The Atlantic Council of the U.S. will send a delegation of current students and faculty to the Atlantic Treaty Association's 51st General Assembly in Tallinn, Estonia. During this conference, participants will meet with top policy makers, business leaders, and academics to examine broader social and security questions.
Students must submit a cover letter, resume, and a brief (500-600 words) essay on the topic “How can a stronger sense of transatlantic community be cultivated?”
Faculty should submit a CV.
Cost: Faculty: $350, plus airfare, accommodations, and personal expenses; Students: subsidized rate of $175, plus airfare and personal expenses. Student accommodations will be paid by the organizers.
Notes: Students residing in the United States, but not U.S. citizens should contact their national associations affiliated with the ATA. For contact information, please see www.ata.atlant.dk.
Student applicants should be between the ages of 18 and 35.
ATA General Assembly Committee
Atlantic Council of the United States
1101 15th Street, NW, 11th Floor
Washington DC 20005
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