Statistical Analysis & Program Evaluation Intern

Use your statistical analysis skills to help CPHA promote fair housing, evaluate its programs and evaluate the information CPHA gathers about community associations. Create reports with graphs and charts to display your findings. Work with trained GIS mappers to turn your findings into visual representations on maps of Baltimore City and the City’s neighborhoods.

Benefits of an Internship with CPHA

  • The intern will learn about pressing issues facing the Baltimore metropolitan area and opportunities to address them on the local, regional and state level.
  • The intern will meet with CPHA’s partners and assist in regional and local initiatives in the area of housing, transit, neighborhoods and/or leadership development.
  • The intern will learn about working for a nonprofit organization, and learn about the culture of nonprofits.

Possible Projects Include:

  • Fair Housing: Analysis of a database of affordable housing projects, to identify trends in the placement of projects and units.
  • Community Associations: Analysis of survey results of the Baltimore City community associations.
  • Leadership Development: Analysis of the evaluations collected from participants of CPHA’s leadership training events, which are part of CPHA’s Activate Your Inner Citizen series, and from participants of CPHA’s Baltimore Neighborhood Organizers Network brown bag lunches.
  • CPHA Outreach: Analysis of outreach efforts for a variety of programs, and additional analysis of the neighborhoods where outreach was conducted.
  • Social Media: Analysis of CPHA’s social media efforts and website traffic using Google Analytics.
  • Other Projects: Analysis of CPHA’s progress over time using a number of measures, all to create a quarterly report called “CPHA By The Numbers”

Expectations of Interns

All on-site interns will provide flexible assistance to the Director of Community Engagement and the Executive Director as needed on short term assignments such as research, assisting with meetings, administrative tasks, and event preparation, all to support the mission of CPHA.

Requirements:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with CPHA staff and community members.
  • Interest in community action, research, public policy, advocacy and influencing the legislative process.
  • Passion for improving communities and strong personal values that align with CPHA’s Vision and Mission.

How to apply

This internship is unpaid.  Internship dates and application deadlines are rolling.  CPHA accepts applications and new interns throughout the year.  Applicants should email a resume and cover letter to melf@cphabaltimore.org.  Once you’ve submitted a resume with a brief cover letter/email, CPHA will contact you and set up a time to interview.