MIT Institutional Research


Qualitative Institutional Research Internship, Spring 2019

Position Summary

The Institutional Research section in the Office of the Provost provides analytical and research support to the Provost, academic departments, research laboratories, and centers. We seek an intern to assist with coding open responses to a recent workplace survey. The intern will work in Institutional Research, but will also work with the faculty chair of MIT’s Council on Family and Work in the development of a qualitative coding scheme.

Qualifications: strong analytical skills; an interest in qualitative research in higher education; ability to work independently; strong interpersonal, written, and verbal skills. This is a paid internship for the spring ($20/hour). Possibility of starting immediately. 10-15 hours per week. Flexible schedule. 

Office of the Provost, Institutional Research:

Inquiries may be directed to Jonathan Schwarz: