Posted by Willy Franzen on December 10, 2011. Jobs updated daily.
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I love hearing from readers when they land jobs, even if they didn’t find theirs through One Day One Job. I sometimes even hear from moms or dads who have been helping their kids with the job search and are thrilled to share a success story. That’s how I found out about Seeds of Peace. It’s a New York, NY based non-profit (with offices in Ramallah and Tel Aviv) that empowers “young leaders from regions of conflict with the leadership skills required to advance reconciliation and coexistence.” It was founded in 1993 by journalist John Wallach, and since then they’ve brought together more than 4,300 young leaders through a summer camp, “dialogue meetings, conferences, workshops, educational and professional opportunities, and an adult educators program.”
Seeds of Peace got its start with Egyptian, Israeli, and Palestinian teenagers, but they’ve expanded to include young people from South Asia, Cyprus, and the Balkans. The best way to get a sense for how Seeds of Peace is changing the world for the better is took at the profiles of their graduates. It’s pretty clear that Seeds of Peace’s programs helps develop young people into impressive adults, but the programs also build a perspective of cooperation before biases have time to become ingrained. It sounds like Seeds of Peace is doing amazing work, and it’s really cool that they have been around long enough to see meaningful positive results. If you want to be a part of future results, check out Seeds of Peace’s Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for a Grants Compliance Coordinator, and it looks like an appropriate position for a new or recent grad. You may also want to take a look at their Camp Positions.
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