Kroc IPJ Internship Program

Real-World Experience Building Peace

Check back soon for Summer 2018 positions!

Internship Opportunities:
Spring 2018

As an intern at the Institute for Peace and Justice, you will have the opportunity to learn about peace and justice issues, and how the institute impacts those issues, by working on projects alongside practitioners and scholars in the fields of conflict resolution and peacebuilding.

Institute interns research, write and publish online and learn from IPJ staff while working closely with them on projects and events. Three different internships with specific job descriptions are offered this spring:

The internship is unpaid. Hours worked are flexible to accommodate student schedules. Academic credit for the internship is available, including for students in the Peacebuilding and Social Innovation Minor. For more information, please contact Kroc IPJ Program Officer Daniel Orth (dorth@sandiego.edu) or the faculty advisor for the minor, Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick (caustin@sandiego.edu).

Internship Program Dates:
Spring 2018

Application Deadline: Wednesday, January 1
Internship Begins: Monday, February 12
Internship Ends: Friday, May 11

All application materials should be emailed to Daniel Orth (dorth@sandiego.edu) or mailed to the following address:

ATTN: Daniel Orth
Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice
University of San Diego
5998 Alcalá Park
San Diego, CA 92110-2492
Phone: (619) 260-7873

You Can Also Volunteer at the Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice!

In a welcoming and collegial environment, volunteers share their passion for peace and justice with others by providing logistical support for special events including pre-event organizing, day-of-event registration and information table, ushering and some logistical support. For more information, please contact Kroc IPJ Executive Assistant Julia Fleury (jfleury@sandiego.edu).