At Global TIES for Children, we are always looking for new colleagues with innovative ideas to support our work in designing, evaluating and advising on programs and policies to improve the lives of children and youth in the most vulnerable regions across the globe.
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Research Assistantship Program (Summer 2022 Program Canceled):
Due to some unforeseen circumstances, we regret to inform everyone that Global TIES for Children’s Summer 2022 Research Assistantship program has been canceled. Please stay tuned for updates regarding our program offering in future terms.
The NYU Global TIES for Children Assistantship Program offers a small group of outstanding students the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in the areas of applied research in education, human development, community psychology, and social policy, to name a few. The program is designed to complement academic training with practical, real-world research experience. Project Assistants will support the Center’s varied projects at different points of the research lifecycle, including project development, policy/practice partner collaboration, data collection, management, and processing, rigorous quantitative and qualitative analyses, and results dissemination. Project Assistants will work under the supervision of a Center staff member.
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