The Hingham Unity Council is a non-partisan group started by members of the Hingham community in fall 2019. HUC is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focusing on developing programming to address core issues affecting our town such as racial diversity, equity and inclusion, socioeconomic disparities and issues related to LGBQTIA+. Learn more at

Student Internship Summer 2024: Data Collection and Modeling for Analysis of Historical Trends in Racial Disparity in Hingham

Position Announcement

Job Description

The Hingham Unity Council is currently seeking a college or graduate level intern for the summer of 2024. This is an excellent opportunity for an individual seeking to gain more experience in data collection and modeling. The objective is to research and document current and historical trends regarding racial disparity in the Town of Hingham, with the ultimate goal of applying this data to make systemic changes.

The intern will work in collaboration with Hingham Unity Council community members and under the supervision of a Board member. This job can be done remotely.

Responsibilities and tasks may include:

  • Using the Toolkits provided on the Reparations for Melrose website to guide the intern in data collection
  • Modeling and presenting data findings in a report form


  • Undergraduate or graduate student 
  • Data manipulation expertise
  • Excellent writing, verbal, proofreading, editing, and professional phone and email communication skills required 
  • Creative, flexible and self-motivated
  • Detail oriented, with the ability to prioritize under deadlines
  • Computer literacy, including expertise with spreadsheet programs

Stipend: $3000

Duration: Flexible hours; we estimate you will need 140 hours to complete this project.                 

To Apply: Send cover letter, resume or CV including reference contact information to: and write “Student Intern Position” in the email subject line.  Only email submissions will be accepted.

The HUC is an equal-opportunity employer. We do not consider race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or disability. We strongly encourage diverse candidates to apply.