Employment

Undergraduate Student Positions

Communications Summer Associates (Job #44217)

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is seeking two energetic and motivated students to serve as our Communications Summer Associates. Working with the Pace Center's staff Communications Specialist, the Communications Associates will work collaboratively on a combination of tech- and design-oriented communications projects that include:

  • Updating and creating promotional materials for fall events
  • Assessing and re-orienting communications tools, like our newsletter and social media 
  • Identifying metrics and practices to track success
  • Updating and restructuring important facets of two websites
  • Envisioning and executing plans to enliven our physical spaces

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Summer Fellowship Associate (Job #44218)

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is seeking an energetic, creative and motivated student to serve as a Summer Fellowship Coordinator. Working with the Pace Center's staff Senior Associate Director, the student hired for this position will be instrumental in developing and coordinating the pilot, Trenton Summer Fellowship. This program aims to bring together a cohort of students working in or around the city of Trenton through various University programs. A primary responsibility will be to organize a full agenda of activities and other events in Trenton for students. The format of the program will be weekly events in Trenton with various community partners, including non-profit workers, city officials, politicians, artists, business owners, and alumni. Identifying local restaurants, museums, public events, and other entertainment will also be included in this work.

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Graduate Student Positions

Metrics Analysis Fellow (SUMMER 2019)

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is seeking a part time Metrics Analysis Graduate Fellow for the
summer of 2019. The Metrics Analysis Fellow will work collaboratively with Pace Center staff in support
of the center’s metrics and communications initiatives. The Fellow will have the opportunity to network
with Pace Center staff, and think about the ways that metrics can and should impact program design.
The Metrics Analysis Fellow will also work with the center’s Metrics team to help to analyze five years’
worth of survey data with specific attention paid to the most recent year and the class of 2019 data
across all four years.


Responsibilities:
The Metrics Analysis Fellow will work with the staff lead for the Pace Center’s Metrics Team and
concentrate most of their time on analyzing 2019 data as well as reading and coding open-ended survey
questions for further analysis. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Reviewing five years of survey data and continue the work of coding qualitative data started by a previous summer graduate associate
  • Attend Metrics Team meetings as a member of the group
  • Conduct other analysis as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills 

  • Experience with qualitative and quantitative data collection, analysis, and communication, specifically with coding and analyzing qualitative data
  • Experience translating data in visual and narrative forms
  • Background in statistics
  • Strong critical thinking skills 

  • Ability to work independently

Position will report to Evan M. Schneider, Pace Center Program Coordinator. Please send
inquiries/cover letter and resume to emschnei@princeton.edu.

Communications University Administrative Fellow (Fall 2019)

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is seeking a University Administrative Fellow (UAF) for the 2019 Fall Semester. This position will report to Gwen McNamara, Communications Specialist with the Pace Center for Civic Engagement. Interested applicants should submit a copy of their resume, cover letter, and at least one writing sample via email to Gwen McNamara at gwenm@princeton.edu by May 1, 2019. Start Date: September 9, 2019. End Date: January 24, 2020.

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Metrics Analysis Fellow (FALL 2019)

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is seeking a part time Metrics Analysis Graduate Fellow for the fall
of 2019. The Metrics Analysis Fellow will work collaboratively with Pace Center staff in support of the
center’s metrics initiatives. The Fellow will have the opportunity to network with Pace Center staff, and
think about the ways that metrics can and should impact program design. The Metrics Analysis Fellow
will also work with the center’s Metrics team to help to analyze five years’ worth of survey data with
specific attention paid to impact of service.

Responsibilities:
The Metrics Analysis Fellow will work with the staff lead for the Pace Center’s Metrics Team and
concentrate most of their time on reading and coding open-ended survey questions for further analysis.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Reviewing five years of survey data and continue the work of coding qualitative data started by a summer graduate associate
  • Learn to conduct and track initial and end of year survey for the Pace Center
  • Attend Metrics Team meetings as a member of the group
  • Conduct other analysis as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills 

  • Experience with qualitative and quantitative data collection, analysis, and communication, specifically with coding and analyzing qualitative data
  • Experience translating data in visual and narrative forms
  • Background in statistics
  • Strong critical thinking skills 

  • Ability to work independently

Position will report to Evan M. Schneider, Pace Center Program Coordinator. Please send
inquiries/cover letter and resume to emschnei@princeton.edu.

 

Staff Positions

There are no open staff positions at this time.