National Graduate Evaluation Intern – After-School All-Stars – Washington, DC

Position: Graduate National Evaluation Intern
Organization: After-School All-Stars
Location: Washington, DC


After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is one of the leading national after-school program providers in the country. Our comprehensive school-based programs combine activities and learning to help build the knowledge and skills children need to succeed, both in school and in life. Founded in 1992, ASAS is building a national model for after-school program delivery through our 15 chapters, all of which serve at-risk youth in major urban centers. Our programs reach over 72,000 students annually on nearly 350 school campuses across the country.


This is a 10-week summer graduate internship which runs June 1-August 7, 2015 in our DC National Office. Reporting to the National Research and Evaluation Manager, the primary responsibility of the Evaluation Intern will be to examine academic outcomes data in selected chapters, analyze and report on national survey data, and support national efforts to bolster program quality and ensure model fidelity.


Examine academic outcomes data in selected expansion chapters
Analyze national initiatives survey data, creating national and chapter-level reports
Support national program quality and model fidelity initiatives
Conduct miscellaneous evaluation work, including supporting the establishment of district data agreements


Support and participate in DC CampUs and National Youth Advisory Board events


The successful candidate should be a self-starter with strong analytical and both written and oral communication skills. This position requires both an attention to detail and an ability to deliver work in a timely manner. The individual will have demonstrated success in working in a collaborative setting and should be capable of juggling multiple priorities. Ideally, the National Evaluation Fellow will enjoy working in an entrepreneurial setting.


The position reports to the National Research & Evaluation Manager and will also work closely with the national programs team.


The successful candidate should have successfully completed at least one year of graduate school in a related field (e.g. education, evaluation). The successful candidate should hold at least two years of relevant experience with demonstrated success in managing projects and deadlines. An undergraduate degree is required.


This is an unpaid internship position

Please submit a cover letter and resume via email to

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