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    Great colleagues and a close-knit junior staff with opportunities to experience project cycles, travel (in some programs), and seek additional training through internal courses and HR benefits. Wonderful mission and well-respected in a wide array of contexts.


    Hierarchical with little room for career development in most cases, and an overall frustrating inconsistency with engagement/concern for career development for both junior and mid-level staff. Budget battle in 2011 really changed the climate of the Institute, and for the most part not for the better.

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    frequent restructuring is confusing internally and to USIP's partners! Stick with what you know instead of constantly seeking new niches with less relevance to USIP's original (and well-respected) mission.

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Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 6 to 15 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Less than $1 million (USD) per year
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Though not a contestant for Miss America, the US Institute of Peace (USIP) really does want world peace. Funded by Congress, the institute is an independent, non-partisan, national organization charged with promoting peace. The USIP's stated mission is to prevent and resolve violent international conflicts, promote post-conflict stability and democratic transformations, and to increase peace building capacity, tools, and intellectual capital worldwide. Staffed by government, military, and academic specialists, the USIP pursues world peace through research, education, and... More

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