Do you want to work with a dynamic Berkeley-based organization that has a national track record of being on the cutting edge of working with youth and families? CERD is often looking for qualified individuals who are interested in the healthy development of young people and their families through programs, evaluation, research, and policy consultation. CERD is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage women and individuals from diverse backgrounds to apply. If you are interested in any of the opportunities posted below, please e-mail your vita in MSword to: email@example.com
Available Immediately. The CERD Research Internship Program is an open-ended committment to working with young people interested in grass roots school and community-based reform through programs and research. Currently, we are looking for talented individuals with interest and/or experience in school and community drug education and resilience research. Interns work under the guidance of a staff member and often collaborate with other students or nationally known researchers and/or practitioners. Prospective applicants should have an interest in educational and community research and ideally have taken at least one statistics course. Depending on experience, CERD may provide modest stipend. Eligible young people are US citizens or residents from underrepresented minority groups.