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Government students participate in many campus activities, such as mock United Nations sessions and mock political conventions. Politicians and visiting scholars have spoken on campus on topics including women and citizenship, the United States and international intervention in the war in Iraq, government support of "faith-based" programs, and various dimensions of globalization.

Student organizations include the Smith College Republican Club, the Smith College Democrats, the World Affairs Committee and the Student Government Association.

 

 

        2016 PRESENTATION OF THE MAJOR IN GOVERNMENT

 

                              TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1

                                        4:30 pm

                                      SEELYE 106

 

                           Refreshments will be served.

 

 

 

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OPPORTUNITIES

 

 

 

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CAREERS: Non-profit public advocacy

 


Looking for a job in politics? U.S.PIRG is hiring college seniors to work as Campus Organizers on college campuses across the country. On issue after issue, we see powerful interests corrupting the democratic process, twisting public policy to serve their own ends. U.S. PIRG takes action by documenting the problems, finding practical solutions, informing the public and making the case for change directly to decision-makers. We work on issues like climate change, democracy, and public health.

Find out more and apply online at www.uspirg.org/jobs or email charlotte@masspirgstudents.org for more details.

 

 

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