For Employers

For Employers

About Us
S-CAR is an innovative academic resource for people and institutions worldwide interested in developing processes for productive resolution of conflicts.  It comprises a community of scholars, graduate students, alumni, practitioners, and organizations in the field of peace making and conflict resolution.

Degree Programs
BA, BS, MS, PhD, and Graduate Certificates in Conflict Analysis and Resolution

Career Development Connections

Job/Internship Postings
To share job and internship announcements with the S-CAR community, feel free to send them to for undergraduate students and to Jackie Finch, Career Services for graduate and professional students, alumni, and practitioners.

Individual Referrals
The close-knit community at S-CAR allows Career Services staff to know our students individually.  If you are looking to fill a position, contact our staff for referrals of students or alumni who might be a good fit please email Jackie Finch, Career Services.

Sponsors of S-CAR interns benefit from the exceptional analytical and interpersonal skills of our students. Internships provide students with opportunities to incorporate their academic work and professional experience into the practice of conflict analysis and resolution.  Please send internship information to for undergraduate students and to Career Services  and/or the Field Experience office for graduate and professional students.

Applied Practice and Theory Graduate Student Teams
Applied Practice and Theory (APT) teams are graduate student teams that work on a year-long project under the direction of a faculty member.  Teams conduct both international and domestic projects: most recently with the FAA, Fairfax County Fire Department and the Dominican Republic.  Generally the students will design the project in consultation with the organization and then complete it over the course of the year.  Contact the Field Experience office for more information on having an APT team work on your project. 

S-CAR/SPGIA Annual Graduate Career and Internship Fair 
Sponsored by the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution & the School of Policy, Government and International Affairs on the Arlington Campus, in Founders Hall.  Contact Jackie Finch, Career Services for more information.

There is no cost for Employers to participate.

S-CAR Annual Internship Fair
Sponsored only by the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, this internship fair is held within the department in the Metropolitan Building on the Arlington Campus. Internship opportunities are usually for undergraduate, graduate and recent alumni students.

There is no cost for Employers to participate.

Career/Organization Presentations
We invite you to participate in S-CAR’s monthly career and organization presentations.  These events allow S-CAR students and alumni to find out about your organization and opportunities within it, as well as providing you a chance to meet potential employees or interns. 

On-Campus Interviews
Employers can schedule on campus interviews/screening for potential employees at S-CAR.  Contact S-CAR Career Services to schedule a date.

George Mason University Career Services
Post jobs for Mason students only by registering on HireMason

Contact Information

If you would like your organization represented at a future career related event at S-CAR, 
please contact us!


S-CAR Graduate Program
Jackie Finch
Career and Academic Advisor

S-CAR Undergraduate Program
Nathanael Lash
Field Experience Coordinator

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