apply to both institutions Please contact the SAIS Europe Admissions Office for more information Institut d études politiques de Lille Sciences Po Lille France Students who are pursuing their first year of study for the Master s cycle at Lille can apply to SAIS Europe in Bologna for a second year of study Upon successful completion of their second year at SAIS Europe students will earn both a Master s degree from Sciences Po and Master of Arts in International Affairs M A I A from SAIS Students who begin at SAIS Europe will earn the Bologna Diploma and then go on to pursue a Master s at Sciences Po Lille Diplomatic Academy of Vienna Austria Students who begin the program in Vienna can apply to spend their second year of study in Bologna at SAIS Europe Upon successful completion of study students earn a M A I A from SAIS Students who begin their first year of study at SAIS Europe can spend their second year at the Diplomatic Academy Upon successful completion of their second year in Vienna students

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  • Research | SAIS
    information A privately funded leading center for the study of the region CACI forms a Joint Transatlantic Center with the Silk Road Studies Program of the Institute for Security and Development Policy Stockholm It convenes the biweekly CACI Forum and publishes books the occasional Silk Road Papers and two biweekly journals the Central Asia Caucasus Analyst and Turkey Analyst The Foreign Policy Institute The Foreign Policy Institute FPI was established in 1980 to unite the worlds of scholarship and policy in the search for realistic answers to international issues facing the United States and the world Toward this mission the FPI focuses its work on organizing policy oriented research initiatives and study groups and hosts leaders from around the world as fellows in fields including international policy business journalism and academia The Grassroots China Initiative Established in 2007 and housed at the China Studies Program the Grassroots China Initiative has a threefold mission providing teaching and internships about contemporary realities of life in grassroots China working cooperatively on the ground with grassroots organizations and local officials in China and educating the American public and policy makers about developments in China s grassroots The Grassroots China Initiative uses innovative participatory techniques to work with grassroots non governmental organizations in China helping them to identify and realize their missions and providing training in management and financial skills The US Korea Institute at SAIS The US Korea Institute at SAIS USKI is part of an extensive program which began in 2006 to make the school a hub of Korea related activities in the Washington DC area USKI s mission is to increase information and understanding of Korea and Korean affairs in the United States especially in the Washington D C area With support from the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy the Korea Foundation and private American donors USKI sponsors courses fellowships research and outreach activities regarding Korea at SAIS USKI takes no stands on political or policy issues but seeks to encourage the broadest possible dialogue with and among Americans with an interest in Korea Research Centers Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development The Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Developent CCSDD is a research partnership between SAIS Europe in Bologna Italy and the Law School of the University of Bologna The CCSDD conducts research and training in the field of comparative constitutional law focusing on countries undergoing processes of democratic transition Through conferences workshops publications study trips and speaker series the CCSDD addresses issues of civil society development and legal reform Edwin O Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies Established in 1984 with the explicit support of the Reischauer family the Edwin O Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies at SAIS actively supports the research and study of transpacific and intra Asian relations to advance mutual understanding between Northeast Asia and the United States The Center for Canadian Studies The Center for Canadian Studies is the research arm of the Canadian Studies Program at Johns Hopkins SAIS Students scholars and

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  • Career Services | SAIS
    exploration and alumni networking program for SAIS students interested in the United Nations Participating agencies have included UNCDF UNICEF and the UN Secretariat Houston Energy Trek During the winter break the Energy Environment Career Club and the Washington D C Office of Career Services organize a Career Trek to Houston focusing specifically on the energy sector with an emphasis on fossil fuels Because oil and gas are essential to geopolitics the Houston Trek offers students an ideal opportunity to learn about the industry up close Participating organizations have included ConocoPhillips Deloitte Exxon Mobil GE Power Water Halliburton and SURGE Accelator a start up devoted to supporting energy innovators London Finance Trek To prepare for the fall finance sector recruitment cycles our staff in the SAIS Europe Career Services Office organizes a Finance Trek to London in October Participating companies have included Citibank Goldman Sachs ING JPMorgan Chase Morgan Stanley and Rogge Global Partners Brussels Geneva and London Treks The SAIS Europe Career Services team organizes Career Treks to major European cities for students interested in exploring opportunities with businesses think thanks nonprofits European and multilateral organizations Participating employers have included Brussels Burson Marstellar the European Commission the International Crisis Group and NATO Geneva International Trade Centre UNDP UNHCR and the WTO London the Economist Intelligence Unit Eurasia Group Human Rights Watch IHS and the International Institute for Strategic Studies Asia Trek For nearly ten years SAIS Career Services has organized an inter session Career Trek to Shanghai and Hong Kong to meet with employers primarily in the private sector particularly focusing on financial services and consulting Students from SAIS and the Hopkins Nanjing Center meet with approximately 20 employers spending two days in Shanghai and three days in Hong Kong with an alumni reception in each city Participating organizations have included Bain Citi Converse Deloitte the Economist Intelligence Unit Goldman Sachs HSBC JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley Beijing Trek Since 2012 the Hopkins Nanjing Center has organized a spring career trek to Beijing to meet with employers across all sectors Students visit approximately 12 employers and meet many Beijing based alumni during an alumni reception Participating organizations have included BCG the Gates Foundation Pfizer the U S China Business Council the U S Embassy and Weber Shandwick Professional Skills Courses Career Services offers a series of Professional Skills Courses each semester including several online courses which are also available during the summer and the winter inter session Online skills courses are open to current SAIS students and SAIS alumni Courses taught on campus are open only to current SAIS students and to alumni on a space available basis Skills courses are not open to students on other JHU campuses or to the general public Alumni seeking more information on skills courses should contact Martina Leinz at mleinz jhu edu Fall Semester 2015 Online Skills Courses All SAIS Campuses Online skills courses in Introductory Financial Accounting Advanced Financial Accounting Introductory Finance Spreadsheet Modeling and Quantitative Methods are offered throughout the year Registration for fall semester online skills courses for SAIS students on all three campuses is open until November 15 2015 and courses must be completed by December 15 2015 Registration for spring semester 2016 online skills courses will open in late December so students may work on them during the winter inter session Fall Semester 2015 Skills Courses at the Washington D C Campus The following skills courses will be held on the Washington D C campus during the fall 2015 semester Consulting Skills Corporate Valuation Elections Democracy Assistance Beginning Intermediate MS Excel Introduction to GIS Introduction to Political Risk Analysis Practices of International Mediation Preparing Delivering a Briefing and Writing for Results Policy Memos Course syllabi and a fall schedule of skills courses is posted in SAISWorks in the Document Library Due to limited seating students who register for skills courses on the Washington campus and then drop them less than a week before they begin or simply fail to attend will be subject to a 50 cancellation fee For further information about skills courses in Washington please contact Martina Leinz at mleinz jhu edu Fall Semester 2015 Skills Courses at the SAIS Europe Campus Our SAIS Europe Career Services team will organize a series of Excel courses during the fall semester For further information and registration instructions please contact Meera Shankar at mshankar jhu edu Mini Courses on the Hopkins Nanjing Center Campus The Hopkins Nanjing Center Career Services office coordinates professionally focused mini courses taught by practioners interested in equipping students with knowledge needed in many industries Previous mini courses have included Corporate Social Responsibility Data Analytics Doing Business in China and Microsoft Excel Class number Subject Cluster Campus CS101B Advanced Financial Accounting An Online Course Accounting Finance 100 SAIS Europe Nanjing China Washington D C CS104 SA380 102 Corporate Valuation Accounting Finance 100 Washington D C CS106 Financial Analysis Accounting Finance 100 Washington D C CS103 SA380 103 Financial Modeling Accounting Finance 100 Washington D C CS105 International Financial Reporting Standards Accounting Finance 100 Washington D C CS102 SA380 101 Introductory Finance An Online Course Accounting Finance 100 SAIS Europe Nanjing China Washington D C CS101 SA380 100 Introductory Financial Accounting An Online Course Accounting Finance 100 SAIS Europe Nanjing China Washington D C Class number Subject Cluster Campus CS206 Advanced Microsoft Excel Technical Quantitative 200 Washington D C CS208 Advanced Microsoft Powerpoint Technical Quantitative 200 Washington D C CS204 Beginning Microsoft Excel Technical Quantitative 200 Washington D C CS212 Carbon Markets Design Price Formation Technical Quantitative 200 Washington D C CS205 Intermediate Microsoft Excel Technical Quantitative 200 Washington D C CS207 Intermediate Microsoft Powerpoint Technical Quantitative 200 Washington D C CS210 Interpreting Econometric Analysis Technical Quantitative 200 Washington D C CS209 Introduction to STATA Technical Quantitative 200 Washington D C CS203 IT for Management An Online Course Technical Quantitative 200 SAIS Europe Nanjing China Washington D C CS202 Quantitative Analysis An Online Course Technical Quantitative 200 SAIS Europe Nanjing China Washington D C CS211 Quantitative Energy Analysis Technical Quantitative 200 Washington D C CS201 Spreadsheet Modeling An Online Course Technical Quantitative 200 SAIS Europe Nanjing China Washington D C Class number Subject Cluster Campus CS310 Best Practices in Editing Preparing Writing for Publication Oral Written Communications 300 Washington D C CS311 Business Protocol Oral Written Communications 300 Washington D C CS304 Effective Presentation Skills Public Speaking Techniques Oral Written Communications 300 Washington D C CS302 Effective Writing for Business Public Policy Oral Written Communications 300 Washington D C CS307 Introduction to Media Relations Oral Written Communications 300 Washington D C CS308 Introduction to Photojournalism Oral Written Communications 300 Washington D C CS309 New Media Skills for IR Professionals Oral Written Communications 300 Washington D C CS305 Preparing Delivering a Briefing Oral Written Communications 300 Washington D C CS303 Speech Writing for Public Policy Makers Oral Written Communications 300 Washington D C CS301 Writing for Results Policy Memos Oral Written Communications 300 Washington D C CS306 Writing for the Media Oral Written Communications 300 Washington D C Class number Subject Cluster Campus CS407 Competitive Skills for the Policy Arena Management Leadership 400 Washington D C CS402 Consulting Skills Management Leadership 400 Washington D C CS409 Foundations of PPBE Planning Programming Budgeting Execution Management Leadership 400 Washington D C CS410 Funding for Nongovernmental Organizations Management Leadership 400 Washington D C CS408 Global Agriculture in the 21st Century Management Leadership 400 Washington D C CS404 Introduction to Political Risk Analysis Management Leadership 400 Washington D C CS411 Introductory to Basic Mediation Skills Management Leadership 400 Washington D C CS401 Leadership Skills for Effective Change Management Leadership 400 Washington D C CS403 Management in the 21st Century Management Leadership 400 Washington D C CS405 Practical Negotiating Management Leadership 400 Washington D C CS406 Project Management Management Leadership 400 Washington D C Career Clubs Career Clubs are an excellent opportunity for students with similar professional interests to work together on exploring the field and employers in that sector Career Services works closely with these groups to develop programs and resources for specific fields of interest Students are highly encouraged to get involved with at least one of these clubs to utilize their resources and to play a role in creating a professional development environment at SAIS This is a sampling of Career Clubs at SAIS Careers in Development Careers in Diplomacy Consulting Energy Environment Global Security Conflict Management Global Women in Leadership International Finance International Organizations International Trade Net Impact and Toastmasters Career Fair on the Washington D C Campus Career Services hosts an annual Career Fair on the Washington D C campus during the fall semester in mid October The fair is a great way for students to learn about employers and practice their networking skills with SAIS alumni representing their organizations A sampling of employers who participated in career fairs during previous years include ACDI VOCA A T Kearney Global Business Policy Council The Avascent Group Catholic Relief Services Chemonics International Clinton Health Access Initiative Dalberg Global Development Advisors FBI IRS Kroll MicroVest Capital Management MPowered Strategies Nathan Associates Inc One Acre Fund Population Services International RAND Corporation Search for Common Ground Sidar Global Advisors Taylor DeJongh USAID the U S Department of State the U S Department of the Treasury and the World Bank Career Panel Discussions Throughout the academic year students and alumni participate in career panel discussions some of which are organized with the student led Career Clubs These discussions provide students with valuable sector information and insights about specific organizations and institutions Employer Presentations and Site Visits Throughout the year top SAIS employers participate in on campus presentations to promote their organization explain the recruitment process and in most cases collect résumés for open internships and full time positions Career Services also arranges site visits to local employers with a strong alumni base These visits often include career panels that provide background on the variety of positions available special topic presentations by senior alumni and recruiting presentations by human resources staff Professional Skills Courses Career Services offers students a series of optional non credit co curricular professional skills courses each semester to augment the academic curriculum Courses offered include a mix of finance and accounting techinical and quantitative oral and written communication and management and leadership For more detailed information please click on the Professional Skills Courses tab on this website Mini Courses on the Hopkins Nanjing Center Campus The Hopkins Nanjing Center Career Services office coordinates professionally focused mini courses taught by pratcitioners interested in equipping students with knowledge needed in many industries Previous mini courses have included Corporate Social Responsibility Data Analytics Doing Business in China and Microsoft Excel Workshops Throughout the academic year Career Services staff host a variety of workshops to help students gain a competitive edge when searching for internships and employment opportunities Workshops are designed to provide specific job search tools and skills including résumé writing interviewing networking and negotiating Additional programs are designed for particular industry sectors Class of 2014 Employment Outcomes This data reflects employment statistics based on results of a survey of SAIS MA students who graduated between December 2013 and August 2014 Of the graduates who completed the survey 94 sought and found employment obtained fellowships or internships or had gone on for further study within six months of graduation To review the complete Employment Outcomes Report for 2014 and previous years please click on the link below Current and Previous Years Employment Outcomes Employment Location SAIS graduates are employed all over the world The majority of 2014 SAIS MA graduates concluded their studies in Washington D C and found employment in the United States while 14 percent are working internationally in Europe Asia Latin America Africa and the Middle East Compensation Trends The salary level of SAIS graduates varies considerably depending on geographic location employment sector and functional area within the sector For the Master of Arts graduates of 2013 non dual degree median full time salaries for each sector were as follows Private 65 000 Public 63 000 Nonprofit 55 000 Multilateral 50 000 The above figures do not include the additional salary benefits of SAIS graduates employed in the multilateral sector where income is often tax free Nor does it include signing bonuses or end of year bonuses which can be a significant part of private sector salaries Private Sector Employment Half of the 2014 SAIS MA graduates entered the private sector and many of those went to work in the consulting field in areas such as communications defense and intelligence international development political risk as well as strategic management consulting 2014 Private Sector Employers A T Kearney Accenture Federal Services The Advisory Board Company Albright Stonebridge Group American Continental Group Analytics Anheuser Busch The Asia Group LLC Austrian National Bank Avascent Bain and Company Bank of America Merrill Lynch Berkeley Research Group Blackwood Group Booz Allen Hamilton The Boston Consulting Group Business Monitor International CARANA Corporation Cargill Cartica Capital Castalia Strategic Advisors CEB CJ Lake Climate Advisers Commonwealth Trading Partners Inc Constellation Energy Group Crumpton Group Deloitte Consulting Delphos International Ltd Deutsche Bank Developing Trade Consultants Ltd Drum Cussac The Economist Intelligence Unit EKo Pwop Energetics Inc Energy Intelligence England Company Ernst Young LLP Fabiani Company Far East Horizon Ltd First Solar Inc Fisher Investments UK Fitch Ratings Fontheim International Foreign Policy Magazine The FP Group FRANdata Freeport McMoRan Garten Rothkopf GE Energy Financial Services Gerson Lehrman Group Global Risk Advisors Goldman Sachs Google Gradus Proximus Hanover Research Hewlett Packard HIP Consult Inc IHS Energy Insight IMG Rebel Group IMPAQ International Infusive InterGen Services International Technology and Trade Associates LLP Jeffries JP Morgan Chase Bank Kateri Strategies KPMG Kroll Advisory Solutions LAC Group Laterite Learn it Systems L E K Consulting M Powered Strategies Inc MasterCard Worldwide Mazars McKinsey Company MicroVest Capital Management Mixpanel Moody s Morgan Stanley Nationwide IT Services Inc Navigant Consulting Neptune News Timeline NTT Communications Obsidian Analysis Inc OPOWER Partners Group Phase 2 Technology PNC Bank Powerhive Inc Prometeia SpA The Rapidan Group salesforce com Science Applications International Corporation Security Industry Specialists Inc SIATech Sol Systems LLC Sphere Consulting LLC Strategic Investment Group Syngenta TD International LLC Technip UBS Vincent Roa Group LLC The Wall Street Journal The Walt Disney Company Wells Fargo Securities World Journal Public Sector Employment Of the 2014 MA graduating class 19 percent found employment in the public sector in the U S federal government or in foreign governments The top employer in the public sector was the U S Department of State 2014 Public Sector Employers U S Federal Government Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement Central Intelligence Agency Federal Bureau of Investigation Federal Reserve Bank of New York National Nuclear Security Administration Overseas Private Investment Corp OPIC U S Agency for International Development USAID U S Bureau of Labor Statistics U S Department of Commerce U S Department of Energy U S Department of Justice U S Department of Labor U S Department of State U S Department of the Treasury U S Government Accountability Office U S Institute of Peace U S Intelligence Community U S Military Foreign Governments Council of Europe Embassy of Canada Ministry of Foreign Affairs Thailand Thammasat University Thailand Nonprofit Sector Employment The nonprofit sector actively recruits SAIS graduates for their breadth and depth of knowledge in the international relations arena Approximately 15 percent of the SAIS MA graduating class of 2014 went to work in a variety of areas in the nonprofit sector such as international development think tanks and research and education and training 2014 Nonprofit Sector Employers American Bar Association The American Israeli Public Affairs Committee Atlantic Council The Brookings Institution Catholic Relief Services Center for Constitutional Studies Democratic Development Center for International Private Enterprise Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments Center for Strategic and International Studies Center for Transatlantic Relations Church World Service Crisis Action Emerging Markets Private Equity Association Fair Labor Association FINCA Global Center on Cooperative Security International Institute for Sustainable Development International Labour Organization Japan Center for International Finance The Johns Hopkins University Migration Policy Institute National Public Radio PACT Partners in Health PATH RAND Corporation Safe Water Network TEPAV Economic Policy Research Foundation U S Asean Business Council World Resources Institute Multilateral Sector The multilateral sector employed 13 percent of the SAIS MA class of 2014 International development was the largest functional area of employment within these multilateral organizations Other functional areas of employment in this sector were banking and finance diplomacy microfinance monitoring and evaluation and trade and economics 2014 Multileral Sector Employers Council of Europe European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Inter American Development Bank International Finance Corporation International Monetary Fund Organization of American States United Nations World Bank World Economic Forum World Food Programme Alumni Whether you are looking for help in your own job search or would like to help current students in their professional development Career Services is here to work with you Counseling The SAIS Washington D C campus has a dedicated alumni career counselor to help you review your job search strategy update your resume or obtain contacts at employers of interest To schedule a meeting please dial 202 663 5710 or email sais dc careers jhu edu Meetings can also be conducted via Skype or telephone Please be sure to upload a current resume and profile in SAISworks before you schedule a meeting SAISWorks Gain access to more than 1 000 SAIS alumni and a variety of jobs for both mid and advanced level candidates through SAISWorks an online jobs database SAISWorks also offers the ability to set up search agents that automatically e mail a user defined list of opportunities To obtain a SAISWorks log in and password Click here LinkedIn LinkedIn has become the primary social media tool for professional networking Join the SAIS LinkedIn group of more than 6 000 individuals to network with alumni worldwide and to view jobs for mid and advanced level candidates Click here

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  • Giving | SAIS
    McHugh SAIS Europe Class Initiatives Help make the SAIS unique educational experience accessible to international students with the passion and talent to make a difference in international relations Designate your gift to your SAIS Europe Class Initiatives 1959 1963 1965 1967 1968 1971 1982 1983 1985 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1995 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2006 2011 Successes Philanthropy and community building are key to our success We are extremely grateful to our generous donors who have made it possible to perpetuate the SAIS experience through a number of successfully concluded projects Dedications Celebrating donors for their commitment to SAIS is a meaningful way to foster a sense of community and belonging a priority for SAIS We honor our donors through named building spaces research programs Chairs bequests and fellowships The SAIS Europe Building The SAIS Europe building campaign was an incredible success story 90 percent of donors to the campaign are Bologna alumni Many have given individually many through a class initiative It was the exceptional generous and overwhelming response of alumni and friends to the campaign that made this project a reality Private philanthropy supported the SAIS Europe building renovation and addition the most ambitious project the Center has faced since its establishment in Via Belmeloro 11 Donors were recognized throughout the campus with named rooms and public spaces Make a Gift To make a gift please select the campus location below Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China Washington Donate Online Make a gift or pledge payment to SAIS by credit card onli ne If you would prefer to make a contribution by phone or have questions regarding your gift please call 202 663 5630 Donate by Mail Send a check made payable to SAIS to Office of Development and Alumni Relations Johns Hopkins University SAIS 1740 Massachusetts Avenue N W Washington D C 20036 Matching Gifts Many companies sponsor matching gift programs that increase the impact of their employees contributions by matching your gift dollar to dollar or perhaps even double or triple matching it Find out what your employer s policy is and help your gift go further Securities If you are interested in making a gift of securities please visit the Johns Hopkins Giving website at giving jhu edu securities You will be given complete instructions to ensure the efficient processing of your thoughtful contribution If you have questions about making a gift of a securities please contact Linda McGill in the Office of Gift Planning at 410 516 7954 or toll free at 800 548 1268 or by email at securitygifts jhu edu Planned Gifts There are many ways to support SAIS in addition to outright gifts Planned gifts allow SAIS to prepare for the future and may result in significant tax benefits or even a new source of income for you and your spouse For additional information please visit the Johns Hopkins Office of Gift Planning website at giving jhu edu giftplanning Europe Donate Online Make an online donation

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  • Locations | SAIS
    Offerings Admissions Meet Us Tuition and Aid Apply Contact Us Research Faculty Directory Initiatives Institutes and Research Centers SAIS Libraries Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Locations Locations Please select the campus location below Washington D C Bologna Italy Hopkins Nanjing Center Contact Accessibility Employment

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  • Press Room | SAIS
    serves as the school s primary contact to the media manages special events publicity and logistics oversees social media develops Web and new media content and produces publications Our Location SAIS Office of Communications 1740 Massachusetts Ave N W Washington D C 20036 Lindsey Waldrop Director of Marketing and Communications 202 650 6005 202 663 5647 fax lwaldrop jhu edu Nate Thompson Associate Director of Marketing and Communications 202 663 3251 202 663 5647 fax nthomp21 jhu edu Contact for Media Requests Jackie Kasuya Communications Web Coordinator 202 663 5644 202 663 5647 fax jkasuya jhu edu SAIS Europe via Belmeloro 11 40126 Bologna Italy Kathryn Knowles Director of Public Affairs 39 051 2917 886 kknowles jhu edu Follow Us on Social Media Connect with Johns Hopkins SAIS on Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Instagram Flickr and iTunes Media Guide to Experts The Johns Hopkins SAIS Guide to Experts in International Affairs serves as a resource for the media and the foreign policy community We hope that you will call on our faculty and scholars for comment or background information Online Directory PDF of Printed Guide Events at Johns Hopkins SAIS View Calendar Coverage of Past Events To access on demand video of select events held at school s three campuses click here opens into PDF goes to press releases SAIS now has a presence on several social media sites and services Stay up to date with what is taking place at the school and connect with friends students faculty staff and alumni Facebook Become a fan on Facebook and follow what is happening at the school Learn more about the school and engage with our community Twitter Our Twitter feed is your source for the latest news and events from Johns Hopkins SAIS as well as highlights of faculty books

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