Center for Inspired Teaching-Research Assistant Internship

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August 19, 2011

Center for Inspired Teaching-Research Assistant Internship Center for Inspired Teaching-Research Assistant Internship

The Center for Inspired Teaching – Research Assistant Internship is available to students who are interested in, and committed to education and working with economically disadvantaged youth. Research Assistants will work with the Research Specialist to carry out internal program evaluation and engage in all aspects of the research process including study design, data analysis, writing, and publication.

Responsibilities include assisting Inspired Teaching’s staff with program research, reviewing and summarizing educational research to keep the Inspired Teaching’s staff up-to-date on important educational issues, maintaining the Inspired Teaching’s research library and research database, providing support in preparing research reports, conducting and transcribing interviews with teachers; assisting with the development, distribution, and analysis of surveys, and general administrative support for the organization.

Qualifications include excellent verbal and written communication skills, research experience, interest in and commitment to education reform, self-motivation, and knowledge of Excel, EndNote and SPSS.

Internships are 20 hours/week with flexible scheduling. A modest stipend is provided.

Deadline: Rolling

Website: Center for Inspired Teaching-Research Assistant Internship

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