The Center for Social Innovation is a woman-owned small business that develops, tests, and
disseminates creative solutions to complex social problems. Through research and evaluation,
training, technical assistance, and web-based communications, the Center for Social Innovation
(C4) brings theory to the streets, applying the knowledge of best practices to real world settings.
With this support, service providers are better able to address the challenges they face every
C4 is seeking an intern for 20-40 hours weekly throughout spring and summer of 2012. Interns
provide administrative and research support to several projects within C4. Positions are
Provide support to research and evaluation projects, including data collection, entry,
cleaning, and analysis.
Provide background research support, including literature reviews and internet research.
Support a range of administrative functions including scheduling meetings, facilitating
communication, coordinating logistics, and producing funding proposals.
Provide other support to project staff as needed.
Currently working towards or recently completed a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a
Extremely accurate attention to detail.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Proficiency with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
Basic knowledge of homelessness, poverty, and other related issues.
Some administrative and/or office experience preferred.
People from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and lived experiences of
homelessness and recovery are encouraged to apply. Interns are paid hourly commensurate
with experience. To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Jayne Samuda at