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Simons Center for Interagency Cooperation

The Simons Center internship is a structured, supervised work-based learning experience for KU students with an interest in interagency issues and interagency topics, including reconstruction and stabilization of war-torn nations, security studies, international peacekeeping, failed and failing states, Whole of Government operations, disaster assistance, and humanitarian response. Students selected will be paid a small stipend at the conclusion of a full semester or equivalent internship period to offset costs. Interns will be eligible to earn academic credit for their work.

Contact:

Bill Steele
Office of Graduate Military Programs
wsteele@ku.edu
785-864-7478


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