We invite you to join our lively community of students who are interested in building friendship and learning about peacemaking and social activism. The Center for Peacemaking is a resource to students across all colleges, majors and interests. The most common ways for students to get involved with the Center for Peacemaking are through our student organizations, international travel programs, summer fellowships, events with prominent speakers and peace studies classes.
Student program highlights:
Fellowships — Design a project that allows you to use your talents and skills to learn about and take action on a peacemaking issue of your choice.
Career development — Use our resources or meet with a career adviser to develop skills, gain experience, and work through the discernment and job search process.
International travel — Participate in week-long or semester-long travel programs to learn about and contribute to international peacemaking projects. Study abroad in India.
Service and immersion — Participate in an immersion trip to learn how communities are engaged in grassroots struggles for the promotion of peace and justice.
Paid student jobs — Work in our office or on an applied peacemaking project in the community to gain valuable skills and experience.
Student organizations — There are many student organizations that focus on social justice and peacemaking issues with which to get involved.
Speakers and events — Attend campus events to learn from and network with prominent peacemaking scholars and practitioners.