Are you driven to serve the public? Whether you’re an incoming freshman or a seasoned graduate student, the Center for Development and Strategy is always looking to bring along talented individuals. Ideally, we’re looking for motivated people who can bring new ideas to the table. Previous experience in research is not necessary, but an open mind to learning is.

 

Volunteering with CDS will provide you with a large network of professionals from a diverse set of backgrounds. It will also give you the experience necessary to enter any research field.

 

The Center for Development and Strategy makes no selection decisions on the basis of race, color, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, creed, national origin, or genetic information.


 

Positions currently available:

Reviewer – Journal of Sustainable Innovation (4)

Reviewers of the newly created Journal of Sustainable Innovation will provide feedback, edits, and recommendations for both minor and major revisions to each paper submitted. Reviewers will have a workload of about 10 hours per semester of reviewing and providing comments to submitted research. Each Reviewer will score from 0 (worst) to 100 (best) the papers assigned to them. Papers accepted for publication will go through several rounds of edits and revisions. Reviewers‘ names will be undisclosed to the authors of submitted papers.

 

Sustainability Analyst (1)

The Sustainability Analyst will be given editing access to CDS social media accounts, including Facebook and Twitter, primarily. In addition to posting content on social media, the Sustainability Analyst will create content for our Think Together journalism house at least twice per month on a topic regarding environmental issues, climate change, and/or sustainable innovations.

Human Rights Analyst (1)

The Human Rights Analyst will be given editing access to CDS social media accounts, including Facebook and Twitter, primarily. In addition to posting content on social media, the Human Rights Analyst will create content for our Think Together journalism house at least twice per month on a topic regarding gender issues, discrimination, armed conflict, corporate accountability, migration, etc.