Skip to the main content

Opportunity: Research Assistant for the Communications Team

About you:

Are you passionate about communications? The BKC communications team is seeking one or more creative, highly motivated candidates to work on a range of writing, project management, and digital and social media tasks that help tell the Berkman Klein story to the public and target audiences. You may be asked to help with any aspect of BKC’s communications activities, including writing and editing website and social media content, liaising with project teams, promoting events, brainstorming approaches to storytelling, and developing creative ways to share and amplify research, education, programs, and other activities of the Center. The right candidate will be someone who is an outstanding and efficient writer; is sharp, flexible, and reliable; has great organizational skills to juggle multiple tasks, people, and projects; is a strong collaborator with the EQ to work well with varying personalities and work styles; understands both traditional and social media. Come join us!

To Apply: 

Please send a current resume or CV and a cover letter summarizing your interest and experience to with the subject line Communications Research Assistant Application.

Eligibility/Other information:

  • This position is currently flexible - both hybrid and remote work options are possible.
  • To be eligible for this position, you must be a currently enrolled student at Harvard Law School or student at any other Harvard school.
  • The time commitment would range between 5 - 15 hours per week.
  • The ideal start date for this position is ASAP.
  • Unless otherwise noted, the hourly wage for the above positions is $20.50 per hour.
  • No other benefits are provided.
  • We do not have the ability to provide authorization to work in the U.S.

About BKC:

Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society is a University-wide research center and one of the largest and most influential conveners and accelerators of scholars, technologists, activists and makers working on cyberspace and related law and public policy matters in the public interest.

You might also like