The NetWorks team at Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) is looking for a graduate student intern with fluency in French and experience in Atlas.ti. This student will be responsible for the coding of a qualitative study on the use of mosquito nets in Senegal. The student will work with the NetWorks research team to code 56 in-depth interview and 8 focus group discussion transcripts related to net use in Senegal. The specific tasks are as follows:
• Work with NetWorks research team to modify a codebook related to net care and repair, barriers to net use, and net-related decision-making
• Use Atlas.ti software to code and query transcripts
• Provide feedback to research team throughout the coding process to modify codebook, as needed.
The internship is part-time and paid ($17/hour), but must be completed during the month of March over a total of about 80 hours.
Interested parties should contact Dana Loll at the Center for Communication Programs: firstname.lastname@example.org
In your email, please include a copy of your resume and a short (250-500 word) writing sample in French.