Field Placement Search Resources

We designed this page for you, current and prospective MS in GMAP students, to explore various field placement opportunities.

  • First, you should make sure you've checked out all of the wonderful career tools and resources offered by the University's central career office, the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development.
  • Next, take a look at the various opportunities we have collated in the lists below to get an idea of the many different kinds of organizations with which you may be able to complete your field placement requirement.


Review Course Sequencing to see in which term is most appropriate to complete your Field Placement. You will work closely with the I-GMAP Assistant Director to coordinate your Field Placement. However, you will ultimately be responsible for securing your placement. This is the typical time for most GMAP MS students:

  • In your first semester:
    • Create a LinkedIn profile and revise your résumé.
    • Identify a short list of possible host organizations.
    • Meet with the I-GMAP Assistant Director to map out your field placement strategy.
  • In your second semester:
    • Meet with the I-GMAP Assistant Director to narrow down your list of possible host organizations. 
    • Submit applications to host organizations under the guidance of the I-GMAP Assistant Director.
  • In your third semester (4-6 months) before you depart:
    • Secure your placement with the host organization. Complete the MOU with your placement site supervisor/mentor and I-GMAP Assistant Director (template forthcoming).
    • Coordinate travel, lodging, and potential visa logistics.
    • Submit your proposed budget for funding. 

Binghamton University Internship Resources

All students should familiarize themselves with the many resources for the internship and job search offered by the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development.

Visit the Fleishman Center Career Tools website for access to their extensive lists and guides.

Possible Field Placement Sites

Take a look at the variety of potential opportunities that may be available with our partner organizations, as well as other institutions where you may find the opportunity to work within the broader, inter-professional realm of atrocity prevention.

The following list is not exhaustive and you can propose to do a field placement in many different types of organizations, sectors, and countries.

Note: These are representative samples of potential placement sites and not guaranteed host organizations.

United States-based Organizations:

 Organizations with International Sites:

Internship/Job Posting Boards:

Internship Programs:

  • SUNY Washington, D.C. Internship Program

    The SUNY Washington Internship Program allows students to experience the excitement of our nation's capital, an ideal location to experience direct involvement in politics and all other professional fields. Spend the Summer in Washington, DC, studying, working and earning up to 6 academic credits. Since 1967, more than 3,700 students have participated in this elite internship program. It is open to sophomore, junior, senior, and graduate students from colleges and universities around the world.

    Visit their website for more information.

  • Washington Internship Institute

    The Washington Internship Institute is an educational nonprofit organization that helps place students in an internship of interest to them in Washington, D.C. There is an application process and a tuition fee for this program, but need based scholarships are available.

    To learn more and see the many possible internship placements go to their website.

Peace Insight's Organizational Map


Please contact the I-GMAP Assistant Director, if you are interested in learning more about these opportunities.