Are you passionate about closing the opportunity divide for young women?

Are you looking for a career in the nonprofit sector that supports equity while directly impacting the lives of young Latinas and Women of Color?

If yes, then chica project is the place for you!

About Chica Project

Chica Project (CP) is a nonprofit organization comprised of diverse leaders, professionals, and volunteers. Through a network of accomplished multicultural women, chica project empowers girls and young women to recognize their strengths and build the self-efficacy needed to embark on pathways to economic success. To learn more about our organization, visit

About the Role 

chica project is seeking a Data Fellow for the 2023-2024 academic year to join our efforts on the COVID-19 Study, which is centered on understanding the mental health of adolescent girls of color during their post-pandemic school reintegration. As a Data Fellow, you will be applying your academic knowledge, research skills, and analytical acumen to a variety of tasks that are integral to our study. Collaborating closely with the Data Team and reporting to the Grants and Impact Analyst, you will participate in data collection, assessment, interviews and focus groups, report writing, and data visualization. Running from August 21, 2023, through late June 2024, this role presents a unique opportunity to apply and enhance your skills while contributing to a research project of significant importance. This is a paid opportunity.

About You 

chica project is looking for someone who is mission-driven, with a positive attitude, and open to working with youth participants to play a critical role in the facilitation of on-site qualitative and quantitative data and internal and external reporting. This is a valuable opportunity for a person to gain experience in the nonprofit sector, develop data analysis and reporting skills, and join a powerful network of women in Massachusetts, and beyond. Further qualifications include:

  • Passionate about youth development, social justice, and community building
  • Experience interest in values-based screening and assessment
  • Experience or interest in working with communities of color and grassroots organizations, with an understanding of systemic oppressions
  • Interest in data exploration and racial equity based evaluation
  • Flexibility to work independently and in teams as needed
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Ability to facilitate in the Greater Boston Area
    Experienced with focus group facilitation, data collection and analysis
  • Willingness to learn software management
  • Strong organizational and writing skills
  • A great sense of humor!
  • Love of continuous learning

The position will be mainly responsible for the following areas, but duties can expand beyond central responsibilities of:

  • Assisting with focus groups, including note-taking, audio-recording, and reporting
  • Analyzing and synthesizing qualitative and quantitative data.
  • Producing meaningful reports
  • Aiding with community communication about research and its importance
  • Conducting focus groups, ensuring ethical and confidential guidelines are maintained
  • Designing surveys to support other Chica Project team members
  • Creating data visualizations and presentations to support other chica project team members
Benefits Include:
  • College Credit (if applicable)
  • Annual $3,000 stipend 
  • Professional development support
  • Annual end of the year gratitude gift
  • Flexible work schedule and hybrid work model 
  • Unlimited menstrual leave for people with uteruses
  • Access to subscriptions including but not limited to: the Boston Globe, the New York Times, Women in Development, Philanthropy MA, and more

We strongly believe that diverse experience, perspectives, and background lead to a better environment for our team and community. We are proud to foster a workplace that prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.

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