Support the next generation of global leaders
The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies is a nationally recognized leader in advancing the understanding of and engagement in world issues. Our classes connect theory with practice and give students the tools they need to address contemporary global problems.
The Donald C. Hellmann Task Force program provides a capstone experience for students to investigate a global policy issue, write an analysis and make recommendations to experts in the field. Over 3,500 Jackson School students have participated in the program since its founding in 1983. Students produce research and recommendations that are used in decision-making by NGOs, communities and government.
Please support the Jackson School and our students by making a gift to one of our priorities listed below:
Friends of the Jackson School: Help the Jackson School offer innovative programs and public events, engage with students and the public, and prepare globally-minded leaders.
Donald C. Hellmann Task Force Endowment: Support the opportunity for International Studies majors to participate in a unique capstone experience, with deep engagement in global policy issues ranging from artificial intelligence to energy interventions to climate change to human rights.