International Peace Park Expeditions is proud to offer Embedded Fellowship opportunities with our local partners around the world. Students will have the opportunity to live and work internationally, to apply their knowledge and skills on a real-world environmental peacebuilding project that benefits our local partners and contributes to environmental peacebuilding in the region. Embedded Fellowships can be taken for academic credit, to fulfill capstone or internship requirements, or for professional development/personal fulfillment. Completed Embedded Fellowship projects are resume differentiators when applying for jobs or graduate school. Apply today!
Peace & Conflict Impact Assessment Fellow
Peace & Conflict Impact Assessment Fellow - Students with a background in Conflict Analysis will select the Korean DMZ or the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Peace Parks; and will conduct a PCIA. Students will conduct extensive desktop research on the history and current status of the Korean DMZ or the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Peace Parks. Students will contact identified stakeholders and arrange to meet them to be interviewed for the PCIA. Students will conduct those interviews in the field and will gather notes, feedback and followup resources. Students will process interviews and filter information through the PCIA framework for analysis and complete the stakeholder, conflict and peace matrices. Students will draft, edit and publish a final PCIA report.
Past Student Fellowship Projects
Host an Embedded Fellow
If your organization is interested in hosting an Embedded Fellow in your community, and applying their knowledge, skills and motivation towards environmental peacebuilding in your transboundary conservation area, please fill out the form below, and we will recruit and screen applicants to find the right student with the right knowledge and skills to work collaboratively with you on a defined project.