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  1. 1 Job Postings
  2. 2 CURRENT STUDENTS
  3. 3 Research Support Position (12 positions available): Gargani+ Company and the RATE Project – Claremont, CA
  4. 4 Research Associate: Scripps College – Claremont, CA
  5. 5 Part-Time Temporary: Kravis Leadership Institute – Claremont, CA
  6. 6 Organizational Development Intern: LeAD Labs - Claremont, CA
  7. 7 Finance Intern: LeAD Labs - Claremont, CA
  8. 8 Graduate Program Assistant: Transdisciplinary Studies Program’s Big Data Initiative – Claremont, CA
  9. 9 Levi’s Kids Retail Intelligence Student: Levi’s Kids Retail Intelligence Program - Rancho Cucamonga, CA
  10. 10 Programs Analyst: Housing Authority Of The County of San Bernardino - San Bernardino, CA
  11. 11 Research & Evaluation Intern (2 positions available): Riverside County Department of Mental Health - Riverside, CA
  12. 12 HR Business Partner Graduate Internship, Corporate - Spring 2015: Walt Disney Company – Burbank, CA
  13. 13 Department of Research & Evaluation Masters Level Intern (C): Kaiser Permanente – Pasadena, CA
  14. 14 Research & Evaluation Intern: Beach Cities Health District – Redondo Beach, CA
  15. 15 Part-time Qualitative Researcher: University of California, Los Angeles – Los Angeles, CA
  16. 16 Compensation and Benefits Project Coordinator: Center for Nonprofit Management – Los Angeles, CA
  17. 17 Do Art Foundation Grant Writer: Do Art Foundation – Los Angeles, CA
  18. 18 Analyst Intern: Xsolla - Sherman Oaks, CA
  19. 19 Non Profit Business Development Intern: Fund Dreamer - Malibu, CA
  20. 20 Community Research Fellow: Building Healthy Communities - Eastern Coachella Valley, CA
  21. 21 Program Evaluation Intern (3-4 available): Girls Inc – Oakland, CA
  22. 22 Part-time Faculty: Coastline College – Orange County, CA
  23. 23 Student Experience in Educational Research: Institute for Evidence-Based Change – Long Beach, CA
  24. 24 Staff Development/Training Intern (Unpaid Internship): Orange County Community Resources - Santa Ana, CA
  25. 25 Learning & Development Consultant (Unpaid Internship): Orange County Human Resource Services – Santa Ana, CA
  26. 26 Organization Planning Internship: Panasonic Avionics - Irvine, CA
  27. 27 Health & Wellness Human Resource Intern: Western Digital – Irvine, CA
  28. 28 Research Analyst: Southwestern College - San Diego, CA
  29. 29 Penn Summer Doctoral Fellows Program: The University of Pennsylvania’s Nonprofit Leadership (NPL) Program - Philadelphia, PA
  30. 30 Planning & Measurement Summer Internship: Boys & Girls Clubs of America – Atlanta, GA
  31. 31 Planning & Measurement Summer Internship (Knowledge Management): Boys & Girls Clubs of America – Atlanta, GA
  32. 32 Sports, Entertainment & Alumni Development Summer Internship: Boys & Girls Clubs Of America – Atlanta, GA
  33. 33 2015 Summer Change Execution Intern (Graduate): Verizon - Basking Ridge, NJ
  34. 34 Human Capital Management Analyst : Business Partner Solutions at Goldman Sachs – New York, NY
  35. 35 2015 Dalmas A. Taylor Memorial Summer Minority Policy Fellowship: American Psychological Association and SPSSI – Washington DC
  36. 36 2015 Summer Internship Program: Congressional Budget Office – Washington DC
  37. 37 Services for Transition Age Youth (STAY) fellowship: American Psychological Association - Washington DC
  38. 38 2015 Dalmas A. Taylor Memorial Summer Minority Policy Fellowship: American Psychological Association – Washington DC
  39. 39 Socioeconomic Determinants Coordinator: Partners In Health, Malawi (M13-USA) - Neno, Malawi
  40. 40 Monitoring, Evaluation and Quality Officer: Partners In Health, Rwanda (R03-USA) - Rwinkwavu, Rwanda
  41. 41 Monitoring and Evaluation Fellow: Uganda Development and Health Associates, Uganda (G01-USA) - Iganga, Uganda
  42. 42 Operations and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer: SOUL Foundation, Uganda (G13-USA) - Bujagali Falls, Uganda
  43. 43 Senior Research Associate: Ministry of Health, Zambia (Z01-Int) - Lusaka, Zambia

CURRENT STUDENTS


Research Support Position (12 positions available): Gargani+ Company and the RATE Project – Claremont, CA

Location: Claremont, CA - Claremont Graduate University (room to be determined)
Posted: July 17, 2015
Deadline: July 20, 2015
Compensation: Short term (August 6-19), $20 per hour.

Description: We are looking for a team of 12 individuals to test a scoring rubric using 20-minute videos of teacher instruction. This is detail-oriented work that relies on the entire team to generate the scores over a ten day, eight-hour per day, period (August 6 - 19, excluding weekends).

The Rapid Assessment of Teacher Effectiveness Project (The RATE Project ) is a simple observation instrument that school administrators, mentors, and teacher educators can use. It predicts which teachers will need more support in order to be highly successful instructors of math. Knowing this allows school administrators to allocate support and resources where it is needed most.

John Gargani of Gargani of Gargani + Company is supporting this project with evaluation services that include the development of this rubric to measure teacher instruction.

Qualifications:
  • An interest in teaching/education. 
  • An interest in evaluation is helpful. 
  • We require all scorers be available for all 10 days, for all eight hours. 
  • The project hinges on total consistency of the scoring. 
How to Apply: Send an email, with your resume to: darrel.skousen@cgu.edu and please let us know a little about you and your education background.




Research Associate: Scripps College – Claremont, CA

Location: Claremont, CA
Posted: June 23, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time
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Description: Scripps College and the Office of Assessment and Institutional Research invite applications for a Research Associate. A&IR Research Associate is a part-time, non-exempt, benefits eligible position for 20 hours per week and $20.00 per hour.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred in the social sciences, statistics, higher education, and/or related disciplines.

How to Apply: Click here to apply online 




Part-Time Temporary: Kravis Leadership Institute – Claremont, CA

Location: Claremont, CA
Posted: March 10, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time, $17 per hour
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Description: The Kravis Leadership Institute seeks a graduate student to fill the part-time temporary position of Program Coordinator. Reporting to the Director of Leadership Programs or Director of KLI’s Entrepreneurial Initiatives, the Program Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and assisting in the Kravis Leadership Institute’s experiential learning programs focusing on leadership development programs and social entrepreneurial initiatives. Examples of programs are the Sophomore Leadership Experience, the Changemaker Campus Initiative (a partnership with Ashoka U), KLI’s Kravis de-Roulet Conference, Leadership Studies Sequence, and the Innovative Start-Up Award (ISA). The Program Coordinator will also provide general support as defined and directed through the Director of Leadership Programs and/or the Director of KLI’s Entrepreneurial Initiatives.

Qualifications:
Required
  • Bachelor’s degree 
  • Advanced experience in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet search engines 
  • Strong attention to detail, organizational skills, and the ability to relate effectively with staff, students, faculty, administrators, and the public 
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills 
Preferred area of study
  • Pursuing a graduate degree in a related field such as higher education administration, organizational behavior, psychology, positive psychology, leadership, non-profit management, social entrepreneurship, etc. 
How to Apply: Students should apply by sending a resume and a cover letter via email to Sara Thompson at sthompson@cmc.edu.




Organizational Development Intern: LeAD Labs - Claremont, CA

Location: Claremont, CA 
Posted: January 20, 2015 
Deadline: Until filled 
Compensation: Unpaid 
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Description: The OD Intern will act as a collaborator of the lab; and will support current and future OD initiatives and programs geared towards employee development and organizational effectiveness. The candidate will perform various administrative tasks which support coordination and implementation of lab’s activities. In addition, the OD Intern will help draft, edit, and update LeAD’s policies, procedures, and other documentation. 

Qualifications: 
  • Must be pursuing a graduate level degree at Claremont Graduate University (e.g., MA, PhD, MBA) or an undergraduate in a program related to Organizational Behavior, Business, HR, or Psychology 
  • Must have interest in Leader Development and in enhancing organizational performance and individual development by applying behavioral-science knowledge 
  • Experience with practices in organizational development is preferred, although not required 
How to Apply: Students should apply on Claremont CONNECT 




Finance Intern: LeAD Labs - Claremont, CA

Location: Claremont, CA 
Posted: January 20, 2015 
Deadline: Until filled 
Compensation: Unpaid 
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Description: The Finance Intern should be interested in grant writing and coordination, product/services pricing, or contract budgeting and management. Finance interns will be assigned to project teams based on their developmental interests. All finance interns will be expected to regularly attend Finance Lab meetings, as well as project team meetings to which the intern has been assigned. to various projects within the lab. 

Qualifications: 
  • Must be pursuing a graduate level degree at Claremont Graduate University (e.g., MA, PhD, MBA) or an undergraduate in a program related to Organizational Behavior, Business, HR, or Psychology 
  • Must have interest in Leader Development or Leader Assessment 
  • Must have interest in grant writing and coordination, product/service pricing, or contract budgeting and coordination. 
How to Apply: Students should apply on Claremont CONNECT 




Graduate Program Assistant: Transdisciplinary Studies Program’s Big Data Initiative – Claremont, CA

Location: Claremont, CA
Posted: January 22, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: $12-15/hour, 10 hours/week

Description: The Graduate Program Assistant will support the Transdisciplinary Studies Program’s Big Data Initiative. This includes assisting with lectures, student competitions, and other events. Responsibilities include event planning, setting up technology for events, publicity, program follow up, and related administrative tasks.

Qualifications: Candidates should have some interest in Big Data/Data analytics, (although technical knowledge of Big Data is not required), as well as command of Microsoft Office suite and excellent attention to detail. Experience with event planning and management preferred. Applicants must submit a paragraph describing their related experience and skills.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Laura Schlosberg laura.schlosberg@cgu.edu, 909-607-0724




Levi’s Kids Retail Intelligence Student: Levi’s Kids Retail Intelligence Program - Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Location: Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Posted: March 30, 2015
Deadline: April 3, 2015
Compensation: Part-time, Paid

Description: We are currently recruiting Claremont Graduate University students for the Levi’s Kids Retail Intelligence Program in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.

Qualifications:
  • The student will be assigned a maximum of 10 stores in your region 
  • Each store visit will last 1 – 4 hours, depending on the retailer 
  • He/she will work from 10-20 hours a week (depending on the number of stores in your region) 
  • He/she will be required to drive his/her own car to get to and from these retail stores. Most stores will be within 20 miles of your 
  • campus. If a store is farther, he/she will receive additional compensation.Compensation is $15/hr plus $0.56/mile over 40 miles driven (roundtrip) 
  • The student will learn about the Levi’s Kids brand, their products, and visual merchandising, so that he/she can optimize how 
  • Levi’s Kids products are displayed in stores to generate the most sales 
How to Apply: Click here to apply online 




Programs Analyst: Housing Authority Of The County of San Bernardino - San Bernardino, CA

Location: San Bernardino, CA
Posted: February 18, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Full-time
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Description: Under general supervision, conduct research and analysis of housing program regulations. Recommend and formulate policies and guidelines based on interpretation of regulations in areas of housing program administration, Moving To Work activities and board approved policies, and prepare necessary reports and training to ensure efficiency and compliance with housing program operations. Inform and assist in housing program efforts in relation to policy and training needs to promote and advance housing programs performance and operational planning. Make recommendations on strategies and procedures and assist with implementation of programs performance initiatives and policy procedure modification. Provide monthly/quarterly reports on program performance to supervisor and senior staff.

Qualifications: Associates degree or equivalent with course work in public/business administration, social/behavioral science or related field. Bachelors degree preferred. At least four (4) years of progressively responsible experience providing data collection and analysis. Previous Public Housing Authority or similar industry. Microsoft Excel highly desired.

How to Apply: Click here to apply online  Position #1400199 Programs Analyst




Research & Evaluation Intern (2 positions available): Riverside County Department of Mental Health - Riverside, CA

Location: Riverside, CA

Posted: May 1, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time (For at least 6 months, at least two days per week), Paid 

Description: The Riverside County Department of Mental Health is seeking a part-time research & evaluation intern to assist with a number of quantitative and qualitative projects, including an evaluation of the Wraparound program. Wraparound unconditionally partners with families of youth with mental health, substance abuse, or co-occurring issues to promote success, safety, and permanence in the home, school, and community. 

Qualifications: CGU student with experience with program evaluation and statistics 

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Cristina Tangonan at jobs.coordinator@cgu.edu 





HR Business Partner Graduate Internship, Corporate - Spring 2015: Walt Disney Company – Burbank, CA

Location: Burbank, CA 
Posted: February 18, 2015 
Deadline: Until filled 
Compensation: Paid, Temporary 
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Description: The Graduate Associate (GA) Program offers a unique opportunity to explore the world of Disney in a 12-month, paid assignment with meaningful and productive projects that allow you to build your resume. You will be working full-time hours for the summer months and provided with challenging projects, performance feedback, valuable networking opportunities, and many educational and social activities. This position will start in Spring 2015 with potential for extension for up to 1-year. The GA will assist with special projects in our Corporate Human Resources department, focusing on HR Business Partner projects. 

Qualifications: 
  • Currently pursuing a Master’s degree at an accredited institution in HR, OD or a related field 
  • Focusing within the field of: HR Management and Business Management with an emphasis in HR, and/or any other relevant majors or coursework. 
  • Must have previous experience in HR/ Organizational development 
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Outlook). 
  • Must have strong technical and communication skills; writing skills are a plus. 
  • Must have strong analytical skills – ability to research and consolidate information to draw conclusions/ tell a story 
How to Apply: Click here to apply online 





Department of Research & Evaluation Masters Level Intern (C): Kaiser Permanente – Pasadena, CA

Location: Pasadena, CA
Posted: February 23, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time, Paid
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Description: This position provides analytical support to a project or department. Under the guidance of a Project Manager/Director, responsible for collecting and researching data, performing analysis, providing recommendations and presenting results.

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree required, OR four (4) years of experience in a directly related field. 
  • High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) required. 
  • Enrolled in or recent graduate of a MBA or other Master's level program with an accredited college or university. 
  • License, Certification, Registration 
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Knowledge of SQL or SAS highly desirable. 
  • Graduate program in Public Health, Biostatistics, Statistics or related 
  • Completed 1-year of graduate training in biostatistics, statistics, or related field. 
  • Experience using SAS and analyses of mutivariate repeated measures. 

How to Apply: Click here to apply online 




Research & Evaluation Intern: Beach Cities Health District – Redondo Beach, CA

Location: Redondo Beach, CA
Posted: January 19, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time
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Description: Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) is a public agency formed in 1955 by the voters of Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach to provide health care services in the community. Today, it is the largest preventative health agency in the US, and a trusted anchor institution and a leading force in changing the paradigm of health care, providing innovative and evidence-based programs and services across the lifespan to Beach Cities residents. The Life Spans department provides strategic planning, oversight, research and evaluation to all other departments and programs in the district to further support the development of evidence-based programs. The Evaluation & Research Intern will provide support to Program Evaluation Specialist – including assistance with dataset management, data analysis, survey design and review, evaluation study design and production of manuals, toolkits, templates and guiding documents.
Duties:
  • Assist in creating, reviewing and editing surveys, researching validated scales and organizing survey databases 
  • Research health-related programs, procedures, best practices and policies related to current evaluation projects; Research evaluation studies, methodology and surveys; Create literature reviews and summaries of research activities performed 
  • Assist in developing quality assurance measurement tools and systems. Assist in developing evaluation plans and program implementation plans 
  • Assist in data cleaning, dataset management, data analysis (quantitative and qualitative), interpretation of results, and preparing results reports, presentations and manuscripts 
  • Research grants, prizes, awards, calls for applications that we can apply to; identify requirements, criteria and deadlines; assist in writing applications and abstracts for submission 
  • Other duties as assigned 
Qualifications:
  • Highly desirable if pursuing a degree in evaluation, public health, health planning, health and wellness, social sciences, epidemiology or related field 
  • Knowledge of methods of planning, developing and administering programs; knowledge of data collection methods (e.g. surveys, interviews); knowledge of evaluation study design principles; knowledge of statistical analysis techniques 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft programs (e.g., Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) and ability to navigate and search via the Internet 
  • Strong organization and project management skills 
  • Ability to handle multiple deadlines and tasks at once and work independently 
How to Apply: All potential interns are asked to complete the following application process to see if this position is an appropriate fit: Send cover letter explaining interest in the position, experience and qualifications, along with your resume to Human Resources (hr@bchd.org)
Interview with supervisor
Submit to criminal background check (at no cost to intern)
Contact: Sara Russo, MPA | Talent Management Coordinator (310) 374-3426, ext. 199 | hr@bchd.org





Part-time Qualitative Researcher: University of California, Los Angeles – Los Angeles, CA

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Posted: June 23, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time

Description: We are looking for part time assistance, summer 2015 (preferably a doctoral student) on a research study to assist with development of a codebook and coding scheme and analysis for health and social research interviews.

Qualifications: Previous research experience in the areas of coding data on race, racism, or African American populations is an asset for this job but not required. We are interested in individuals with the following demonstrable expertise:
  • Open-Ended Qualitative Research Responses 
  • Identifying Themes Using Open-Ended Survey Data 
  • Pattern Observations in Responses 
  • Matrices Creation to Compare Responses 
  • Advanced Skills Using Atlas Ti, Dedoose, or NVivo, prefer Atlas Ti Analysis 
How to Apply: If you have experience with these methods, please send a resume/CV and three references to: Dr. Vickie M. Mays, Director, BRITE Center (www.MinorityHealthDisparities.org) mays@ucla.edu



Compensation and Benefits Project Coordinator: Center for Nonprofit Management – Los Angeles, CA

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Posted: January 27, 2015
Deadline: ASAP, Position is available starting February 2014
Compensation: Part-time, $12.50/hour, 20 hours/week
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Description: The Center for Nonprofit Management (CNM) is looking for a Project Coordinator for the 2015 Compensation and Benefits Survey (C+B). This is a part-time, temporary position beginning February 2015 and going through May 2015. The Project Coordinator will report to and work hand-in-hand with the Project Director. CNM created the C+B as a way to provide nonprofits information on current and local nonprofit compensation and benefits practices and trends. The C+B is the only tool in Southern Calfiornia that helps nonprofits leaders determine and assure competitive salaries and benefit packages. Over 500 nonprofits in Southern California participate in the survey each year. The ideal candidate is interested in learning about nonprofits and will also be provided opportunities to work with and learn from fellow CNM employees and attend CNM seminars, as permitted by assigned responsibilities.

Qualifications:
  • Excellent MS Office Suite skills, particularly Excel 
  • Computer savvy 
  • Experience with customer service 
  • Strong verbal & written communication skills 
  • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines 
  • Ability to work independently and with a group 
  • Highly organized 
  • Comfortable with high volume of communications 
  • Experience with marketing and outreach efforts 
How to Apply: If your qualifications meet these criteria, please email a cover letter, resume, and references to Jessica Vallejo, jvallejo@cnmsocal.org. Please include in “2015 C+B Project Coordinator” in the title of the email. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.




Do Art Foundation Grant Writer: Do Art Foundation – Los Angeles, CA

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Posted: February 23, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time, Paid
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Description: The Do ArT Foundation is looking for a professional to help organize, research, and write grants for our non-profits arts organization. Do ArT is an arts organization focused on the promotion and creation of work visible in the public landscape. Currently we have a number of exciting up and coming projects developing all around Los Angeles that are in need of funding.

Qualifications:
  • 2-3 years of grant-writing experience in non-profit arts organization is a plus 
  • 1-2 years grants management experience is a plus 
  • Working towards B.A. in Communications or similar field 
  • Technical proficiency with Microsoft Office and database systems 
How to Apply: Please send resume and cover letter in the body of the email to info@doartfoundation.org



Analyst Intern: Xsolla - Sherman Oaks, CA

Location: Sherman Oaks, CA
Posted: February 23, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time, Paid
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Description: Capsidea is an online big data processing platform startup that allows to create a range of data visualizations, dashboards and interactive infographics. It is aimed at businesses and individuals looking to analyse data and to create visual content. Capsidea is now looking for an intern enthusiastic about big data analysis, sales and even some marketing.

Qualifications:
  • Proficiency in math 
  • Great analytical skills 
  • Fluent command of written and spoken English 
  • Passion for copywriting 
  • Basic knowledge of SMM 
How to Apply: Click here to apply online 




Non Profit Business Development Intern: Fund Dreamer - Malibu, CA

Location: Malibu, CA
Posted: February 23, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time, Paid
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Description: Fund Dreamer is a fast growing technology startup located in Los Angeles, California. Our focus is to provide consumers a fully integrated crowdfunding platform for fundraising and buying/selling campaign related professional services to simplify launching crowdfunding campaigns. Fund Dreamer Foundation is a California Nonprofit Corporation with IRS 501(c)3 status. The Fund Dreamer Foundation's mission is to eradicate inequality in funding for Women and Diversity Groups. Your donation to Fund Dreamer Foundation is tax deductible. Fund Dreamer Foundation Tax ID #46-5384624.

Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for developing Non-Profit crowdfunding and prospects into campaigns or services. 
  • Research Accounts, identify key players and generate interest. 
  • Team Leadership skills, the ability to recruit a team, educate them, and lead them to success. 
  • Quickly develop comprehensive knowledge of our product and marketplace. 
  • Work from Home / Remotely or in Los Angeles, California Office. 
  • Ongoing collaboration with operations and marketing teams while working closely with business development team. 
Qualifications:
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to inform and entertain via written, oral and visual media. 
  • Familiar and able to work with all social media platforms like: YouTube, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Vimeo, Facebook, Etc. 
  • An innovative self-starter with problem solving skills, creativity, ambition, and a strong work ethic. 
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills. 
How to Apply: Click here to apply online 





Community Research Fellow: Building Healthy Communities - Eastern Coachella Valley, CA

Location: Eastern Coachella Valley, CA
Posted: January 19, 2015
Deadline: January 31, 2015
Compensation: Stipend, Temporary
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Description: Building Healthy Communities (BHC) Eastern Coachella Valley (ECV) is part of a 10- year, $1 billion project to create sustainable and community-driven health initiatives across California. With funding from the California Endowment, residents of the eastern Coachella Valley are taking action to improve health outcomes in their communities. They’re doing this by improving: employment opportunities, education, housing, safety, environmental justice, access to healthy foods and more. The goal is to create places where children are healthy, safe and ready to learn. We are searching for three Community Research Fellows who will help the BHC ECV develop and implement a strategic research and data plan for each of our community action teams. Fellows will be appointed on a part time basis for a 10 to 12 month period and will be expected to be on site for a minimum number of hours each week. The maximum stipend for this appointment is $10,000. Fellows will report directly to the BHC Hub director.

Key Responsibilities Include: 
  • Work with BHC Staff and Action Team leaders to create a research plan that addresses both short and long-term data needs 
  • Each fellow will produce research projects that effectively communicate data and findings to key constituent groups, including policymakers, government and nonprofit representatives and community residents 
  • Provide research trainings with key community leaders on one or more of the following topics: how to identify data sources, data visualization, writing policy briefs, basic data analysis 
  • Attend monthly action team and committee meetings. 
Qualifications:
  • Potential candidates must be enrolled in a graduate program or must have already received a graduate degree. 
  • Verbal and written English and Spanish language skills. 
  • Qualitative and/or quantitative research skills. 
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing applied research projects. 
How to Apply: Interested individuals should submit a one-page cover letter that includes a brief description of relevant experience, a resume/CV and three references to Silvia Paz, BHC Hub Director at bhcecv@gmail.com. We will begin to review applications on January 31, 2015.




Program Evaluation Intern (3-4 available): Girls Inc – Oakland, CA

Location: Oakland, CA
Posted: March 6, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: 30-40 hours per week, Unpaid
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Description: The Program Evaluation Intern team plays an instrumental role in the continuous quality improvement process of Girls Inc. programs. Through analyses of the 2014-15 Girls Inc. school year and summer program data, interns summarize program outcomes and results in reports that both inform our practice and demonstrate our impact. At the end of the internship period, each intern creates a dynamic presentation to inform Girls Inc. staff on what aspects of programs are effective and, most importantly, program areas to enhance, so girls have the tools they need to be strong, smart, and bold.

Qualifications:
  • Currently enrolled in or recent graduate of a Master or Doctoral program in public health, education, social sciences, or similar field; highly qualified undergraduates may also be considered. 
  • Experience with quantitative and qualitative research methods in the social sciences. 
  • Strong desire to support Girls Inc.’s mission, programs, and community. 
  • Interest in working with underserved populations and using data to inform the design of high quality services to meet community needs. 
  • Ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks and work collaboratively, as well as independently. 
  • Excellent written communication and analytical skills, including experience producing reports with narrative and visual representation of information/data. 
  • Bi-literate (Spanish/English), highly desirable, but not required. 

How to Apply: To apply, please submit your CV or resume; writing sample (not exceeding 5 pages); and a cover letter, which includes your interest in Girls Inc., how this internship supports your academic and professional goals, and the skills and expertise you have that will support your success. Application materials should be sent to Melissa Bryan, Senior Director of Grants and Evaluation, at grants@girlsinc-alameda.org. Incomplete applications will not be considered.




Part-time Faculty: Coastline College – Orange County, CA

Location: Orange County, CA
Posted: January 27, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time
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Description: Coastline College needs more on-site part-time faculty. Next fall, Coastline will be expanding our STAR program and our VP of Student Services and VP Instruction, have told us we can expect between 200 - 250 additional students. STAR program classes will be scheduled during the day and will be on-site classes. This is a significant shift for our college. Coastline is known for their online/hybrid education delivery. We are looking for qualified people for college level teaching jobs in ANY DISCIPLINE.

Qualifications: Master's degree from an accredited institution.

How to Apply: Please put your application into the Coast Community College District Faculty pool, which is available online at the District's site (www.cccd.edu). One application will allow a candidate opportunities at all three of the Coast CCD (GoldenWest, Coastline, Orange Coast). Send Michelle Priest (mpriest@coastline.edu) your resume/cover letter and she will forward the application materials to the appropriate area chair for review.




Student Experience in Educational Research: Institute for Evidence-Based Change – Long Beach, CA

Location: Long Beach, CA
Posted: January 8, 2015
Deadline: February 1, 2015
Compensation: Part-time (15-20 hours per week) $20 per hour
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Description: Do you want to know more about how educational data and research can be used to make a difference in students’ academic progress and outcomes? The Institute for Evidence-Based Change is a growing non-profit organization committed to student success by helping education stakeholders use data and information to make informed decisions and improve practice. We use a collaborative, action-based research model that links data across educational segments – high school and college – and with other agencies, such as child welfare. Our services focus in four key areas: improving data use; advancing college readiness and success; improving educational quality; and helping clients unlock their data for use in transforming teaching and learning. We work with K-12 schools, community colleges, universities, state systems, and private foundations to help faculty and other education stakeholders understand and use their data to make on-the-ground and systemic, changes that result in sustainable student. Our work is nationwide, including California, Colorado, Texas, Idaho, Kentucky, Hawaii, and New York. Our funders include major foundations such as Lumina, Gates, Irvine, and Hewlett.

Qualifications:
  • Be a graduate student in good standing at their academic institution. 
  • Follow all IEBC policies and procedures. Failure to adhere to policies and procedures may result in immediate termination of the agreement. 
  • An interest in educational research; evaluation; faculty collaboration; data analysis and reporting. 
  • Excellent oral, written and communication/presentation skills 
  • Excellent time management and other personal organization skills 
  • Knowledge of MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 
  • Ability to work well with diverse groups of people 
  • Ability to meet regularly with mentor/supervisor 
How to Apply: Please submit a one-page letter of interest and a brief resume via e-mail to: Jordan Horowitz
Vice President, Foundation Relations and Project Development
jhorowitz@iebcnow.org




Staff Development/Training Intern (Unpaid Internship): Orange County Community Resources - Santa Ana, CA

Location: Santa Ana, CA
Posted: April 24, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Full-time
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Description: Orange County Community Resources (OCCR) consists of four programs: OC Animal Care, OC Community Services, OC Parks and OC Public Libraries in addition to a variety of Administrative Services. The OCCR Staff Development division coordinates, develops and delivers a variety of learning opportunities to staff. While promoting personal and professional development opportunities, Staff Development contributes to the creation of an efficient, safe and interactive work environment. Interns will work closely with OCCR Staff Development trainers and participate in a variety of administrative support assignments. Duties include, but are not limited to, coordinating training facilities, creating and distributing marketing materials, performing detailed editing and analysis of Excel spreadsheets, and assisting with the setup and breakdown of classroom furniture/signage.

Qualification: Junior- and senior-level college students, graduate students and recent graduates may apply. The internship is geared for applicants with backgrounds in public administration, marketing, business administration, human resources, psychology, organizational development, leadership development and related fields.

How to Apply: Please email a resume, cover letter and unofficial transcript. The cover letter is an opportunity for the student to describe career and academic goals, to elaborate upon personal and academic accomplishments, to share areas of interest that relate to the internship and to identify what type of internship experience he/she is seeking. Please include GPA, preferred start and end dates for the internship, number of hours that can be scheduled on a weekly basis and days/timeframes available to schedule internship hours.



Learning & Development Consultant (Unpaid Internship): Orange County Human Resource Services – Santa Ana, CA

Location: Santa Ana, CA
Posted: April 24, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Full-time
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Description: Orange County Human Resource Services (HRS) is an essential part of the County of Orange’s infrastructure, supporting every aspect of human resource operations. HRS hires and develops employees, ensures fair and equitable treatment of employees, and supports the provision of adequate compensation, which are critical to the County’s success. The mission of HRS is to attract, retain, and develop a highly skilled and competent work force so that County agencies/departments can provide outstanding services to their customers. The County of Orange is committed to the professional development of its workforce. HRS Learning & Organizational Development focuses on Succession Development, ensuring a strong leadership bench exists, at all levels to meet the evolving needs of the County. This is accomplished through a variety of methods, including competency-based training focused on facilitating staff's development and enhancement of leadership skill sets.

Qualifications: The department is seeking an applicant with the following qualifications:
  • Ability to create spreadsheets, presentations and correspondence using the Microsoft Office suite of applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel). 
  • Experience or skills related to survey design, evaluation and analysis. 
  • Ability to analyze complex data and develop conclusions and recommendations. 
  • Excellent communication skills including both the spoken and written word; active listening skills. 
  • Outstanding teamwork skills and the ability to work with people from varied backgrounds who have multiple, different interaction styles. 
  • The ability to deal with ambiguity, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and produce quality work products. 
How to Apply: Please email a resume, cover letter and unofficial transcript. The cover letter is an opportunity for the student to describe career and academic goals, to elaborate upon personal and academic accomplishments, to share areas of interest that relate to the internship and to identify what type of internship experience he/she is seeking. Please include GPA, preferred start and end dates for the internship, number of hours that can be scheduled on a weekly basis and days/timeframes available to schedule internship hours.





Organization Planning Internship: Panasonic Avionics - Irvine, CA

Location: Irvine, CA
Posted: May 11, 2015
Deadline: May 25, 2015
Compensation: 24-40 hours/week, Up to 1 year, Paid

Description: This is an exciting internship opportunity for those who want to gain experience in Human Resources project management, program development and change management for a global organization. The Organization Planning intern will support the Performance Management and Succession Planning programs by developing and managing reporting of key metrics, writing communications, researching best practices and performing other administrative duties. This is an exciting time to become part of the Human Resources group at Panasonic Avionics, as there are several company-wide initiatives underway, including enhancements to the Performance Management program.

Qualifications:
  • BA/BS in Psychology, Organizational Development, Human Resources or related field 
  • 1-2 years of work experience 
  • Proficient in MS Office, including Excel, Visio (preferred), PowerPoint and Word 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Interest in developing both project and program management skills 
  • Workday experience a plus! 
How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Bianca Blanco at Bianca.Blanco@panasonic.aero



Health & Wellness Human Resource Intern: Western Digital – Irvine, CA

Location: Irvine, CA
Posted: April 24, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Full-time
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Description: This intern will help with wellness projects such as newsletters, auditing gym receipts, helping with biometric screening scheduling, communication and marketing collateral for the new wellness centers. Any experience with project management, group engagement, marketing, excel and health promotion is desired.

Qualifications:
  • Pursuing a BA/BS/MS/MA in Human Resources, Business, Psychology or closely related field with an accredited 4 year institution. 
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA required. 
  • An interest in Human Resources and communications. 
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills. 
  • Able to write business correspondence. 
  • Proficient at using a PC; highly proficient in the use of MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. 
  • Knowledge in calendaring in Outlook and using Intranet/Internet. 
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail is an absolute must. 
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to maintain confidentiality, conduct business in ethical manner, present a credible image and accept and follow direction. 
How to Apply: Click here to apply online 




Research Analyst: Southwestern College - San Diego, CA

Location: San Diego, CA
Posted: March 10, 2015
Deadline: March 20, 2015
Compensation: Full-time, $59,160 to $72,00
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Description: Under the direction of the Director of Institutional Research, Planning and Grants, plan, design, conduct, and assist in coordinating a comprehensive institutional research program; provide information and research required for the provision of information on Student Success and Support Program (SSSP) and Student Equity plans via written reports, tables, graphics, oral presentations and a variety of computer-mediated formats. Perform extensive and technical institutional research and evaluation duties including those related to State and Federal mandated programs and activities; design and perform research and evaluation of institutional planning issues; coordinate research activities with District departments and groups; prepare reports for State and Federal agencies to fulfill compliance regulations and requirements and assure institutional effectiveness.

Qualifications: Any combination equivalent to: a Bachelor’s degree in statistics, mathematics, economics or social/educational research; and three years of responsible experience conducting professional level research in or similar to institutional research. Graduate work in a field that contributes to designing and conducting valid research studies is desirable and may substitute for two years of experience. Proficiency using the following PC programs: SPSS, Access, Excel, eLumen, and Word. Experience in higher education preferably at the community college level with community college institutional research background; Master’s degree in Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, or Social/Educational Research or closely related field and three years of experience with relevant computer hardware and software is preferred. 

How to Apply: Click here to apply online 




Penn Summer Doctoral Fellows Program: The University of Pennsylvania’s Nonprofit Leadership (NPL) Program - Philadelphia, PA

Location: Philadelphia, PA
Posted: January 20, 2015
Deadline: March 1, 2015
Compensation: $3,000 stipend

Description: Facilitated by Peter Frumkin, Director of the NPL Program, the Summer Doctoral Fellows program will explore emerging issues in the world of nonprofit organizations, voluntary action, philanthropy, social enterprise, and international civil society. The program will be held June 2-24, 2015 at The University of Pennsylvania. Students are expected to submit a draft research paper that they would like to improve and prepare for publication during the program. Housing near the Penn campus and $3,000 stipends are provided to all 2015 Summer Fellows.

Qualifications: Graduate students currently enrolled in PhD programs in all fields

How to Apply: Submission requirements: A resume, draft research paper (unpublished) on a topic related to the nonprofit sector, and an abstract. Send to lyount@sp2.upenn.edu by March 1, 2015.




Planning & Measurement Summer Internship: Boys & Girls Clubs of America – Atlanta, GA

Location: Atlanta, GA
Posted: May 1, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time, Unpaid
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Description: Planning and Measurement collects and analyzes data and supports Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Boys & Girls Club organizations in using data to achieve their goals, measure and increase their impact, and drive increased revenue. The team assists with BGCA’s annual and long-term planning, as well as managing several mission-critical data collection and outcome measurement processes. The internship begins May 11, 2015 and ends August 28, 2015. The position is approximately 15 to 30 hours per week.

Qualifications:
Time Commitment: 16 to 20 hours per week over a span of about 12 weeks during the summer; specific dates to be determined once intern is selected. There is some flexibility in arranging the schedule.

Education: Candidates must be an incoming senior in an undergraduate program or a graduate student pursuing a degree in public administration, policy, social work, psychology, education, youth development or a related social sciences or human services field.

Desirable software proficiencies: MS Office, especially Excel and PowerPoint; Experience or proficiency with SPSS (statistical software or Survey Monkey is a definite plus

How to Apply: Click here to apply online 




Planning & Measurement Summer Internship (Knowledge Management): Boys & Girls Clubs of America – Atlanta, GA

Location: Atlanta, GA
Posted: May 1, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time, Unpaid
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Description: Planning and Measurement collects and analyzes data and supports Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Boys & Girls Club organizations in using data to achieve their goals, measure and increase their impact, and drive increased revenue. The internship begins May 11, 2015 and ends August 28, 2015. The position is approximately 15 to 30 hours per week.

Qualifications:
Time Commitment: 16 to 20 hours per week over a span of 10 to 12 weeks during the summer of 2015; specific dates to be determined once intern is selected. There is some flexibility in arranging the schedule.

Education: Candidates must be an incoming senior in an undergraduate program or a graduate student pursuing a degree in social work, education, youth development or a related social sciences or human services field or in a journalism or communications field.

Desirable software proficiencies: MS Office, especially Word, Excel and PowerPoint; experience with or proficiency in MS Sharepoint and online database applications in Sharepoint environments is a definite plus

How to Apply: Click here to apply online




Sports, Entertainment & Alumni Development Summer Internship: Boys & Girls Clubs Of America – Atlanta, GA

Location: Atlanta, GA
Posted: May 1, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Part-time, Unpaid
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Description: Planning and Measurement collects and analyzes data and supports Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Boys & Girls Club organizations in using data to achieve their goals, measure and increase their impact, and drive increased revenue. 15 to 30 hours per week from June 1, 2015 through August 7, 2015. There is some flexibility in arranging the schedule, both in hours worked and length of internship.

Qualifications: Candidates must be an incoming senior in an undergraduate program or a graduate student pursuing a degree in social work, education, youth development or a related social sciences or human services field or in a journalism or communications field. Desirable software proficiencies: MS Office, especially Word, Excel and PowerPoint; experience with or proficiency in MS Sharepoint and online database applications in Sharepoint environments is a definite plus

How to Apply: Click here to apply online 





2015 Summer Change Execution Intern (Graduate): Verizon - Basking Ridge, NJ

Location: Basking Ridge, NJ
Posted: March 6, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Full-time, Paid
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Description: The Change Execution Graduate Intern will have the opportunity to engage on several potential efforts, including but not limited to:
  • Work in a group to analyze and solve for complex organizational challenges facing Verizon 
  • Examine organization and change performance measures and propose ideas for new and/or refined measurements and tools 
  • Explore external research findings and insights across a variety of interdisciplinary areas, and introduce ways to incorporate relevant information into internal tools, practices, and knowledge base 
  • Learn and apply the VZChange tools and practices in support of strategic business initiatives 
  • Evaluate the efficacy of VZChange change execution services and identify strategic and tactical recommendations to create additional organizational value 
  • Design, co-create, and/or author a change-focused project that delivers value to VZChange, Verizon, or both 
Qualifications:
  • Min of 4 years of work experience in organizational change management or related field 
  • Currently enrolled in a full-time graduate study program in a relevant field and returning to the program after the completion of the internship
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and work under aggressive timeframesSolid analytical, problem-solving and customer interaction skillsMust be able to work independently with little supervision, as well as in a team
How to Apply: Click here to apply online





Human Capital Management Analyst : Business Partner Solutions at Goldman Sachs – New York, NY

Location: New York, NY
Posted: February 9, 2015
Deadline: Until filled
Compensation: Full-time
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Description: The Business Partner Solutions team is part of HCM Solutions, which is responsible for evolving HCM’s operational strategy, expanding and optimizing the division’s reporting and project capabilities and re-engineering processes across the division. The Business Partner Solutions team works closely with the divisionally-aligned business partner teams and firmwide centers of expertise to improve HCM delivery to divisions and firm leadership. Services include streamlining processes, enhancing reporting and analytical capabilities and strengthening stakeholder engagement. As a member of the Business Partner Solutions team, you will work closely with the Employee Relations Operations Group to support the strategic direction of the Employee Relations Group with a focus on reporting, metrics and analytics. The Employee Relations Group focuses on preventing and resolving difficult workplace situations, supporting key talent management processes and enforcing the firm’s culture.

Qualifications:
  • Excellent analytical skills: ability to organize and analyze large datasets, detect and correct errors, interpret and report results to various audiences and take responsibility for data quality assurance 
  • Technical skills: proficient in Microsoft office products; strong familiarity with advanced Excel skills such as vlookups, pivot tables, and multiple variable formulas strongly preferred 
  • Attention to detail – highly organized with excellent follow-through and delivery 
  • Results-oriented – ability to handle multiple, time-sensitive projects while ensuring the delivery of high quality work 
  • High level of maturity, demonstrated ability to manage confidential information, and impeccable judgment 
  • Demonstrated client service focus and ability to build relationships across all levels of the organization 
  • Ability to work well both independently and in a team environment 
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills 
Experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Finance, Accounting or a related analytical field 
  • Minimum 1 year relevant experience 
How to Apply: Click here to apply online




2015 Dalmas A. Taylor Memorial Summer Minority Policy Fellowship: American Psychological Association and SPSSI – Washington DC

Location: Washington DC
Posted: March 6, 2015
Deadline: March 15, 2915
Compensation: Full-time, Temporary, The summer stipend is $3,000
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Description: The summer fellowship typically runs 8-12 weeks. Most Fellows work four days at APA and one day at SPSSI's Central Office each week. The summer stipend is $3,000. In addition, SPSSI will provide up to $1,500 for living expenses* to relocate to Washington, DC.

The purpose of this award is to honor the memory of Dalmas A. Taylor, who passed away during his term as President of SPSSI. Dr. Taylor had been involved for many years with SPSSI. In addition, he was instrumental in establishing the Minority Fellowship at the American Psychological Association and in increasing the APA’s attention to inclusion of people of color.

This fellowship is administered in conjunction with APA and it’s Minority Fellowship Office. It provides an opportunity for a graduate student of color to work on public policy issues in Washington, DC.

Qualifications: Applicants must be currently enrolled and in good standing in an accredited graduate program in psychology or a related field. In addition they must be members of an ethnic minority group (including, but not limited to, African American, Alaskan Native, American Indian, Asian American, Hispanic, and Pacific Islander) and/or have demonstrated a commitment to a career with a focus on ethnic minority issues. Applicants should not have completed their graduate program by the time they begin the fellowship.

Items Needed to Apply: The application should include:
1. A cover page stating your name, institution, address, telephone number, fax number (if applicable), and email address.
2. A 3-page statement with detailed information that includes:
(a) reason for your interest in this fellowship
(b) your previous and current research experiences
(c) indication of your interest in ethnic minority psychological issues
(d) statement of how this fellowship would contribute to your career goals
3. Two letters of recommendation. Please upload these letters with your materials or have them emailed directly to awards@spssi.org.
4. Current curriculum vitae

How to Apply: Online submissions are the preferred method. You are limited to five files to upload at any given time, and submissions must be limited to this number. At the time you submit your completed application, please also send an email to Central Office at awards@spssi.org. As the subject of the email write "Taylor application". In the body of the email include the information from your cover page. Recommendation letters should be included with your uploaded materials if possible. If preferred, please email recommendation letters to awards@spssi.org for inclusion.



2015 Summer Internship Program: Congressional Budget Office – Washington DC

Location: Washington DC
Posted: February 9, 2015
Deadline: February 27, 2015
Compensation: Temporary
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Description: The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) provides the Congress with the objective, timely, and nonpartisan analyses needed for economic and budgetary decisions. CBO is accepting applications from graduate students through February 27, 2015 for the 2015 Summer Internship Program. Interns contribute to CBO’s work in program areas such as budget and tax policy, health care, national defense, the environment, education, retirement and other income assistance, regulation, and public investment.

CBO internships offer candidates with preparation in disciplines related to our mission:
  • Ten-weeks of experience in the federal budget process and policymaking, 
  • Responsibility for specific projects, 
  • Opportunity to work alongside leaders in economic analysis, 
  • Flexible start and end dates, 
  • Opportunity to participate in educational events on Capitol Hill, 
  • The dynamic environment of one of the world’s premier cities, 
  • Competitive compensation based on academic level and related experience, and a 
  • Local transportation subsidy up to $130 per month. 
Qualifications: 
  • Be pursuing a graduate degree in economics, public policy, health policy, finance, or a related field 
  • Have solid writing skills and the ability communicate clearly and concisely 
  • Have exceptional interpersonal and analytical skills 
  • Be familiar with computer programming, statistics, econometrics, or other quantitative methods 
How to Apply: A complete application consists of: a résumé; a cover letter; contact information for 2 references (preferably one academic and one employment); and an unofficial transcript.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are a first-year graduate student, you must also submit your unofficial undergraduate transcript.
To be considered, you must submit a complete application by February 27, 2015.
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Services for Transition Age Youth (STAY) fellowship: American Psychological Association - Washington DC

Location: Washington DC
Posted: January 8, 2015
Deadline: January 15, 2015
Compensation: Paid, Temporary

Description: Funded by a grant from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the MFP has created the Services for Transition Age Youth (STAY) fellowship to support the training of master’s level practitioners in mental health services. This fellowship is designed for students in terminal master’s programs in psychology whose training prepares them to provide mental health services to transition age youth (ages 16 through 25) and their families.

Qualifications:
  • Be U.S. citizens, permanent residents or noncitizen nationals. 
  • Have a strong commitment to a career in mental health services with ethnic minority transition age youth (ages 16 through 25) and their families. 
  • Be currently enrolled full-time in a terminal master’s program in psychology that is housed in the same department as an APA-accredited doctoral program. 
  • Be on track to graduate between May 1, 2015, and Aug. 31, 2015, (for STAY cohort 1) or between May 1, 2016, and Aug. 31, 2016, (for STAY cohort 2).Be prepared to enter the field as a mental health practitioner upon graduation. 
  • It is not required for applicants to identify as ethnic minorities; however, African-Americans, Alaska Natives, American Indians, Asian-Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders are especially encouraged to apply. 
How to Apply: Click here to find out more information on the application process




2015 Dalmas A. Taylor Memorial Summer Minority Policy Fellowship: American Psychological Association – Washington DC

Location: Washington DC
Posted: January 8, 2015
Deadline: March 15, 2015
Compensation: The summer stipend is $3,000, up to $1,500 for living expenses

Description: The purpose of this award is to honor the memory of Dalmas A. Taylor, who passed away during his term as President of SPSSI. Dr. Taylor had been involved for many years with SPSSI. In addition, he was instrumental in establishing the Minority Fellowship at the American Psychological Association and in increasing the APA’s attention to inclusion of people of color. This fellowship is administered in conjunction with APA and it’s Minority Fellowship Office. It provides an opportunity for a graduate student of color to work on public policy issues in Washington, DC. 

The summer fellowship typically runs 8-12 weeks. Most Fellows work four days at APA and one day at SPSSI's Central Office each week. The summer stipend is $3,000. In addition, SPSSI will provide up to $1,500 for living expenses* to relocate to Washington, DC.

Qualifications: Applicants must be currently enrolled and in good standing in an accredited graduate program in psychology or a related field. In addition they must be members of an ethnic minority group (including, but not limited to, African American, Alaskan Native, American Indian, Asian American, Hispanic, and Pacific Islander) and/or have demonstrated a commitment to a career with a focus on ethnic minority issues. Applicants should not have completed their graduate program by the time they begin the fellowship.

How to Apply: The application should include:

1. A cover page stating your name, institution, address, telephone number, fax number (if applicable), and email address.
2. A 3-page statement with detailed information that includes:
(a) reason for your interest in this fellowship
(b) your previous and current research experiences
(c) indication of your interest in ethnic minority psychological issues
(d) statement of how this fellowship would contribute to your career goals
3. Two letters of recommendation. Please upload these letters with your materials or have them emailed directly to awards@spssi.org.
4. Current curriculum vitae

Apply Online Now! Online submissions are the preferred method. You are limited to five files to upload at any given time, and submissions must be limited to this number. At the time you submit your completed application, please also send an email to Central Office at awards@spssi.org. As the subject of the email write "Taylor application". In the body of the email include the information from your cover page. Recommendation letters should be included with your uploaded materials if possible. If preferred, please email recommendation letters to awards@spssi.org for inclusion.




Socioeconomic Determinants Coordinator: Partners In Health, Malawi (M13-USA) - Neno, Malawi

Location: Neno, Malawi
Posted: January 22, 2015
Deadline: February 3, 2015
Compensation: Stipend
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Description: Partners In Health (PIH) is a non-profit corporation based in Boston, Massachusetts, whose mission is to provide a preferential option for the poor in health care. Through service delivery, training, research, and advocacy, PIH works globally to bring the benefits of modern science to those most in need and to serve as an antidote to despair. PIH currently has programs in Haiti, Peru, Guatemala, Mexico, Russia, Rwanda, Lesotho, Malawi, Burundi, Kazakhstan, the Dominican Republic, and Boston.PIH has been working in Malawi since 2007 supporting MOH in strengthening Health system and provide Good quality health care in Neno District.

The Socioeconomic Determinants Coordinator is a new position that will serve as key part of the community health team, who aim to address the underlying social determinants of disease through direct intervention and education. This fellow will coordinate and assist the team in evaluating our current socioeconomic projects and making recommendations for the future, with a particular focus on income-generating initiatives. Furthermore, a major priority of the community health department is to find innovative and creative ways to integrate the activities with clinical initiatives and priorities in Neno, and this will be a key part of the evaluation and implementation of new ideas.

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree required; background in economics, finance, or development studies with interest in public health, preferred 
  • Experience (2 years minimum) providing administrative or coordination and logistics support in an office setting 
  • Familiarity with income-generating programs and finance 
  • Demonstrated data analysis skills 
  • Strong organizational skills and detail orientation; Ability to be flexible, think creatively, and manage competing priorities 
  • Demonstrated maturity and good judgment 
  • Comfortable living in a rural area with ability to take initiative and work with minimal direction 
  • Ability to interact professionally with culturally diverse staff 
How to Apply: Click here to apply online http://ghcorps.org/placements/m13-usa-socioeconomic-determinants-coordinator-partners-in-health-malawi/





Monitoring, Evaluation and Quality Officer: Partners In Health, Rwanda (R03-USA) - Rwinkwavu, Rwanda

Location: Rwinkwavu, Rwanda
Posted: January 22, 2015
Deadline: February 3, 2015
Compensation: Stipend
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Description: Partners In Health (PIH), headquartered in Boston, MA, is an internationally recognized non-profit organization whose mission is to provide a preferential option for the poor in health care. Through its service delivery, training, advocacy and research, PIH works globally to bring the benefits of modern medical science to those most in need and to serve as an antidote to despair. PIH operates sites for clinical care, research and training in 10 countries (Haiti, Peru, Russia, Boston, Rwanda, Lesotho, Malawi, Kazakhstan, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic) and has a growing network of affiliated organizations and initiatives in several other countries, including Nepal, Burundi, Mali, Liberia, Guatemala, and Togo.In 2005, Partners In Health was invited by the Rwanda Government to start working in Rwanda, and a sister organization locally known as “Inshuti Mu Buzima” (IMB) was initiated. Today PIH/IMB accompanies the Ministry of Health (MOH) in three rural districts (Kayonza, Kirehe and Burera) with a total catchment area of 900,000 people, to deliver high quality health care at three district hospitals, 40 health centers, and at the community level through roughly 2,700 community health workers.

The MEQ Fellow will play an integral bridging role, working with both the Monitoring and Evaluation and Quality Improvement teams at PIH. Since 2010, PIH, in collaboration with the MOH, has supported districts implementing an innovative Mentorship Enhanced Supervision for Healthcare and Quality Improvement (MESH-QI) program which is focused on providing sustained, regular clinical mentoring and routine clinical data collection and utilization for continuous quality improvement. MESH-QI was proven to be an extremely effective model to improve processes of healthcare delivery at health facilities. Work in the Monitoring and Evaluation department will focus on supporting strategic data use and capacity development. The fellow will be involved in the activities of the Monitoring and Evaluation department’s support to IMB clinical and operations programs across three districts, and technical assistance for quarterly data sharing meetings.

Qualifications:
  • Master of Public Health or related post graduate degree 
  • At least 2 years of quality improvement and/or monitoring and evaluation professional experience 
  • Understanding of principles of quality improvement 
  • Prior work developing and delivering training content 
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks while maintaining organized records and files 
  • Proficient use of Microsoft Excel including graphs, charts, formulas, and conditional formatting 
  • Demonstrated experience collaborating in a professional setting 
Preferred
  • Ability to work in French 
  • Previous work experience in a developing country and/or rural area 
  • Professional experience in the health sector 
How to Apply: Click here to apply online 





Monitoring and Evaluation Fellow: Uganda Development and Health Associates, Uganda (G01-USA) - Iganga, Uganda

Location: Iganga, Uganda
Posted: January 22, 2015
Deadline: February 3, 2015
Compensation: Stipend
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Description: Uganda Development and Health Associates (UDHA) is a service provision organization dedicated to serving the poor and vulnerable members of Ugandan society. UDHA uses a multi-sector and professional approach with strong community participation and ownership for the enhancement of health, rights and development initiatives. UDHA community-based interventions focus on HIV/AIDS, maternal and child health, advocacy, and youth. 

The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will develop the overall strategy and framework for UDHA’s monitoring and evaluation activities and will lead implementation of these projects. The fellow will take the lead on UDHA’s M&E strategy through in-depth analysis of health outcome metrics as well as feasibility studies, piloting data collection and metric calculation, recommending metrics to high-level leadership, leading strategic planning for building an M&E program, and rolling out the program.

Qualifications:
  • Strong analytical and decision making skills 
  • Experience using STATA, SPSS, and/or Epi Info software 
  • Proficiency in MS office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) for data collection, validation and analysis 
  • Ability to work in a team environment with self-sufficiency and self-motivation 
  • Strong interpersonal skills coupled with excellent communication skills: verbal, written, listening, presentation and facilitation 
  • Ability to multi-task: flexible and capable of working under pressure and tight deadlines with demonstrated ability to prioritize across multiple projects and relationships 
  • Ability to work in rural settings 
How to Apply: Click here to apply online  





Operations and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer: SOUL Foundation, Uganda (G13-USA) - Bujagali Falls, Uganda

Location: Bujagali Falls, Uganda
Posted: January 22, 2015
Deadline: February 3, 2015
Compensation: Stipend
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Description: Since its start in 2009, the S.O.U.L. Foundation has worked to foster sustainable and vibrant Ugandan communities with a focus on education, women’s empowerment, food security and health. Its vision for relevant, scalable and sustainable development programs was born out of a belief that empowered women are better situated to participate in effective change and can collectively identify problems, develop solutions, and mobilize and implement those solutions.

The Operations and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will help continue to design, develop, and implement programs and manage the M&E of the S.O.U.L. Foundation’s Maternal Health Network. Using data collected on the maternal health needs as well as knowledge and attitudes in Uganda’s Kiira Health Sub-District in Jinja District, the Operations and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will work to meet these needs through a maternal health education project.

The fellow will ensure the curriculum and programming is in line with the needs of the mothers in the community, and will provide ongoing monitoring and evaluation to guarantee that these needs are being appropriately addressed. Fellow will work with parents, village health teams, traditional midwives, and other key maternal health stakeholders to improve maternal health in the community through comprehensive and collaborative interventions.

Qualifications:
  • Experience in monitoring and evaluation 
  • Excellent cross-cultural, interpersonal skills and ability to work with people from a diverse set of backgrounds 
  • Good computer skills, especially in database management and office applications 
  • Take initiative and work well under pressure to meet deadlines 
  • Commitment to the S.O.U.L. Foundation’s mission and vision 
  • Reliable, self-motivated and dynamic 
  • Ability to work in a team and form productive, supportive & professional relationships with all staff at S.O.U.L. Foundation 
How to Apply: Click here to apply online  




Senior Research Associate: Ministry of Health, Zambia (Z01-Int) - Lusaka, Zambia

Location: Lusaka, Zambia
Posted: January 22, 2015
Deadline: February 3, 2015
Compensation: Stipend
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Description: The Ministry of Health is a government (public) institution with a mandate to provide health service delivery. The Directorate of Disease Surveillance Control and Research has a mandate to generate timely information for evidence based health service delivery. The Research Unit coordinates all the health research activities in Zambia. The main role of the Senior Research Associate will be to provide support to the Research Unit of the Ministry of Health headquarters in Zambia. This includes helping to build the capacity to coordinate all health research activities in the country and store this data in a user-friendly and easily retrievable form. The Research Fellow will report to the Principal Surveillance and Research Officer at the Ministry of Health and help in the coordination of various research activities, including, research monitoring, grant writing and holding dissemination activities.

Qualifications:
  • Proficient in data management software like SPSS, STATA, MS Access or NVivo 
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills 
  • Experience with proposal development and grant writing 
  • Experience with capacity building initiatives 
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