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CLF Staff Positions

Working as a staff member of the Center, you are an employee of Johns Hopkins University (JHU). The University fosters an environment where employees are recognized and rewarded for their ideas and contributions. Diversity and inclusion are part of our values and ensure that faculty, staff and students are treated with equity, civility and respect. Read More

CLF Internship Program

Each summer, a limited number of undergraduate students are selected to become CLF interns and work directly as a member of a project team. A CLF internship affords students a chance to work and learn in a professional environment that can lead to a greater understanding of issues related to our mission and also inform career development plans. A central goal of this internship program is to provide an overall experience that contributes to both a student's professional development and the Center's ongoing work. Read More

Student Research Assistants at CLF

Throughout each academic year, the CLF provides opportunities for a limited number of Johns Hopkins University graduate students to work with staff and faculty as student research assistants (RAs). The duration of work is subject to work priorities and funding. It may or may not last for an entire academic year. During the academic year, RAs typically work with the Center between 8 and 19.5 hours per week. The hours required for each position are specified in the description. CLF compensates RAs at a rate competitive with other JHU student positions. Read More

Summer Research Assistants at CLF

The Center recruits for a limited number of student Summer Research Assistant positions to work during the summer. The positions will provide programmatic, research, and administrative assistance to CLF staff and faculty.  Responsibilities could include a range of duties such as web-based research, report writing, data cleaning and data entry, data analysis, literature review, event planning, maintaining social media tools, and communication material development. We have several projects that might be of interest to graduate students. Read More