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We're hiring Part-Time Undergraduate Research Assistants, Remote

Inclusive Data is dedicated to promoting economic and business development through innovative solutions and collaborations. As a by, for, with organization, we reflect the communities we serve while bringing together people, governments, nonprofits, and industry partners to build collective capacities for growth and success. We are focused on helping underfunded communities get the resources they need to thrive. While we serve many communities, our specialty is in the unique cultural and capacity expertise found in Black communities. 

With a focus on research, outreach, technical assistance, capacity building, and fund development, we work tirelessly to provide high-quality services that support our client's goals and objectives. We believe in fostering an inclusive and collaborative environment that promotes growth and development for all, and we are committed to excellence, transparency, and impact in everything we do.

Join us in creating a brighter future for all, built by community, for community, and with community today. 


We Are Seeking Dynamic and Motivated Undergraduate Research Assistants With a Passion for Racial Equity To Join Our Team

We are seeking an enthusiastic and detail-oriented individual who has a strong interest in racial equity and is interested in gaining hands-on experience in Quantitative or Qualitative research, outreach, data analysis, and fund development. The ideal candidate will have an interest in Participatory Action Research (PAR) and a, strong communication and organizational skills, and be comfortable working both independently and as part of a team. As an Undergraduate Research Assistant, you will have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects, including data collection and analysis, literature reviews, and outreach efforts. We are committed to providing a supportive and inclusive environment that values the contributions of all team members, and we welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds and experiences.

Does this sound like you?

  • You are committed to promoting social justice and racial equity, and eager to use your skills and expertise to make a positive impact on community
  • You know your worth even though others have overlooked or underestimated you in the past
  • You have a proven track record of being proactive, detail-oriented, and collaborative
  • You are a team player who thrives best in a dynamic and supportive environment, and you don't like being micromanaged
  • You want to give back to the community while still being able to do what you need to take care of yourself, too
  • Regardless of your own racial background, you believe in the importance of supporting people who have been harmed by racism and can articulate why aloud and in writing
  • You are interested in leveraging your lived expertise toward creating racial equity
  • You prefer non-hierarchical leadership but know how to provide support to teammates who are accustomed to hierarchical leadership styles
  • You understand that centering Black liberation means creating a world where everyone can thrive, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, disability or ability, or other status
  • You are interested in learning about Participatory Action Research (PAR) and racial equity and eager to learn and master the skills needed to make a positive impact on communities
  • You have excellent written and verbal English communication skills and are able to effectively present research findings to both academic and community audiences
  • You are someone who is passionate about creating positive change through research and community engagement
  • You have a strong background in social sciences, specifically in areas related to racial equity and social justice
  • You are a creative thinker and problem solver, able to develop innovative solutions to complex social issues
  • You have a strong work ethic and attention to detail, able to produce high-quality research reports and presentations
  • Written and verbal fluency in another language a huge plus


Essential functions and responsibilities:

Assist the Graduate Research Assistants in the design and implementation of PAR projects in collaboration with community partners. This includes developing research questions, conducting literature reviews, and developing data collection and analysis plans.

Assist the Graduate Research Assistants in conducting data collection and analysis using qualitative and quantitative methods. This includes conducting interviews, focus groups, surveys, phone, text, email, and other data collection methods. You may also be responsible for cleaning, coding, analyzing, and data entry using appropriate software e.g. Excel, and simple databases like Airtable.

Assist the Graduate Research Assistants in writing research reports, articles, and other documents for publication and dissemination. This includes preparing reports for community partners, writing articles for publication in academic journals, and creating presentations for conferences and other professional development opportunities.

Assist the Graduate Research Assistants by writing sections of grant proposals and funding applications, conducting literature reviews, and other aspects of the grant application process.

Participate in team meetings, presentations, and other professional development opportunities. This includes attending team meetings, presenting research findings to the team, and participating in workshops and conferences related to PAR and racial equity.

The Undergraduate Research Assistant may be asked to perform other duties as assigned by the research team, including Graduate Research Assistants. These duties may include conducting literature reviews, preparing materials for presentations, workshop facilitation, note-taking, and assisting with other administrative tasks as needed.


Additional details

Status: Exempt

Location: Washington State or Remote

Strong preference for applicants who would be open to paid travel.

Employment Type: Part-time

This is a paid opportunity with a compensation range of $20 to $30 an hour. 

International student status will not disqualify you from being considered.

Interest in PAR (Participatory Action Research) is a plus 


To apply: 

Visit navigate to the opportunity you're interested in, review the job posting, then utilize the Videoask popup on the bottom right of the page to start your application.

Please be prepared to send a resume, cover letter, and any required documents to

Inclusive Data is dedicated to diversity in staff and is an equal-opportunity employer.


You must be an Undergraduate student of any University in Washington State.

Own a computer and have a reliable internet connection

Only applicants who complete the Videoask application will be considered.