Evaluation Intern at Metis Associates

Fields: education, social science, research, psychology, sociology

Location: NYC, New York

About the Organization: Metis is a well-regarded national research and evaluation organization headquartered in NYC with a long track record of conducting high quality, technically sound and client-focused program evaluations across a broad range of human services domains, including education, youth development, child welfare, workforce development, juvenile justice, and others. Our mission is to support public and private organizations in achieving results for the children, adults, families and the communities they serve.

About the Position: Metis seeks an undergraduate or graduate student for a paid internship position. Primary Responsibilities/Duties include:

  • Assisting with data collection and data management
  • Scheduling interviews and focus groups
  • Conducting basic data analyses (e.g., running frequencies) using SPSS and/or Excel
  • Summarizing data findings and visually presenting data (e.g., creating charts/figures, drafting presentations and memos, assisting with reports, etc.)
  • Assisting with general administrative tasks

Hours may be flexible and could include 2-3 days per week throughout the fall semester. Continuation of work during spring session is possible but not guaranteed.

Special Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Current undergraduate or graduate student majoring in psychology, sociology, education, or other relevant field
  • Interest in education research and evaluation
  • Strong written and oral English communication skills
  • Experience using Microsoft Excel and/or SPSS preferred
  • Ability to work independently in a team-based, project-oriented environment


Estimated Salary: $15-$20 per hour

Deadline: September 25, 2018

Apply Here:
Metis Associates


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