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Check out our job openings and other opportunities below.

Contact our Technical Project Manager, Marc Richardson, for more information about the openings.

We also maintain a list of active projects on which students can work. If you are interested in working on one of these projects, please submit an application to our student research assistant position posted below. UPDATE: We have completed our hiring for RAs as of Nov. 21, 2022, and are no longer accepting applications for the student RA position. Please check back in the coming quarters for new RA openings.

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Advisory Board

Community Ethics Advisory Board Member

The Internet Equity Initiative is looking for potential board members with experience in digital equity, telecommunications, data analysis, community organizing, and policy.

We are looking for potential board members who have experience in areas such as digital equity, telecommunications, data analysis, community organizing, and policy. We want potential board members who are local experts about their communities, such as those involved in housing, small businesses, teachers, librarians, local restaurants and entertainment, and more. We also want to ensure that the board is comprised of members from diverse backgrounds and experiences.

Board members should be committed to advancing digital equity, and they should be willing to work collaboratively with other stakeholders to identify solutions to issues related to digital inequities. Additionally, we seek board members who are engaged in their communities, listening to community members’ concerns, and helping to educate them about the resources available to them as well as those that can be brought into the community


If interested, apply here or email Nzinga-Ain Barberousse at for more information



Postdoctoral Scholar - Public Policy Implementation

Postdoctoral Scholar position in public policy implementation with a focus on qualitative methods for the Internet Equity Initiative. One-year initial appointment, potential for renewal.

We invite applications for a Postdoctoral Scholar position in the area of public policy implementation, with a specialization in ethnographic and/or other qualitative methods. The initial appointment will be one year with anticipated renewal for a second year. The Postdoctoral Scholar will contribute to the design and execution of a policy implementation research agenda connected to the University of Chicago Internet Equity Initiative. A full position description can be found at the link below.

Graduate & Undergraduate

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