Summer Research Internship
"Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. vs. the Media"
The Equity Institute for Race Conscious Pedagogy offers an enriching summer internship for college and high school students interested in the fields of education, sociology, law, and American history.
The 2021 summer interns will
Collaborate on a qualitative analysis of media coverage of Martin Luther King Jr. between 1955-1968
Grade/Assess media coverage based on a scoring metric created by Institute leadership
Write a report of the analysis
The 2021 internship will run from June 14 through August 13.
While interns will work remotely, they must attend a zoom-check-in once-a-week and monitor email inboxes for updates and directions
Email to express interest in the internship opportunity.
For the Summer Internship
Who is eligible for the internship program?
The Equity Institute for Race Conscious Pedagogy welcomes inquiries from rising junior and senior high school students, undergraduate and graduate students, and professionals looking for experience conducting quantitative and qualitative research.
What are the benefits of this internship?
Potential for Paid Contracting Work: three summer 2020 interns received offers to become paid employees of the Institute.
Publication: Our research studies get published by the Institute's publishing house, RCP Publishing. Moreover, the Institute is planning on using information from this study for future publication.
How do I enroll? What if I have additional questions?
Send an email to email@example.com expressing your interest. Include a resume.
What was the focus of the 2020 internship?