Project Coordinator

Position Description

MassINC’s Project Coordinator will thrive in an entrepreneurial environment that offers the opportunity to grow and make a name for themselves at the intersection of politics and ideas in Massachusetts.  Along with strong communication skills, the PC will be expected to have knowledge of Massachusetts geography and a passion for local politics tempered by respect for the views of others. The PC must be a team player, able to thrive in a demanding, multi-tasking environment that requires excellent project management abilities, planning skills and a willingness to manage up.

Day-to-day responsibilities include outreach and scheduling meetings, managing event logistics, pre-and post-event follow up, project management, drafting sponsorship and grant applications, media advisory and press releases, podcast editing and basic research to support fundraising.

Candidates should have BA or BS and two years of a work experience or relevant co-op/ internship experiences. Event management, graphic design, web design, fundraising, public relations, political campaigns, social media, scheduling, and public policy research and advocacy are all relevant experience.  The following skills are a plus: Adobe Illustrator, WordPress, Salesforce, Basic Excel, Constant Contact.

MassINC is a non-profit organization. This is an entry level salaried position and includes a benefits package well beyond industry standard, including competitive health care, 401k match, generous sick and personal time, and paid vacation time.  The position offers the opportunity to play a fulfilling role in convening and promoting diverse communities and leaders.

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to

Research Intern - Fall 2019

Position Description

MassINC’s seeks interns to assist with a variety of research projects. Undergraduates and graduate students may apply. Applications from students working on theses or policy exercises related to MassINC’s most recent research are especially encouraged.

Candidates should have a strong interest in pursuing a career in public policy and some familiarity with MassINC’s core issues. Skills with GIS and statistical analysis are beneficial, but not required. We ask for a commitment of at least 12 hours per week.

Fall interns are selected on a rolling basis. To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to


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