NoSchoolViolence.org needs a special research team willing to drill deep to discover historical events in children were taken from schools for various reasons and then returned to face re-socialization pressures. We study the nature, causes, trends, and patterns related to school violence and we know no national initiative is currently focused on the emotional toxicity children face currently and whether school violence events will increase when schools reopen and if so, how to recognize what will trigger them. Teachers and schools need all the help they can to anticipate these new levels of violence.
If selected you will be working with a team that will first gather pertinent data, then analyze it for adequacy, create a spreadsheet, and finally work with our data visualization team to create a free app that parents, teachers, and schools can use to better anticipate what they might experience.
Volunteers with historical, psychological, sociological, ethnographic and behavioral science research experience are encouraged to respond. We look forward to working with you.
NoSchoolViolence is a Seattle-based behavioral research-data analytics organization. Its goal is to develop a variety of proactive approaches to reducing school and youth violence. Its data analytics, social science research, administrative, and school outreach teams reside in Seattle, Washington, while other virtual volunteers live elsewhere in the U.S., the UK, Europe and India.
The organization is a federal 501 (c) (3) (EIN: 82-1796339) and Washington state 501 (c) (3) (UBI# 603562651). Current partners include Microsoft, Elastic LLC, Alteryx, Washington State Capital Region ESD 113, Seattle Data for Good and the Seattle General Assembly. Conversations are in progress for partnerships with Google, Facebook, UNICEF, the CDC, university adolescent violence programs, and the Gates Foundation. To learn more about the Microsoft-NoSchoolViolence Partnership Program see: https://youtu.be/CrK3cXkw02c In 2017. NoSchoolViolencereceived an Elastic Humanitarian Award for its proof of concept search app- The Lantern-https://youtu.be/RTGx3D0ibEo.
Children & Youth
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
November 18, 2020
Counseling / Mental Health
2-5 hours a week for 10 weeks
please know whether you can stay in the project until its conclusion