FPWA is an anti-poverty, policy, and advocacy nonprofit with a membership network of 170 human-services and faith-based organizations. FPWA has been a prominent force in New York City’s social services system for more than 95 years, advocating for fair public policies, and working to meet the needs of New Yorkers. Each year, FPWA helps close to 1.5 million New Yorkers move up the economic ladder.
The Program Evaluation Intern works closely with the Chief Program and Policy Officer, Director of Policy, and Director of Programs to advance FPWA’s mission by assisting in program design and evaluation. Primarily, these tasks include analyzing quantitative and qualitative data, building and maintaining data visualizations, and performing research and analysis on program design elements.
- Analyze quantitative and qualitative data from existing program evaluation efforts
- Support and advise on design of program evaluation instruments
- Assist in the creation of data visualizations that highlight the key results of program evaluation analyses
- Support program and policy initiative design efforts, including preliminary research, conducting literature reviews, and analyses of best practices to actualize the organization’s mission
- Collaborate with program and policy team and communications staff to promote findings and strengthen program and policy work via infographics, social media, etc.
- Enrolled and attending courses at a post-secondary institution pursuing an Associate, Bachelor’s or Graduate degree
- Able to clean and prepare datasets for analysis and develop and conduct descriptive analyses using Excel, other statistical analysis software (Stata, R, etc.) a plus. Experience with design and analysis of survey data
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills, including ability to communicate findings to audiences without quantitative backgrounds
- Strong organizational and accurate proofreading skills, the ability to maintain accurate records, and strong attention to detail
- Deep commitment to racial and social justice with an understanding of the needs of the communities that FPWA serves
- Ability to meet deadlines
- Willingness to learn and take initiative when appropriate
FPWA IS CURRENTLY WORKING REMOTELY GIVEN THE COVID PANDEMIC.
Submit resume, cover letter and writing sample. Applications without cover letter will not be considered.
No phone calls or other inquiries please. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.
FPWA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
FPWA is committed to employing people who reflect the diversity of our member agencies and the communities and people they serve. AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged.