The Peace Studies Program supports internships that deepen students' understanding of the causes of violence and violations of human dignity and give them direct experience applying creative strategies for conflict prevention, resolution, or reconciliation in international, intergroup, or interpersonal disputes.
The Peace Studies student internships are administered as part of the Internship Grant Program through the Center for Experiential Education at the Career Development Office. For information re eligibility, requirements and expectations, and the application process, contact the Career Development Office. Summer 2010 applications are due April 9, 2010 at 5pm.
The PSP internships are generously supported through a gift from Tedford Lews '40 and Leonard Kurz '75. There are up to five PSP internships available.
A PSP selection committee will review the applications and notification of approval or denial will be made by the Career Development Office by April 30, 2008.