Position: Intern, Data and Research Program, Voices for Virginia’s Children
Voices for Virginia’s Children is seeking to fill a master level data internship position for the early months of 2023. This master level internship opportunity in applied data research would fill up to 210 hours, and would be paid a stipend of up to $3,150. The internship would start in Jan 2023 and continue into the spring. This position intends to be remote, with potential to work in our Richmond office if desired. This position will be directly supervised by our Research Director, with the potential to work with other departments such as fundraising, policy, and outreach. Experience in data maintenance (downloading, cleaning) with excellent Excel skills required. Preferred experience with SAS, SPSS, or other analytic database software.
Voices for Virginia’s Children is a statewide multi-issue policy, advocacy, and data organization. Our research and data program is home to the KIDS COUNT DATA center. We represent Virginia in being the go to statewide source for the child health and wellbeing data with the most variety and depth of topics at both the state and locality level. Tracking hundreds of indicators over time and by categories like race, education, income, and gender, we apply our data to the policy and advocacy process creating the best solutions for all children in Virginia.
To apply: Please send an email introduction with resume and any internship requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org by COB December 1st.
Our Commitment to DEI:
We work to create a brave place that empowers others to be their authentic selves. We acknowledge and celebrate the differences within each other.
We recognize that the children and families of VA are unique in their backgrounds, beliefs, opportunities, and challenges. We strive to embody and embrace that in our work, believing that our unique identities allow us to create a brighter future for Virginia’s children. Through our efforts, we will engage diverse perspectives and inform equitable and just policy solutions that will transform children’s lives and may dismantle systems of oppression.
We are a group that learns and grows collectively. We value accountability and hold ourselves and others to high standards of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. We also create opportunities for others to join us on this journey.
Voices is an equal opportunity employer.