Internship Program

Apply your knowledge

A requirement of the MAPJ program is to complete a 250-hour internship placement that allows you to put theory into practice. Students find internships with changemaking organizations that allow them to explore their particular professional interests. Students find placements locally, domestically, and internationally. The internship is an opportunity to hone in on the right career trajectory.

Internship Seminar

You will take seminars before and after your internship, in which you will have the opportunity to analyze your peacebuilding approaches, discuss connections between peacebuilding theories and practices, and evaluate the overall impact of your internship on your career trajectory.

A young man and two children smile at the camera Saud Almaweel ‘18 (MA) works with refugees while interning at YALLA in San Diego

Past Organizations and Locations

Where can you intern? It is up to you! You can see a list of organizations where our students have interned in the past.

Internship Funding

We're committed to helping students offset internship expenses to realize the full program benefits. Whether interning locally or internationally, students can apply for competitive funding from the Kroc School.

Two men stand in a field holding pinapples. Lars Almquist ‘13 practicing applied peacebuilding in Burundi

Current Students