Are you interested in pursuing your Master's Degree in Peace Studies? Click here (PDF) for more information!
Graduate programs (PDF) in Peace & Conflict Studies
The Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at Notre Dame has a very useful resource that explores the variety of career paths for those that pursue a Master's in Peace Studies. "What can I do with a Master's Degree in International Peace Studies?"
Dr. Lola Williamson and her Contemplative Practices class in the "bowl" at Millsaps.
Study-abroad opportunities are available with ISEP (International Student Exchange Programs) and IFSA-Butler (Institute for Study Abroad). Queens University, in Ireland, offers a Peace & Conflict Studies semester program through IFSA-Butler, providing an invaluable opportunity to study Peace in a country where both peace and conflict have shaped culture, politics, and economics. Programs such as these are covered by the students tuition with no extra expense to the student (except for visa and applicable immunizations).
Chelsey Overstreet teaching English to Sudanese Refugees.
If Graduate work is not for you, but you still want to be involved with peace-work around the world, here (PDF) is a link to Peace-related opportunities, Internships, and Field Work that can give you the necessary experience to develop your skills as a Peace-builder!
Non-Governmental (PDF) Organizations
The Idealist Guide to Nonprofit Careers (A must-read for anyone interested in a career in the Non-Profit sector)