An innovative undergraduate major at Cornell University, CAPS is a program designed to train future leaders who are equipped to address the inevitable challenges and negotiate the delicate complexities in the various domains of U.S.-China relations.
Student Spotlight: Jin Han Kim '16
A recent CAPS graduarte, Jin Han Kim explains how his semester in Washington D.C. was a profound turning point:
"I participated in the Cornell in Washington semester in my junior year, which shaped my personal values and reinforced my career aspirations. As a student trained in economics and having a passion for public service, I could not have found a better internship than the President’s Council of Economic Advisers. The experience of working in an executive agency was both humbling and inspiring."
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We are teaching not only leaders in this country, but global citizens. The China and Asia Pacific Studies Program (CAPS) is a perfect example of this work. I had the pleasure of visiting the CAPS program in Beijing and I came away truly impressed by the progress this program has made and the students who are part of it.
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