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  • Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellowship Fall 2020

    Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellowship Fall 2020

    Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellowship – Fall 2020 August 26, 2020 – December 11, 2020 Application deadline: May 1, 2020 The Hungary Initiatives Foundation together with The Fund for American Studies is now accepting applications for the Fall 2020 Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellowship – a full scholarship for students from Hungary to participate …Read More »
  • Call for Applications: HIF-Hudson Institute Visiting Research Fellowship

    Call for Applications: HIF-Hudson Institute Visiting Research Fellowship

    The Hudson Institute, together with The Hungary Initiatives Foundation (HIF), is now accepting applications to its first Visiting Fellowship. This Visiting Fellowship opportunity is a 10-month fully funded research fellowship at Hudson Institute’s headquarters in Washington, DC, offered to a mid-career Hungarian policy professional with specific areas of interest in protecting …Read More »
  • Call for Applications: 2020 Spring John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program

    Call for Applications: 2020 Spring John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program

    Call for Applications: 2020 Spring John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program The Hungarian American Coalition (Coalition) is now accepting applications for its 2020 Spring John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program (LTP). The program will run March 15 – July 15, 2020. The LTP was established to allow young Hungarian Americans …Read More »
  • Read our 2019 Fall/Winter Newsletter

    Read our 2019 Fall/Winter Newsletter

  • Bence Szepesi Debuts in Washington’s Katzen Center

    Bence Szepesi Debuts in Washington’s Katzen Center

    On Sunday October 27, acclaimed Hungarian Clarinetist Bence Szepesi made his debut performance at Washington’s Katzen Center for the Arts as part of his 2019 US Tour presented by AGP Agency.  Szepesi is an established performer in Europe who made his Carnegie Hall debut with a unique solo clarinet program …Read More »
  • Introducing Hungarian American Coalition 2019 LTP Intern István Zoltán Bán

    Introducing Hungarian American Coalition 2019 LTP Intern István Zoltán Bán

    István Zoltán Bán from Debrecen, Hungary arrived to Washington this fall and will spend 4 months at the Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development. With HIF’s support, the Hungarian American Coalition’s John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program (formerly Coalition Internship Program) is hosting seven interns in 2019 to provide first-hand …Read More »
  • HIF Sponsors First Denton Fellow, Antónia Kováts

    HIF Sponsors First Denton Fellow, Antónia Kováts

    This fall, HIF kicked off its support of CEPA’s James Denton Transatlantic Fellowship, a unique learning experience for Hungarian mid-career professionals to gain first hand knowledge of Washington DC’s think tank and policy-making world.  Antónia Kováts, the first HIF-supported Denton Fellow is a lawyer currently working for the National University …Read More »
  • Introducing 2019 Hungarian American Coalition LTP Intern Hajnalka Tóth

    Introducing 2019 Hungarian American Coalition LTP Intern Hajnalka Tóth

    Hajnalka Tóth from Budapest, Hungary arrived to Washington this fall and will spend 4 months at Meridian Center for Cultural Diplomacy (MCCD). With HIF’s support, the Hungarian American Coalition’s John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program (formerly Coalition Internship Program) will be hosting seven interns in 2019 to provide first-hand experience …Read More »
  • Hungarian Young Professionals Join CEPA Forum in Washington

    Hungarian Young Professionals Join CEPA Forum in Washington

    The annual CEPA Forum has become the go-to event for anyone working on US-CEE relations.  This year’s conference, held at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, focused on the “Unfinished Business of 1989” and challenged all participants to ask: who will win the future—China, Russia, or our Atlantic World? The Forum …Read More »
  • Introducing Hungarian American Coalition 2019 Intern Márton Zsuráfszky

    Introducing Hungarian American Coalition 2019 Intern Márton Zsuráfszky

    Márton Zsuráfszky from Budapest, Hungary arrived to Washington this fall and will spend 4 months at Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). With HIF’s support, the Hungarian American Coalition’s John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program (formerly Coalition Internship Program) will be hosting seven interns in 2019 to provide first-hand experience …Read More »