MonTREP seeks to be a comprehensive resource to professors and students at the Monterey Institute and within the wider international security community.
The Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program seeks to employ Monterey Institute students in a variety of positions that contribute to overall organizational needs. The three types of positions MonTREP offers are:
|09/24||Curriculum Developer (GA)-Pending|
|MonTREP is soliciting a Curriculum Developer for the Special Operations and Counterterrorism Workshop taught in the spring. Applicant must be able to accomplish a literature review of relevant media and publications, recommend guest speakers for the Workshop, suggest syllabus entries, recommend readings and other media such as videos for the three day workshop. Previous special operations experience is desirable but not a prerequisite.|
If you are interested in any listed positions or would like us to keep your application on file, please fill out the application form and return it, along with a resume, cover letter, and 2-5 page writing sample, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Typically, positions are for between 5-15 hours and can be paid, based on work-study eligibility. Preference is given to those in their second-semester or further.
The Terrorism Studies Club (TSC) is a student-run organization on campus that puts together a variety of events and resources. More information here.
The Center for Career Advising and Services (CACS) is a MIIS resource that provides students and alumni with customized advising and professional development services. Job opportunities are posted on Zócalo.