Ph.D. Employment

We frequently engage multiple Ph.D. candidates every semester to support ongoing research projects. Work can include developing and writing literature reviews, conducting quantitative and/or qualitative analysis, and co-authoring research studies. We most often hire students as full time Research Assistants, which covers in-state tuition and healthcare and provides a competitive stipend; summer work is also sometimes available. We typically hire Ph.D. candidates from within our existing faculty and student network. If you would like to be included in future hiring announcements, please email us at communitycapital@unc.edu.


Masters Employment

We engage with masters students through our Graduate Fellowship program which provides funding, research experience, and professional development to masters students from across UNC Chapel Hill’s many graduate schools. Click here to learn more.


Undergraduate Employment

The Center for Community Capital offers paid and unpaid internships to undergraduate students at UNC Chapel Hill. These internships are an exciting opportunity to help develop a portfolio for a major research center with a national network and national policy relevance.

 

Data Graphic Design Internship

We are currently seeking a Data Graphic Design Intern for Fall 2019. The Intern will play an integral role in supporting the Center’s growing brand identity by helping develop data visualizations, infographics, and other graphics for use on our website and in print.

Interns work five hours per week and may earn course credit for their effort. Students from the UNC School of Media and Journalism will be prioritized. The Center is happy to help the Intern get course credit for their work, if desired. To apply, please send a resume and a one-page cover letter to communitycapital@unc.edu.

 

Communications Internship

We are currently seeking a Communication Intern for Fall 2019. CCC Communications Interns play an integral role in supporting the Center’s growing social media presence by managing and contributing frequent content to our blog, Twitter, and print media sources. Students may also help with graphic design, brochures, printed materials, and the Center’s website.

Interns work five hours per week and may earn course credit for their effort. Students from the UNC School of Media and Journalism will be prioritized. The Center is happy to help the Intern get course credit for their work, if desired. To apply, please send a resume and a one-page cover letter to communitycapital@unc.edu.