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  • Women in Nepal

    Research Intern — Spring 2020

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    WRC is seeking applications for a spring 2020 Research Intern.

    WRC is seeking qualified applications for a three-month internship as part of the WRC’s Research Unit. The ideal start date will be early February 2020. The intern would work seven hours a day, three to four days per week, depending on schedule and availability of the Intern. The internship will be situated in the WRC offices in New York City, and will report directly to the WRC’s Research Advisor.

    The successful candidate will work with all members of the WRC Research Unit and will have the chance to interact with other WRC programs. The intern will gain knowledge and skills from on-the-job experience, with the Research Unit providing feedback to facilitate the learning process. Interns at WRC may receive a stipend in accordance with WRC policy.


    • With the guidance of the WRC Research Unit, the Spring 2020 Research Intern will have the opportunity to:
    • Explore, consolidate, and analyze quantitative datasets related to monitoring and evaluation of a community health intervention carried out in NE Nigeria
    • Develop, draft, and edit protocols, manuscripts, and reports on topics such as community health; child marriage; gender-based violence prevention; and cash programming in humanitarian settings
    • Develop quantitative and qualitative data collection tools for evaluations and assessments being carried out in humanitarian settings, including online questionnaires and mobile data collection surveys
    • Compile desk reviews and literature reviews on current topics in relation to meeting the needs of women, adolescents, and children in humanitarian response
    • Support development of updated organizational research ethics guidelines and support other internal measurement and research capacity-building efforts
    • Create solutions for internal knowledge management initiatives within the WRC Research Unit and research capacity-building efforts within the WRC

    In addition, the intern will have the opportunity to pursue a personal project of interest and relevancy to both the WRC and the Intern.


    • Graduate-level coursework in public health, international affairs, international development, political science, social work, or a related field, with a focus on or interest in issues related to international humanitarian assistance, human rights, and issues of gender equality
    • Excellent English writing and editing skills
    • Demonstrated knowledge of research methodologies and research ethics
    • Demonstrated knowledge of program monitoring and evaluation, especially of public health programs in international settings
    • Demonstrated quantitative data analysis and visualization skills
    • Survey and questionnaire development skills, including online survey platforms and mobile data collection
    • Attention to detail; time management; strong in-person and virtual communication and upward management skills; Willingness and ability to work independently and in a team
    • Demonstrated sensitivity, respect for, and interest in issues of diversity and gender


    Send the following to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as a single PDF file:

    • Cover letter
    • Resume or CV
    • Two (2) contacts of professional and/or academic references. Please provide email address and phone number for each reference
    • Relevant writing sample or excerpt of up to 15 pages
    • Applications will be accepted until 5:30 PM EST on Wednesday, January 22nd.
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