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Data Analytics Intern

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Curriculum

Requirements

Candidates must be high school students or undergraduate college students. Time commitment is around 3-5 hours per week, split between a weekly task, meeting, and communicating with teammates.

Description

Data Analytics Interns will be responsible for the data collection and analytics for Education’s Research & Analytics Sub-Department. Data Analytics Interns will work on a variety of projects such as studies, surveying, and collecting and analyzing data for the sub-department and the Institute as a whole. Data Analytics Interns will gather data and run different statistical tests and assessments in order to determine relevant connections and analysis for the work of the sub-department and YIP’s Education department. Candidates should enjoy numbers and spreadsheets and have strong communication, writing, and analytical skills.

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Research Intern

Skills

research, writing, communication, data analytics

Status

Open

Research Interns will be responsible for conducting research for the Education Research & Analytics Sub-Department. Research Interns will work on a variety of projects such as data collection and gathering, researching strategies and information for projects related to YIP’s curriculum (potential projects include youth polling, etc.), and writing reports. Research Interns will analyze and interpret the research they find in order to determine relevant connections, analysis and strategies for the work of the sub-department and the YIP’s Education department. Candidates should have strong research, writing and communication skills.

Research Review Associate

Skills

Research, Writing, Communication

Status

Open

Research Review Associates will be evaluating and offering feedback on reference materials used in a non-partisan high school civics curriculum, which should support students' understanding and comprehension of the curriculum material. Associates can expect a time commitment of 3 to 5 hours a week, split between a weekly team meeting and individual work on the curriculum itself.

Web Design Specialist

Skills

Status

Open

The Web Design Specialist will be responsible for creating and maintaining robust online web assets for the Institute's users, advocacy and education initiatives. The Nonprofit Web Design Specialist will develop and deploy custom Webflow pages, mobile-friendly web experiences, and more. This position requires strong attention to detail and a deep understanding of both website design and user experience.

What you can expect to do in this position:

  • Take new page requests from within the company and execute drafts, provide revisions, and finally deploy a final published version live on the internet.
  • Triage bug reports and fix minor design issues or relay larger issues to the team for discussion.
  • Assist in building out larger projects, such as multi-page experiences or one time event pages.
  • Test cross-browser compatibility and ensure web performance, SEO and analytics.
  • Over time, create documentation and expand style guides in collaboration with the Marketing department.
  • Monitor website performance and maintain security of content and data, as needed

Quantitative Manager

Skills

Status

Open

Quantitative managers are individuals who are mainly responsible for using quantitative methods to make sound and practical financial decisions for YIP.

Along with the ability to use methods to assess impact, the quantitative manager will assist the head of development on impact-related projects as needed.

Grant Writer

Skills

Status

Open

Grant writers are the individuals who are mainly responsible for researching grant opportunities and proposing ones that align with the goals and mission of the Institute.

Along with researching opportunities, they are also responsible for drafting grant proposals and submitting reports to the fundraising director and head of development for approval.

Policy Analyst (Civic Innovations)

Skills

Writing, Creative Writing, Critical Thinking, Research, Teamwork

Status

Open

Applicants should be able to collaborate and deliberate in team settings. They should also have a strong grasp of the various political ideologies as well as how to identify the fundamentals of those beliefs.

Social Media Manager (Civic Innovations)

Skills

Multitasking, Netowrking, Content Managing, Understanding of Events, Blogging

Status

Open

The Social Media Manager will be responsible for creating graphics and designs to promote and support department projects while also operating various social media accounts.

Creative Design Intern

Skills

Teamwork, Communication, Editing, Writing

Status

Open

Interns will be illustrating and creating graphics for a non-partisan high school civics curriculum, which will assist in students' understanding and comprehension of the material. Interns will typically work 5 hours a week, split between a weekly team meeting and individual work on the curriculum itself.

HR Central Operations Officer

Skills

Communication, Negotiation, Critical Thinking, Website Management, Strategic Planning

Status

Open

The role of the Human Resources Department within the Institute will be to regulate all matters pertaining to hiring, training, discharge, policy enforcement, and internal member management & support.


Central HR Officers will be working with the CHRO and C-suite leaders. In this capacity, you will have a large amount of freedom and lateral to make decisions. You will effectively be ensuring the systems that propel the organization runs smoothly. This can include database management, conflict resolution, onboarding/termination/hiring procedures, SOP compliance, event/workshop coordination, and even soft skill training. If you want direct experience in an organization's administrative and backend functionality, this is the job for you.

Human Resources Liaison Officer

Skills

Communication, Negotiation, Multitasking, Strategic Planning, Critical Thinking

Status

Open

The role of the Human Resources Department within the Institute will be to regulate all matters pertaining to hiring, training, discharge, policy enforcement, and internal member management & support.

HR Liaison Officers  will have the opportunity to work directly with our impact teams. You will be attached to a Senior VP, VP, or Director in our impact departments to operate as the personnel manager and authority on HR matters. In this capacity, you will have a large amount of freedom and lateral to make decisions. As such strong leadership, communication, and creative problem solving is a must for this position.