INFORMATION FOR BELMONT UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND FACULTY
Take advantage of the exclusive benefits for Belmont University students and faculty from the partnership between BU and the Tennessee World Affairs Council.
Check out these opportunities or visit the World Affairs Council at 1513 Compton Avenue.
Ambassadors Roundtable at Belmont Set for April 24th
What is going on in American diplomacy? That’s the question two career US Ambassadors will tackle at a Global Town Hall at Belmont’s Massey Business Center (MC 100) on Thursday at 5:30 pm (registration opens). American leaders face challenges from across the globe amidst shakeups at the State Department and among foreign policy and national security leadership; conflicting policy messages and more than 60 ambassador vacancies at US embassies. Join the conversation with Ambassador Dick Bowers and Ambassador Ron Schlicher as they share their decades-long foreign affairs insights and perspectives with you. Convocation credit. RSVP via TNWAC.org
World Affairs Council Internships – Summer/Fall 2018
The Tennessee World Affairs Council has partnered with Belmont University since 2009 to bring global affairs awareness programs to campus including distinguished visiting speakers and foreign ambassadors such as those from Russia, the Czech Republic, Kazakhstan and others. It has also welcome Belmont students to its staff as interns (for academic credit) and as volunteers. Belmont students have been selected for WAC scholarships to the annual National Conference and other opportunities. The Council, which is based at Belmont, invites students to consider joining the staff to work in many international affairs and nonprofit office management capacities at its 1513 Compton Avenue office in the Summer and Fall 2018 semesters. For more information visit www.TNWAC.org/internships or contact Logan.Monday@TNWAC.org
World Affairs Council Memberships Free for Belmont Students, Faculty
The Tennessee World Affairs Council and Belmont University have been partners in bringing global affairs awareness programs to campus for years – speakers programs with ambassadors and international specialists, panels, seminars, global affairs competitions and more. Belmont students and faculty should know that in addition to these programs – which are mostly without charge – they can also become members of the World Affairs Council at no charge. This Belmont exclusive offering includes access to members only events, discounts on global affairs publications, eligibility for prizes in TNWAC contests, global travel opportunities, and more. For details contact Logan.Monday@TNWAC.org or to apply for your membership: Students | Faculty
SUPPORT OF TNWAC’S EDUCATION OUTREACH
THANKS TO BELMONT UNIVERSITY’S CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
THANKS TO THE AWC FAMILY FOUNDATION
THANKS TO THE NASHVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COUNCIL
THANKS TO THE TNWAC WEEKLY QUIZ PARTNERS
THE MISSION of the nonprofit, nonpartisan Tennessee World Affairs Council is to promote international awareness, understanding and connections to enhance the region’s global stature and to prepare Tennesseans to thrive in our increasingly complex and connected world.
THE VISION of the Tennessee World Affairs Council is a well-informed community that thinks critically about the world and the impact of global events.
Learn more about the Council and find how you can join, donate and volunteer at: www.TNWAC.org —