Data for Impact Fellows
Posted by Data for Impact on October 12, 2015
Data for Impact Fellows is a dynamic, year-long fellowship program focused on data-driven decision making for public agencies and nonprofits. We are recruiting the most talented, data-obsessed college graduates we can find to spend a year helping these organizations to increase their capacity to use and manage data. Fellows will also develop their own base of skills that will be invaluable to a modernizing sector and receive extensive training, including a certificate program developed by The Consultation Center, Inc. of the Yale University School of Medicine.
Benefits for fellows include:
- A living stipend, healthcare coverage, and an education award through the AmeriCorps VISTA program
- Intensive training from leading experts in data management, performance management, and evaluation
- A training certificate from our academic partner: The Consultation Center, Yale University School of Medicine.
- Working in a learning community with a cohort of peers
- Participating in career planning, networking, and professional development programming
- Spending a year making substantive and lasting impact in critical social service organizations
Data for Impact Fellows is offering 5 positions in Philadelphia and 2 positions based in New York City, all beginning in late November 2015. Candidates must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents who hold a bachelor’s degree at the time of application. Applicants may apply for multiple positions. Positions will be filled on a rolling basis, so we encourage interested applicants to apply as soon as possible. For full descriptions of projects, benefits, and to apply, visit our website: http://www.dfori.org/apply
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