Internships

The Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention works with partner organizations around the world and one of our key priorities is to make connections for our students to have high-impact learning experiences working in the field of atrocity prevention. Internships also provide support and assistance to organizations and agencies in their efforts to address community needs. Through their internship experiences, students often make important discoveries and professional connections.

Binghamton University students: 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 an internship in many different types of organizations, sectors, and countries.

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.

 

Internship

Bloom Family Summer Internship in Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention

Are you a Binghamton University undergraduate student? Are you a declared GMAP minor or plan on declaring soon? Apply for up to $7,000 toward your internship experience related to GMAP.

Possible Internship Sites for Students Interested in Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention:

Auschwitz Institute for the Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities (AIPG)

New York City headquarters with offices in Oświęcim, Buenos Aires, and Kampala. Learn more on their website

Brennan Center for Justice

New York City and Washington, D.C. offices. Learn more on their website

Burma Task Force

Learn more on their website

Carnegie endowment for international peace

Washington, D.C. office and others around the world. Learn more on their website.

Center for Peacebuilding

Located in Sanski Most, Bosnia. Learn more on their website

the fund for peace

Washington, D.C. Learn more on their website.

Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect

New York City. Learn more on their website

International Center on nonviolent conflict

Washington, D.C. Learn more on their website.

International Center for Transitional Justice

New York City headquarters with offices in Abidjan, Bogotá, Brussels, The Hague, Kampala, Kathmandu, Nairobi, and Tunis. Learn more on their website

International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect

New York City headquarters. Learn more on their website

International Peace Institute

New York City. Learn more on their website

International Rivers

Oakland, California and South American communities. Learn more on their website

International Crisis Group

Offices in New York City, London, Nairobi, and Brussels. Learn more on their website

Project Over Zero

Learn more on their website

Refugees International

Washington, D.C. Learn more on their website

Stimson Center

Washington, D.C. Learn more on their website

United Nations

Headquarters in New York City and offices around the world. Learn more on their internship listing website

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Washington, D.C. Learn more on their website

West Point Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Research Projects with West Point Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Wilson Center

Washington, D.C. Learn more on their website.

Women's Refugee Commission

New York City and Washington, D.C. Learn more on their website

Internship/Job Posting Boards:

Alliance for peacebuilding's opportunity board

Alliance for Peacebuilding's Opportunity Board

idealist.org

Idealist is an interactive site where you can search nonprofit internships and identify nonprofit organizations in your area of interest around the world. Visit their site for the search engine.

Internship Programs

SUNY Washington, DC 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.

Please contact Assistant Director Stephen Capobianco, if you are interested in learning more about these opportunities. 


 

Stay tuned for more information about the field placements for the proposed M.S. in Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention degree!