Data Analysis Internship

Posted: April 12, 2019

Who We Are

Founded in 2010, Eskolta School Research and Design is a non-profit organization that works with teachers to reinvent schools so that youth who faced personal and structural adversity in the past, are empowered to achieve their potential and make our society better in the future. We believe that teachers have the solutions to the challenges schools face. We partner with teachers, school principals, and school district staff to understand the data they already possess as well as the current academic research on learning. We complement this site-based work with coaching to school district staff and research on school-based work to better understand how change occurs in public schools.

 

Our Values

We seek to continuously challenge ourselves to exhibit respect, focus, balance, integrity, and justice. To that end, Eskolta strives to be an antiracist organization, using its influence to fight against social injustice by supporting a culture of learning, empowerment, and equity in our schools. Applicants should demonstrate a knowledge of and concern for issues of equity and justice and an understanding of how structural injustice has impacted the experience of underserved students.

Eskolta is seeking to build our team of talented staff serving schools and district partners as they research and redesign practices and facilitate continuous improvement to re-engage students to paths of success.

 

The Opportunity

A strong candidate will be a highly organized, clear thinker and self-starter who has excellent skills in quantitative and qualitative research, exhibits extreme attention to detail and a commitment to helping to improve urban public education. Familiarity with MS Word and MS Excel are critical. Strong statistical analysis skills including facility with SPSS and pivot tables in Excel is preferred. Job responsibilities may include, but will not be limited to, development of statistical tools, compiling and cleaning quantitative data, visiting public schools to survey and interview staff and students, analyzing and interpreting relationships between quantitative data using Microsoft Excel and SPSS, and development of graphs and accompanying narratives to simplify explanations of quantitative analysis.

 

To Apply

Submit a resume, a writing sample, and thoughtful cover letter to Danielle L. Green, Director of Operations (jobs@eskolta.org) with the position of interest in the subject line. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

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