Political opinion among Latinos in Texas.
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Contact DetailsNarayani Lasala
The project is part of a broader research effort that is the first of its kind. The project will be supervised by Professor Donald Green from the Political Science Department at Columbia University and David Broockman at the University of California-Berkeley.
This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience for students who are interested in political science and public opinion, applying to graduate programs, or learning about statistics or survey methodology. All interns will receive basic training in data gathering, survey methodology, and research design from Narayani Lasala-Blanco, expert in survey design from the Political Science Department at Columbia University.
- This is a paid internship. Salary will depend on experience and language skills.
- Spanish fluency preferred (conversational Spanish, no writing involved).
- Contact the project coordinator for more details.
E-mails should include:
1. A CV that includes a brief description of your academic background and GPA.
2. A brief statement of why you are interested in participating.
3. Confirmation of availability during evenings and weekends in late May and June.
3. Specific availability in the next 1-2 weeks for a Skype or phone interview.
- Interns will work approximately 3 hours a day during weeknights and seven hours a day during weekends, for approximately 30 hours a week total.
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