Ethan Schechter "most recently served as a Senior Program Assistant in the Education Program of the United States Institute of Peace in Washington DC. USIP is a federally funded institution working to prevent and resolve violent international conflict, and promote post-conflict stability. Ethan supported a number of the Education Programs activities working with secondary school teachers as well as college and university faculty. He also served as a Program Instructor for USIP's annual National Peace Essay Contest for High School students. From 2002 to 2003 Ethan worked as a Program Coordinator at the Seeds of Peace center for Conflict Resolution in Jerusalem where he organized joint workshops and activities for Israeli and Palestinian youth. In Jerusalem he also worked as an Assistant Editor of The Olive Branch Magazine. Ethan has spent two summers working as counselor at the Seeds of Peace International Camp in Maine instructing outdoor sports activities for youth from conflict regions including the Middle East, South Asia, Cyprus, and the Balkans. Ethan holds a BA in Government and International Relations from Clark University in Worcester Massachusetts." 
- Codirector, Reflecting on Peace Practice
Resources and articles
- Meet the Masters Students, Brandeis University, accessed October 29, 2007.