*NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS*
We are looking for a new Associate to play a pivotal role on a range of projects. Associates gain a broad understanding of how the Rennie Center works within the fields of education research, policy, and practice. This work will vary over time, but typical responsibilities will include providing project management for Rennie Center engagements, conducting research with schools and districts, planning and facilitating professional development sessions, and sharing our findings by helping to plan and execute public events and outreach.
We are offering a unique opportunity for graduate-level researchers to partner with the Rennie Center on the production and dissemination of research. The outcome of the fellowship will be a public report for a policy audience. The fellow will serve as the lead author and will receive an award of $5,000. Working in partnership with the Rennie Center’s research team, the fellow will lead the development of a brief exploring the following question: How can Massachusetts schools reimagine the role of the high school teacher to support the expansion of college and career pathways (early college, innovation pathways, etc.)?
We are always happy to receive applications from intern candidates. If you are interested in an internship, please contact Deputy Director Laura Dziorny at email@example.com. A formal cover letter is not required, but please include a copy of your resume and share a brief explanation regarding your interest in the position. Note that we do not have any formal timelines for hiring interns, but rather that we reach out to candidates as needs arise.