Today the Hope Center is in Washington DC co-hosting a Congressional briefing about the importance of supporting the 4.3 million undergraduate students raising children. The message in the U.S. Government Accountability Office‘s new report is clear, “More Information Could Help Student Parents Access Additional Federal Student Aid.” The report finds: Only 3,320 students at 85 …
At the Hope Center, we are social scientists, practitioners, communicators, and activists committed to communities that demand affordable, accessible, high-quality education from high school to higher education and beyond. We are looking for dedicated individuals to join our team.
Director of Community Engagement and Research Application: The Director of CERA will lead projects with communities both inside and outside of college campuses. These projects will build awareness and impact positive changes with regard to the challenges examined by the Hope Center. These will include challenges facing vulnerable populations such as former foster youth, returning citizens, and student-parents, as well as broader challenges such as affordable housing, food, and transportation.
Research Associate: The Research Associate will manage and conduct analysis on multiple projects, literary research, and make ongoing revisions to project experiment plans and procedures as needed to pursue project objectives. S/he will be responsible for planning, scheduling, and coordinating phases of research activity, participating in the development of research project goals and proposing procedures to be followed.
Research Project Manager: The Research Project Manager will manage multiple qualitative and quantitative data sets and contribute to project management on the related projects. The Research Project Manager will provide support in data management and preparation for analysis, tabling results, research tasks such as developing bibliographies and literature reviews, and preparing presentations.
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The #RealCollege survey is the nation’s largest annual assessment of basic needs security among college students. This report describes the results of the #RealCollege survey administered in the fall of 2018 at four institutions throughout Denver. Among the 3,011 respondents we found: 40% experienced food insecurity in the prior 30 days 55% experienced housing insecurity in the previous year …