Habitat for Humanity Research and Measurement Graduate Remote Internship-PAID

Habitat for Humanity

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Description

The Habitat for Humanity Research and Measurement Graduate Remote Internship is available to graduate students who are studying statistics or other social sciences field with research experience. To be considered for this internship you should have knowledge of logic models, theories of change, evaluation types, qualitative and statistical analysis, and mixed methods research and/or evaluation approaches. As an intern, you will lead and support research and evaluation on projects such as evaluations of long-term affordable housing across HFH affiliates, energy outcomes for energy-efficient homes, the use of public financing, development of fact sheets for state-level advocacy, and provide data management and outcome measurement support. Your tasks could include supporting qualitative data collection and analysis and assisting in the quantitative analyses of mortgage data, survey data, and other secondary data sets, logic model development, creation of evaluation plans, and assisting with reporting and data visualization. This internship is offered on a fully remote basis for a duration of one month - one year.