***Hiring for these positions are currently on hold. Please check back for further updates.***
IHP offers global comparative study abroad programs that provide students with a unique opportunity to examine a timely topic across four contrasting country contexts.
Undergraduate students analyze and compare critical global issues and challenges under an overarching theme related to the environment and social justice. All programs begin in the US and travel to three subsequent countries.
The current IHP portfolio has six programs:
- IHP Cities in the 21st Century: People, Planning, and Politics
- IHP Climate Change: The Politics of Land, Water, and Energy Justice
- IHP Health and Community: Globalization, Culture, and Care
- IHP Human Rights: Movements, Power, and Resistance
- IHP Food Systems: Agriculture, Sustainability and Justice
- IHP International Relations: Global Governance, Human Security, and Civil Society
For more program information visit the IHP and Comparative Programs page.
IHP programs often recruit for Traveling Faculty who will accompany the student group to multiple countries (beginning in the United States). They are responsible for facilitating collaborative and interdisciplinary learning and teaching (or co-teaching) two courses.
- IHP Cites in the 21st Century
- IHP Climate Change
- IHP Food Systems
- IHP Health & Community
- IHP Human Rights
- IHP International Relations
IHP programs also hire Trustees Fellows. These individuals serve as traveling facilitators and closely collaborate with program management, traveling faculty, and in-country coordinators to successfully deliver IHP programs. Trustee Fellows are essential in guiding students in the process of living and studying in a mobile learning community.
Administrative and Program Development Opportunities
There are not currently any administrative or program development openings with IHP. Please view our main careers page for all available positions.