HCDC Info Session 2015Student Information Session

Learn about the Center and ways to get involved

Wednesday, September 9, 2015
3:30 - 5:00 pm

Presentation at 3:45 pm by Center Director Jack P. Shonkoff, M.D.

Harvard Graduate School of Education
Longfellow Hall, Eliot-Lyman, Second Floor
13 Appian Way, Cambridge

Refreshments will be served.

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Work & Internship Opportunities

Throughout the year, the Center offers work for highly motivated students in its offices at 50 Church Street and in the labs of our affiliated faculty across the campus.  Opportunities from providing administrative support and assisting staff with general office work and events to work on projects, such as coding and analyzing data, conducting research and literature reviews, note taking and producing report summaries of meetings.

As opportunities become available we will share them on this page of our site. Sign up here to receive information on employment opportunities.


Video Editing Student Internship - Fall 2015

We’re looking for a Fall intern at the Center on the Developing Child to help us create a series of video and multimedia projects. Responsibilities include basic editing using Adobe Premiere CC video editing software, video archiving and tagging, and the possibility of assisting on local shoots if desired. Students may work off-site using their own computer and editing software, or on-site at the Center’s office in Cambridge. Time commitment may range from 8-14 hours per week. This is a great opportunity for hands-on experience in science-based communication and storytelling. Topical knowledge not required, but prior editing experience and proficiency in Adobe Premiere CC is necessary. Contact Beth Balaban, Multimedia Producer, at with resume/CV and links to your edited work.

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