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Science-Based Innovation: Reimagining Program Development & Evaluation
Join us for a one-day training to help programs increase impact for children and families
Next training: November 18, 2019
This one-day training will provide participants with an overview of the IDEAS Impact Framework, a promising new approach for innovation in program development and evaluation, and implications of this approach for early childhood programs. This includes a set of tools that support translating science into practice in order to learn more about how an intervention works, for whom, and in what contexts. This model is designed to help teams develop stronger programs, optimize evaluation efforts, and engage in rapid-cycle learning.
Participants from a broad range of settings are encouraged to attend, including program developers and anyone who works with (or is in a position to support) young children or their families.
Learn more about the Science-Based Innovation Training and register to attend!
Full-Time Employment Opportunities
The Communications Assistant for the Center on the Developing Child is at the core of the Center’s Communications team, providing crucial support for many aspects of the team’s work. The Communications Assistant is also the Center’s front-line contact with the general public and represents the Center by responding (usually via email) to questions and to media, speaker, and permissions requests, using excellent writing skills. This position involves handling several detail-oriented tasks and projects at the same time, often with changing and competing deadlines. It requires working collaboratively with Communications team members, other Center staﬀ members, and sometimes external vendors in a fast-paced and dynamic oﬃce environment. This position reports to the Senior Communications Manager.
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This position is an ideal opportunity for someone who is eager to support projects and efforts focused on transforming the field of early childhood by bringing to bear cutting-edge science and innovation. We work with diverse teams from around the globe, comprised of scientists, academic researchers, policy makers, practitioners, community members, and social entrepreneurs. Through building partnerships we support teams in applying the latest science to their programs/interventions for young children and their caregivers. The goal of this support is aimed at accelerating the development and adoption of science-based innovation that directly addresses unmet challenges of children and families in order to achieve breakthrough impact at scale. We are seeking a highly-organized individual who is skilled and passionate about working on projects that are rapidly developing and pushing the boundaries of the field. This position will support multiple work streams, collaborating with a variety of HCDC staff, while reporting to one supervisor.
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Student Employment Opportunities
We offer work for highly motivated students in our offices at 50 Church Street and in the labs of our affiliated faculty across the campus. As opportunities become available, we will share them on this page. Sign up here to receive information on employment opportunities. Visit our Student Opportunities page for more information about other ways students can get involved with the Center.