The Colin Powell Center for Policy Studies provides scholarship and fellowship support to exceptional students, particularly those at the core of the City College's historic mission: students from working-class and immigrant backgrounds, non-traditional and older students, and students from underserved neighborhoods.
The Skadden Arps Honors Program in Legal Studies. CCNY sophomores are eligible to enroll in an honors sequence to help cultivate their interest in legal studies and careers in law. An honors curriculum of special courses and seminars to complement a wide range of majors and further prepare the students to enter and thrive in the nation’s top law schools; need- and merit-based financial assistance; LSAT preparation; paid summer internships at law firms, corporations and public interest organizations nationwide; assistance in transitioning to law school; and mentoring by attorneys at Skadden and other leading legal employers.
International Relations Master's Program at City College. Provides training for those interested in careers in international organizations, government, the private sector, the foreign service, or non-governmental organizations (NGOs). he program emphasizes a broad interdisciplinary study of international affairs with an emphasis on international organization and international law. Although much of this work is naturally drawn from the field of Political Science, the program also includes courses and programs offered by professors in the departments of History, Economics and Sociology. In doing so, we emphasize the importance of interdisciniplanary study in understanding the field of international affairs.
The Charles B. Rangel Center for Public Service hopes to serve as one of the nation's leading authorities on preparing members of under-served communities for careers in government and the non-profit sector. To that end, the Center sponsors research and conferences on diversity in public service. It also provides support for City College's graduate program in Public Service Management. That support includes paid internships, scholarships, policy forums, mentoring, policy writing workshops and statistics workshops. In the future, the new Rangel Center facility will feature state-of-the-art conference space, as well as offices for visiting scholars.
The Government and Law Society is the Department of Political Science's student affiliated organization. Each year, members of the government and law society plan events to encourage discussion among political science students, and to schedule lectures, discussions and activities that can help promote a broader interest in and discussion of political issues at the City College of New York. To learn more, email Professor DiSalvo at email@example.com
Interested in Studying Abroad? CCNY offers Study Abroad and Exchange Programs around the world, to such locations as Morocco, El Salvador, Rwanda, and several destinations in Europe. Marina Fernando, Director of the International Studies program, manages the Study Abroad Office located in NAC 6/109B. Click here to learn more about the program