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Lisa Strousberg '01, and former President Bill Clinton during a campus discussion on Gun Control, May, 2001.

Internships

Each Conflict Resolution student is required to complete at least 100 hours in an internship. Inquiries and arrangements are normally made directly by the student to a prospective intern employer, after initial approval from the Graduate Director.

Our students have worked in Colorado and beyond. Some have completed an internship abroad. We have placed our M.A. candidates in the following locations:

World-wide

  • Belfast, N. Ireland-Mediation Institute
  • Magee, N. Ireland-University of Ulster
  • Belfast, N. Ireland-TIDES Training
  • Ballycastle, N. Ireland-Corrymeela Reconciliation
  • Dublin, Ireland-Glencree Reconciliation
  • The Gambia, West Africa-Association for Child Education
  • Jerusalem, Israel-Ecumenical Justice and Reconciliation
  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-Kuala Lumpur Regional Center for Arbitration
  • Rwanda-Global Youth Connect
  • Geneva, Switzerland-United Nations Development Program
  • France-Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies, UNESCO
  • China-Guangzhou Stolle-Denuo Machinery Co Ltd.
  • Trinidad & Tobago-University of West Indies
  • Jerusalem-Al-Ma'mal Foundation for Contemporary Art
  • Bosnia-DU Project Bosnia Humanitarian Assistant
  • The Gambia-The Association for Child Education
  • South Africa-Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

Across the Country

  • New York, New York-United Nations Development Program
  • Chicago, Illinois-Center for Conflict Resolution
  • Tampa, Florida-CH2MHill
  • Holland, Michigan-Dispute Resolution
  • New York, New York-New York Peace Institute
  • Portland, Oregan-Mercy Corps
  • Arlington, Virginia-Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy
  • Otisfield, Maine-Seeds of Peace
  • Washington, D.C.-The Wilson Center
  • Tennessee-Bridge Builders
  • Wisconsin-Department of Transportation
  • Washington, DC-CODEPINK
  • California-Tulare County Health & Human Services

Within Colorado

  • Association for Conflict Resolution, Denver Chapter
  • Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs, Office of Lieutenant Governor
  • Coors Distributing Company
  • Community Mediation Centers: Boulder County, Jefferson County, Douglas County
  • Community Relations Service, U.S. Department of Justice, Denver branch
  • Court Mediation Services
  • Denver Bar Association
  • Denver Victim Services
  • Ethiopian Community Development Council's African Community Center
  • Face-To-Face Mediation
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Holland and Hart Law Offices
  • Jefferson County Mediation
  • Mountain States Employers Council
  • Office of the District Attorney, Colorado
  • Office of Dispute Resolution, Colorado Judicial Branch
  • Oval Options for Conflict Management
  • Peer Mediation, Denver Public Schools
  • Research and Development Center for Student Learning
  • Season for NonViolence
  • Seeking Common Ground
  • Singleton Strategies
  • Savio House
  • Student Problem Action Network (SPAN) Metro State College
  • The Conflict Center
  • Victim Offender Reconciliation Program of Denver (VORP)
  • World Denver-Denver World Affairs Council

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