Ashley Camhi: Inside the World Bank

IPSS Assignment: The World Bank Washington, D.C.
Spring/Summer 2009

Location

1818 H Street, NW
Washington DC 20433
United States
39° 10' 10.3296" N, 75° 47' 40.8408" W

Chile Practicum: Confronting Transitional (In)Justice

Twenty students from the Monterey Institute accompanied Professor Jan Black and Judge Juan Guzman Tapia, most notable for prosecuting former Dictator Augusto Pinochet, on a research tour of Mapuche communities in southern Chile last January. The Mapuche are an indigenous group, comprising about 4% of Chile's total population. Their communities now face environmental, socio-economic, and human rights issues.

Location

Santiago
Chile
33° 25' 31.296" S, 70° 33' 59.2776" W

Alison Cameron: Sustainable Development in Jordan

Alison Cameron (MAIPS ‘09) interned in Amman, Jordan for Friends of the Earth Middle East through our DPMI Development Practicum.

Location

Amman
Jordan
31° 56' 51.0036" N, 35° 56' 10.6044" E

El Salvador Practicum: Collaborating for Sustainable Community Development

Last January fifteen intrepid graduate students (aka Team Monterey 4) traveled to the Bajo Lempa region of El Salvador to tackle agricultural, water access, and conservation issues. Visit the Equipo Monterey blog to explore their adventures searching for illicit turtle eggs at the local markets, or designing workshops for food producers to share knowledge and potential growth strategies.

Location

El Salvador
13° 20' 13.9884" N, 88° 42' 10.3824" W

Alumni Positions

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Peace Corps Master's International Environmental Policy

PCMI Program Overview

Available to Fall and Spring incoming students, the Peace Corp Master's International (PCMI) program uniquely prepares students to fulfill challenging Peace Corps field assignments in developing countries.  While attaining a degree from the Monterey Institute and carrying out the Peace Corps mission, students will gain skills needed to become an effective leader in environmental education and/or resource conservation efforts.

Joint & Dual Degree Options

Why Pursue a Joint or Dual Degree?

Our joint and dual degree options permit students to expand their skill-sets and resumés via an integrated, condensed curriculum. Developing complementary skills allows for greater career opportunities, particularly with the emerging need for specialists who can bring cutting edge knowledge to traditional organizations and industries.

Admissions Requirements

Requirements by Program

Master's Degree Programs

► Development Practice & Policy (including MA in International Policy Studies and Master of Public Administration)
► Fisher International MBA
► International Education Management