Education Equity Fellow
About this role: MassINC seeks an experienced education policy professional to conduct research on the implementation and expansion of Early College High Schools in Massachusetts. This is will be a temporary part-time position (two days/week) grant- funded for two years.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Over the two-year period, the Fellow will produce a variety of content including:
- Policy briefs probing issues related to the growth and efficacy of Early Colleges.
- Memos on technical issues to inform state legislation and regulation and/or policy decisions at the program level.
- Op-eds, letters to the editor, blogs, newsletters, and other communications content presenting research findings and commenting on notable developments in the field.
The Fellow will also play a leadership role, joining regular meetings with MassINC partners working together to support the expansion of high-quality Early College High Schools throughout the state.
Required Qualifications and Experience
- Experience serving as the lead author of a research report
- Experience in education administration or policy
Preferred Qualifications and Experience
- Experience producing op-eds and similar content
- Experience working with coalitions or partnerships
At MassINC and CommonWealth, we believe that diversity and inclusion is not only critical to our workforce, but to our overall mission and purpose to move the organization, and Massachusetts, forward. We encourage candidates of all backgrounds to apply. The position offers the opportunity to play a fulfilling role in convening and promoting diverse communities and leaders.
This is a Boston-based position that is remote until safety standards make it appropriate to go back to the office. This is a two-year grant funded part-time position.
Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org CC email@example.com with the subject line Education Equity Fellow.
MassINC’s mission is to provide the people of Massachusetts with the information they need to participate fully in our democracy. We are a nonpartisan, 501c3 and achieve impact through independent research, nonprofit journalism and civic engagement. MassINC is the publisher of CommonWealth, an online magazine of ideas and politics. CommonWealth is known for its independent civic journalism that pushes for government transparency and best practices in governance and public policy.