The Keene Housing (KH) Policy and Technology Lab Internship provides the opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students to work at one of the nation’s agency leaders in affordable housing policy development. As participants in the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s groundbreaking Moving to Work Demonstration program (MTW), KH is blazing new trails in the areas of policy reform, affordable housing development, and resident services.
The Policy and Technology intern will work on a variety of projects ranging from program administration to policy design and implementation. The ideal intern will have the ability to work independently and as part of a dynamic team, depending on the nature and duration of any specific project.
Length of Internship: August 18 – December 5th (Intern may have the option of continuing into the following semester)
Hours: 15-18 hours/week
Compensation: $10/hr (Credit available with University and/or Department approval)
• Assist in ongoing research projects in various capacities.
• Work with agency leaders to draft, publish, and distribute comprehensive annual reports and plans for HUD and local stakeholders.
• Field and manage various one-off research requests from local stakeholders, agency leaders, and other parties.
• Conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses for routine evaluation of programs/policies.
• Prepare charts and graphic presentations of research findings.
• Other administrative duties as assigned.
• Junior or Senior undergraduate in policy, planning, or related program (required). Graduate student in policy, planning, or related field (preferred).
• Demonstrated quantitative analytical skills through course work or prior internship experience.
• Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
• ArcMap GIS experience desirable.
• Ability to work independently and simultaneously on a number of assignments.
• Experience in an office setting will be considered a plus.
831 Court Street
Keene, New Hampshire 03431