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Research Associate, Center for Preventive Action
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Arlington, VA
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Operations Research Analyst / Systems Engineer
Arlington, VA
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Director, Research
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Russian Language-Enabled Data Scientist II
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FDA Inspector
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Operations Research Analyst / Systems Engineer with Security Clearance
Arlington, VA
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Cyber Intelligence Analyst - Lead
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Deputy Director of Operations
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Since college I’ve been fascinated by social sciences. Before then I didn’t realize that you could apply the scientific method to gain more understanding about nearly any topic in the world. Now that I spend lots of my time focused on things like marketing, career development, and writing, I know how important it can be to base your actions on research or the results of experiments. Obviously, social science goes far beyond those areas, and can have huge positive effects on many of the problems that are facing our world. That’s why the Brooklyn, NY based Social Science Research Council exists. Their mission is “to lead innovation in the social sciences, build interdisciplinary and international networks, mobilize knowledge on important public issues, and educate and train the next generation of social science researchers.” By supporting the field of social science, the SSRC helps all kinds of decision-makers make better informed choices about pressing issues.

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There are thousands of non-profits that deal head-on with the challenges facing our society, but the SSRC isn’t one of them. The SSRC provides the academic foundation for other non-profits to take actions and do more effective work. As the SSRC About page puts it:

The SSRC is guided by the belief that justice, prosperity, and democracy all require better understanding of complex social, cultural, economic, and political processes. We are committed to the idea that social science can produce necessary knowledge—necessary for citizens to understand their societies and necessary for policy makers to decide on crucial questions.

The SSRC supports social science in a variety of ways including programs, fellowships, publications, and grants. If you’re also fascinated by social science, then you should check out jobs at Social Science Research Council. They have a number of opportunities posted, and a few of them seem suitable for new grads including: Fellowship Assistant – IDRF Program, Program Assistant – Abe Fellowship Program, Program Assistant – American Human Development Project, and Program Coordinator – Education Research Program. Check out the descriptions for more info on how to apply.

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