As part of the University of San Diego's Kroc School, the Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice (Kroc IPJ) works together with peacemakers to develop powerful new approaches to end cycles of violence, while advancing this learning locally and globally. The Kroc IPJ co-creates learning, builds networks, and mobilizes resources to support peacemakers working on the issues facing their communities around the world and here in San Diego.
As an intern at the Kroc IPJ, you will have the opportunity to learn about the hard work of building more peaceful communities by working alongside the Institute's staff. Kroc IPJ interns research, write, work on project design and implementation, plan events, develop social media, and more.
Kroc IPJ internships are paid opportunities. Interns are expected to work 15 hours per week. Scheduling these hours is flexible to accommodate a student schedule, but will take place primarily during regular office hours (9-5) Monday through Friday.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis and interviews scheduled with qualified candidates as they are identified. Preference will be given to applicants who can commit to two semesters, both the fall and spring. The cutoff for applications in Friday, September 7, but you are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible as positions may be filled earlier.
In addition to completing this application form you will also need to upload the following documents:
1. Cover letter/statement of interest
3. One letter of recommendation
4. Transcript (Unofficial, scanned copies are accepted)
Should you have any questions, please contact Daniel Orth at firstname.lastname@example.org.