Graduates of the Human Rights Education MA program are educators and activists who work in a variety of settings.
Examples of career options include:
- Non-governmental organizations or schools in the U.S. or internationally
- Work with immigrants or refugees in the U.S. in some capacity (teacher, youth development worker, after-school educator)
- Work in curriculum development or program design for global education programs
- Work in policy settings such as state or national departments of education
- Work in agencies like UNICEF, Save the Children, CARE, etc.
Graduates of the Human Rights Education program include:
- A youth development worker with a non-profit serving homeless youth
- A curriculum designer and trainer for an immigrant rights organization
- A Fulbright recipient
- A community organizer with low-income communities
- A faculty member at a community college teaching 'Peace and Human Rights'
- An educator of immigrant and refugee youth
- A study abroad coordinator for undergraduate students