Internships with Peace and Justice Studies
Peace & Justice Studies offers internships to help students
think about the effectiveness of different strategies and their own
personal role in the social change process. Organizations promoting
nonviolence, public service and social responsibility are the "real world"
learning process in our program, and the opportunity to participate
in their activities provides a different way to learn about ideas,
interests, values, and personal growth. If you are a PJS major or
Certificate candidate, we require you to complete the internship
seminar with a social change or public interest organization to learn
more about citizen advocacy and social movement organizing. If you are
not currently enrolled in PJS but are still interested in the internship
and seminar, please contact Dale Bryan for approval at
How to Find an Internship
- Start with our listing below of
organizations that we have worked with in the past. It contains
over 130 local opportunities with organizations in a number of
different categories. You can browse based on your interests,
such as Environment or Social Justice.
NOTE: This list is meant to serve as a guide – there is no
guarantee that these organizations are currently accepting
interns or that you will be placed with them.
- Additional internship links and descriptions are available
Career Center's resources:
- If you can't find anything from above, check out some external sites that have lots of internship listings:
- Narrow it down to 2-4 internships that interest you from the
resources above. Download and print out relevant material.
- Set up a meeting with Dale Bryan,
Peace and Justice Studies Assistant Director. He will discuss each option with
you before setting up an interview with your chosen organization. Together
you will decide which are most appropriate to contact. Make sure you have a
resume ready! (Click here for
help from Career Services on resumes.)
Internship Organizations Listing
This listing contains organizations that PJS has worked with in the past.
It contains over 130 local opportunities with organizations in a number
of different categories. You can browse based on your interests.
Please note that most organizations are included in more than one category,
so you may see the same organization in the Community and Environment pages,
for example. A brief description of each organization is included. A link to
the organization's intership page is listed when available, otherwise
the organization's home page is listed.
NOTE: This list is meant to serve as a guide – there is no guarantee
that these organizations are currently accepting interns or that you
will be placed with them.