Good afternoon, Conflict Analysis students. 

Nothing better prepares you for graduate school or the professional world than a CGE international internship, where you gain global and professional experience while earning credits toward your degree.

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS IN ISRAEL & PALESTINE: Placements in Bethlehem, Haifa, Jaffa, Jerusalem, Nazareth, Ramallah, Tel Aviv and other locations This unique program in the Middle East begins with a week-long seminar in Jerusalem where leading Israeli and Palestinian experts, representatives of various NGOs, peace activists, private sector and government officials will share their perspectives on the dynamics of Israeli-Palestinian relations. Numerous site visits will also be made to settlements in the territories, refugee camps, government offices, and cultural institutions. For the remaining eight weeks, students work for four to five days per week, eight hours a day in their internship, earning up to six undergraduate or graduate credits in Conflict Analysis 385/399 or 694/695. 

There are also two other CGE summer programs on which CONF credits may be earned:
COSTA RICA: Sustainable Human Development and Human Rights For CONF 399/695. Preference given to graduate students.
PHILIPPINES: Grassroots Peacebuilding, Environmental Issues & Culture Only one spot remaining!

Interested? Apply online today or this weekend and you're on your way! We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Kevin Stoy
Marketing Coordinator | Center for Global Education
Adjunct Faculty Member | School of Management
(703) 993-2132 | [log in to unmask]!/GMU_StudyAbroad

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