It is Fall 2018 Dialogue & Difference Project Internship Application Time!
The Dialogue & Difference Project at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution promotes cultural, political, and social understanding through the process of community dialogue. The Project sponsors three large events each semester and co-sponsors events with campus organizations such as Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education, Center for Global Studies, and Women and Gender Studies. We explore ongoing global and domestic controversies and dilemmas through panel discussion, film, performance, and dialogue.
Project interns help plan, promote, and participate in all phases of D&D activities. Interns also conduct facilitation training sessions prior to each dialogue event, facilitate at additional campusdialogues, work with student groups on conflict resolution pedagogy, and meet weekly with Dr. Maulden, project director. Interns gain skills in facilitation and facilitation training, organizing campus wide events, conflict resolution process design, public speaking, and public and inter-group relations. The internship can be taken for credit or non-credit.
Third or fourth year status and completion of CONF 300 are requested. If you are interested in applying, please fill out the survey link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QVG3YYZ. If you have additional questions please contact Patricia Maulden at email@example.com.