NONDUKE STUDENT/INTERN, OFFICE OF DURHAM & COMMUNITY AFFAIRS (Durham, NC, US, 27710)
The Community Research Collaborative
The Community Research Collaborative (CRC) supports the applied research, scholarship, and creative activities of Duke’s Office of Durham & Community Affairs, facilitates a collaborative community engaged research and innovation environment, and translates results into social, economic, and technological developments with our neighbors in the region with a particular focus on Durham. The CRC invites applications for internships.
NonDuke Student Intern The Positions
Application Developer | Copywriter | Data Analyst | Data Scientist | Digital Project Manager | Evaluation Specialist | Front-End Developer | GIS Analyst | Graphic Designer | Policy Analyst | Product Designer Technical Writer | UX Researcher
Depending on the position, duties and responsibilities may include:
- Collaborating on a major data science initiative
- Mining and analyzing data to drive optimization of community-based research efforts
- Developing custom data models and algorithms to apply to data sets
- Helping with database design and development
- Setting up and testing new database and data handling systems
- Sustaining the security and integrity of data
- Responding to requests for information from community partners on a wide range of issues
- Conducting literature searches on special topics arising from the community and summarizing findings, especially pertaining to the most vulnerable populations in Durham
- Assisting in the design and implementation of mixed-methods evaluation and research
- Tracking grantee progress toward impact goals and measures
- Analyzing spatial data and producing digital maps
- Reviewing and evaluating legislation and policies
- Developing data visualizations for diverse audiences
- Writing, editing, proofreading, and citation-checking of reports for publication and Web distribution
- Creating and designing various materials for print and digital collateral
- Maintaining accurate data records and safeguarding confidentiality
Degrees, Licensures, Certifications
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