Project Bread – The Walk for Hunger, Inc. is the leading statewide anti-hunger organization committed to providing everyone in Massachusetts with reliable, sustainable access to nutritious food. In collaboration with key partners, Project Bread takes a two-pronged approach to ending hunger:
To assist us in this mission, Project Bread seeks to engage a graduate student intern to work alongside our team to design and implement a robust program evaluation plan to measure the effectiveness of our current programs and inform strategic decision-making for the future. Working closely with Project Bread program staff and senior leadership, the program evaluation intern will first delve into the data currently being collected by the organization as well as methods of data collection and management. Depending upon the length of the desired internship and the prior experience of the successful candidate, the project may involve looking closely at a small number of individual program areas or may span the organization as a whole.
This internship is ideal for a graduate student with interest in program evaluation. At least one semester of graduate coursework in program evaluation is required. Additionally, the following characteristics will help an intern to be successful in the role we envision:
The position is unpaid though Project Bread is happy to support qualified candidates who wish to seek external funding or academic credit. The start and end dates of the project are flexible; however, the ideal candidate will be available for a minimum of 150 hours.
Project Bread is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply for this position.