The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program (SEP)

Charles Rangel photoThe preeminent educator and administrator, Dr. James R. Gaddy has asked that we share this valuable news  to benefit young people looking for opportunity.  The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment program (SEP), a six-week program designed to prepare undergraduate students for careers in international affairs, is now accepting applications for 2013. The Rangel Summer Program, which focuses on helping students to explore options and prepare for careers in international affairs, takes place from mid-June to late July. The SEP includes for-credit courses in U.S. diplomatic history, political economy, and writing at Howard University. In addition, participants meet with a wide range of governmental and non-governmental representatives to discuss current global issues and explore international career opportunities. The award covers tuition, travel, room and board and provides a stipend of $3,500.

Application requirements include U.S. citizenship, a GPA of at least 3.2, and full-time student status. The SEP is an excellent vehicle for outstanding students interested in foreign policy to sharpen their skills and prepare for possible careers in international affairs. The application deadline for the Summer Enrichment program is February 8, 2013. Further information and application instructions are available online at

Congressman Rangel says on his website that his, “top priority as your Member of Congress is to help our community prosper. That is why I am providing this resource page to help you find and apply for available Grants, Scholarships, and Federal Contracts that can finance your goals.”

Search more opportunities on Hon. Charles Rangel website directly

If you need additional information, please contact:

Patricia Hanigan Scroggs
Director, Rangel Program
Howard University

One Comment Add yours

  1. Catherine Lamkin (Sanders) BC 77 says:

    Calvin Happy New Year How are you? Thanks so much for sharing. I will share with my daughter so she can share with friends at Columbia University.

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