Weekly Workshops and Training through
THE NEW YORK GRADUATE PLAN
The students of The New York Graduate Plan will be starting with 120+ hours of intensive training workshops in combination with expert lectures focused on peacebuilding, leadership skill sets, and intervention research and development from a Civil Society perspective with Nonviolence International New York. The final portion of training requires students complete 80+ hours of participation in Civil Society coalitions at the United Nations through high-level conferences and other international agreements, laws, and treaties.
GROUP & LEADERSHIP
INTERVENTION CREATION IN PEACEBUILDING
This series of workshops focus on developing leadership and facilitation skills via communication, management, and community building activities. In completing this workshop, participants will be able to take charge of their individual projects while also empowering their community and teams to achieve the best results.
After each lesson, workshop, and training their will be a small group discussion that provides each participant to analyze the content and discuss it with their peers. They will also have this time to discuss ways to apply this content to their digital field work projects.
Peace and Conflict in the United Nations
Small Group Discussion
Understanding Post Soveit Space
Historical Development and civil peace building Challenges
Professor Andre Kamenshikov
The New York Graduate Plan offers applicants an opportunity unlike any other program of its kind. Through our curriculum, locations and field opportunities, we will provide participants with the tools and support needed to ensure individual success. We invite interested applicants to apply through the link below and take the first steps toward changing the world today.