Join Us: Opportunities with the Project on Workforce
Find the latest engagement opportunities for Harvard students below. We encourage you to sign up for the latest on our work and new opportunities here:
The Project on Workforce welcomes current Harvard students interested in Fall 2023 and Spring 2024 Research Assistant opportunities to learn more about current projects and submit a general application here.
Student Research Assistants will contribute to cutting-edge research and policy on the future of work, education and skills, and labor markets and employment. The Project is recruiting Research Assistants for 2023-2024. Positions will be filled on an ongoing basis. As opportunities become available, interested and well-qualified candidates from the applicant pool will be contacted with more information about the roles and opportunities to interview.
These are paid opportunities. Pay will be consistent with the HKS Research Assistant scale, based on educational experience. Time commitment is typically 5 to 10 hours per week, but varies by position. Find more information and submit an application here.
Future of Work Study Group
Virtual Information Session: Tuesday, Dec 5th at 6:00pm | Register Here
The Project on Workforce at Harvard hosts a cross-university study group in the Spring Semester that brings together a diverse group of students across different Harvard schools to discuss some of the key issues at the intersection of education, business, technology, and labor market policy.
The study group features interactive learning sessions as well as guests from business, public policy, government, technology, and education.
Study group members have the opportunity to meet students and Professors across different parts of Harvard who are thinking about the future of work and to collectively weigh some of the big questions facing society that inevitably cross sectors and disciplines. Find more information here.
Summer Fellowship Program
The Summer Fellowship Program is an 8-week, paid opportunity for Harvard graduate students and recent alumni from the Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Business School, the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and other Harvard graduate schools.
Fellows will support the workforce and skilling ecosystem in the U.S. by collaborating in cross-school cohorts that provide local and national partner organizations with project support, research, and/or analysis on current labor market issues. Previous partners include the U.S. Department of Labor, City of Boston Mayor’s Office, and Thurgood Marshall College Fund.
The Fellowship Program also provides students with opportunities for professional development and engagement with staff and faculty at the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy, the Managing the Future of Work Project at Harvard Business School, and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Find more information, sign up for updates.
User Testing Group
We're building a group of UX Testers & Researchers who will contribute to cutting-edge research on the future of work, education and skills, and labor markets by validating usability and audience alignment of a variety of tools designed by our team. On top of providing meaningful feedback related to product usability and user-alignment, User Testers & Researchers will join a tight-knit community of like-minded peers supporting the goal of creating innovative products and tools for our defined target audiences. User Testers & Researchers also have the opportunity to get involved across the Project on Workforce in the context of UX strategy for tool development and initialization. If you’re interested, please sign up for updates and we will notify you as opportunities become available.
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