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International Career Advancement Program (ICAP) 

September 14 - 23, 2007

Aspen, CO


The Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver , and the Aspen Institute invite nominations and applications for the International Career Advancement Program (ICAP).  ICAP will bring together mid-career professionals from groups underrepresented in leadership positions in international affairs with senior officials and policy-makers to spend one week in Aspen , Colorado , discussing:

  • Major international issues to be faced during the next decade

  • The credentials and experiences normally sought for senior appointments

  • Common career patterns of those achieving senior positions

  • The importance of diversity if US interest are to be served adequately

  • Career issues or problems and how they can be addressed

  • Obstacles faced by those seeking advancement and how to overcome them

  • Programs and policies designed to increase diversity at senior levels


The purpose of ICAP is to help bring greater diversity to the staffing of senior management and policy-making positions in international careers in the US , both governmental and private.  The aim is to assist highly promising mid-career professionals advance to more senior positions in international affairs.  Those selected for the program pay for their own travel but their room, meals and program expenses in Aspen are provided by the program.   Applicants should:

  • Be from groups historically underrepresented in international affairs

  • Be US citizens or permanent residents

  • Be professionals with 3 to 15 years of working experience

  • Have demonstrated interest in a career in international affairs

  • Have credentials and achievements that indicate potential for the highest levels of administration and policy-making

  • Be committed to increasing diversity and willing to mentor others


For an application form, go to http://www.du.edu/~trowe/icap or write to:


Professor Thomas Rowe, Director

International Career Advancement Program

Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver

2201 South Gaylord Street

Denver , Colorado 80208

E-mail: trowe@du.edu


Completed Applications are due by May 7, 2007






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