job: User Experience Research Intern (Lyft)

At Lyft, community is what we are and it’s what we do. It’s what makes us different. To create the best ride for all, we start in our own community by creating an open, inclusive, and diverse organization where all team members are recognized for what they bring.

Lyft is seeking a User Experience Research Intern to join our growing team, which aspires to elevate the user experience for our drivers and passengers across 300+ cities nationwide.

You will conduct research studies, as well as participate in studies alongside more senior researchers from which you’ll gain strong mentorship. You will partner with Design, Product Management, Analytics, and Engineering in order to derive deep insights about our users’ behaviors and attitudes, and communicate results and actionable recommendations across the company.

Additionally, you’ll own and manage the team’s participant recruiting processes, including managing the research participant database. Overall, you’ll work to understand participant needs and criteria for various studies, identify and recruit the right participants, and look to ensure their participation.

You have extraordinary attention to detail and love to organize. You are also an excellent communicator and a flexible team player that can thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic working environment. You are comfortable working closely with passionate researchers, designers, product managers, and engineers that care deeply about creating experiences that bring people together through transportation.


  • Design and conduct studies across key Lyft product areas — independently and in conjunction with more senior researchers. You will utilize methods such as ethnographic & field research, diary studies, surveys, user/usability testing (remote and in-person), guerrilla research, and any other methods you find impactful
  • Own the participant recruiting and management for the UX Research team, including identifying, screening (via surveys and phone), and scheduling participants for various types of research studies, and managing our database of research participants
  • Manage the organization of all research reports and deliverables, as well as templates and protocols for studies

Experience & Skills

  • Currently pursuing a degree in Human-Computer Interaction, Anthropology, Psychology, Computer Science, Cognitive Science, or a related field
  • Must have at least one additional term (quarter or semester) of school left after the end of the internship
  • Experience as a Researcher and/or Research Coordinator for qualitative research studies, including usability/user testing, surveys, field research, and user interviews
  • Extraordinary organizational skills and meticulous eye for detail
  • Strong experience with research participant recruitment and management practices, as well as creating basic surveys and working with survey software
  • Ability to work independently on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Strong listening and analytical skills; proactive troubleshooter
  • Team player with excellent written & verbal communication skills
  • Enthusiasm for a collaborative, highly energetic, fun and fast-paced environment

Bonus points

  • Research experience with mobile technology
  • Experience using SurveyMonkey and Ethnio
  • Understanding of quantitative methods, behavioral analysis, and statistical concepts
  • Experience conducting quantitative research in applied research settings, ideally within a Product organization
  • Experience with behavioral data analysis, designing surveys and experimental research, and analyzing large datasets using appropriate statistical methods
  • Experience with applied statistics/econometrics and R, SPSS, SAS, or Python for statistical analyses; command of SQL also a great added bonus
  • Design thinking, visual communication, information design, or wireframing skills

Lyft is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer that proudly pursues and hires a diverse workforce. Lyft does not make hiring or employment decisions on the basis of race, color, religion or religious belief, ethnic or national origin, nationality, sex, gender, gender-identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, military or veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable local, state, or federal laws or prohibited by Company policy. Lyft also strives for a healthy and safe workplace and strictly prohibits harassment of any kind. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance and other similar state laws and local ordinances, and its internal policy, Lyft will also consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

job opportunities at CSpace

Wonder whether consumer research/brand strategy are for you? Read this case study about how CSpace framed the problem and solved a challenge for IKEA:

Associate, Consumer Research

Consultant, Brand Strategy & Insights

About CSpace

We create rapid insight and business change, putting customers at the heart of companies and solving problems from the customer’s perspective. We keep our clients relevant by building real, ongoing relationships with customers that in turn help them deliver superior experiences, launch successful products and build loyalty. Our customized approaches are tailored to specific business needs and include online insight communities, immersive storytelling, data and analytics, activation events, innovation projects and business consulting. We do this for many of the world’s best-known brands – like Bose, Walmart, Jaguar Land Rover, Mars, Samsung, IKEA and more – to create “Customer Inspired Growth”.

We are passionate about our people and proud of our culture. We co-created a set of values to ensure that we are delivering fantastic work, continuing to learn and developing and building a high-performance culture which creates opportunities for those who work here:

  • I’ve got this: taking responsibility, doing what we say we will
  • Only accept awesome: delivering high quality work that we are proud of and has impact
  • Show the love: celebrating successes and ensuring everyone has a voice
  • Do what scares you: challenging ourselves, taking risks and learning more
  • Tell it like it is: being honest and freeing ourselves from “office politics” and “hidden agendas”
  • Open up and listen: listening first and fully before we respond or react
  • Find what fascinates: being passionate about the world and our clients’ worlds
  • We before me: putting the team first
  • Leave your mark: everyone has an opportunity drive change in our business and for our clients

To learn more, visit or follow us on Twitter @CSpaceGlobal and Instagram @c_spaceglobal.  C Space is a part of DDB, a division of Omnicom Group Inc.

Interested?  We look forward to receiving applications from people with diverse backgrounds – talented, creative people with their own voice, ideas and perspectives.


Headquartered in Boston, London, and Shanghai, C Space has offices in Chicago, New York and San Francisco.

job posting – Researcher: Translators w/o Borders

Researcher – Language in Education

Researcher – Language in Education in Cox’s Bazar

The mission of Translators without Borders is to provide people access to vital knowledge in their language through translation and interpreting, building language translation capacity at a local level, providing translation and simplification services that are culturally appropriate, accessible and open source, and raising awareness globally of language barriers.

Contract length: up to 20 working days
Contract type: Consultant
Location: Remote

Travel: One trip to Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh (maximum 15 days)

Application Deadline: 11 February 2019

Click here to apply, presenting your CV and a cover letter containing your technical proposal outlining methodology and fees.

Due to the urgency of the vacancy, screening and interviews will commence immediately and the candidate can be selected at any stage before the closing date.

About Translators without Borders

Translators without Borders (TWB) envisions a world where knowledge knows no language barriers. The US-based non-profit provides people access to vital knowledge in their language by connecting non-profit organizations with a community of language professionals, building local language translation capacity, and raising awareness of language barriers. Originally founded in 1993 in France (as Traducteurs sans Frontières), TWB translates millions of words of life-saving and life-changing information every year.

In 2013, TWB created the first-ever crisis relief translation service, Words of Relief, an initiative that intends to improve communications between crisis-affected communities and humanitarian responders before, during, and after a crisis, by eliminating the language barriers that can impede vital relief efforts.


Extreme violence in Myanmar have driven more than 700,000 Rohingya refugees across the border into Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. This is one of the largest refugee crises in the world. This refugee population has distinct humanitarian needs such as food, shelter, and actionable information in a language they understand. The only language that everyone in this community speaks and understands is Rohingya; a language that has no written form and has, in the past, attracted very little research into terminology and structure.

To best respond to the Rohingya community’s acute information needs, TWB is working in consortium with BBC Media Action and Internews to generate research and create tools to assist humanitarian actors to communicate effectively, in the appropriate language.


TWB is supporting the education sector to identify innovative approaches to reduce language barriers experienced in the delivery of education programs in this response, including to tools and resources to expand mother tongue education. The research will be led by an experienced education consultant and build on the skills and knowledge of TWB’s existing language and sociolinguistic team in Cox’s Bazar.

UNICEF has been working with education partners to develop a ‘Learning Competency Framework Approach’ which will provide the structure for learning in the absence of a curriculum. There has been much discussion on the politically sensitive issue of languages of instruction. UNICEF describes the LCFA in this way:

LCFA3 sets out the competencies to be met and guides teachers and education stakeholders on how to achieve the competencies. . . . This framework will also address sensitivities related to the language of instruction. Considering the written instructions from the National Task Force on Undocumented Myanmar Nationals and written feedback from MoPME not to use Bangla language in the teaching learning process for Rohingya children and also considering the education system and arrangement in Rakhine state from where they came from, in consultation with all stakeholders including Cox’s Bazar education sector members, it is decided that the mode of verbal instruction will be Rohingya mother tongue. English and Myanmar language will be taught as a subject and written instruction and text will be bilingual, both English and Myanmar languages.…


The consultant is expected to lead this TWB research by:

  • Working closely with TWB relevant staff members to design the most innovative and appropriate methodology for this research.
  • Consulting the relevant education actors in Bangladesh to ensure the proposed approach is locally relevant.
  • Mobilizing, managing and training a team of local researchers, data collectors, etc with logistical and language support from the TWB team in Cox’s Bazar
  • Developing an evidence base from which to understand language challenges in how teachers are trained, how they deliver information to students, and how students record information to facilitate learning.
  • Recommending action necessary for local and international actors to improve the design and implementation of education programming in respect to language, with a focus on practical solution-focused suggestions.
  • Organising and facilitating an initial feedback workshop with preliminary results at the end of deployment in Cox’s Bazar.


● A 20-page maximum editable report with programmatic recommendations and visual representation of findings. The consultant’s report will be an internal TWB report. TWB reserves the right to edit and design it before publication.

  • Datasets, questionnaires, detailed methodology and all other relevant information.

Proposed Overarching question

What are the language challenges faced by the children and teachers in Cox’s Bazar, and what can be done to address them? What practices should be adopted to minimise future language challenges? How should this inform the rollout of the LCFA?

Proposed sub questions

We anticipate that the researcher will investigate the following areas where we already understand that there are language difficulties by addressing the following:

  • How do language challenges impact the ability of teachers to:
    • understand their duties and responsibilities (including those for protection)
  • understand teaching materials
  • deliver the curriculum in a way which allows children to understand it
  • manage student assessment
  • How do language challenges impact on the ability of children to
  • learn and understand the subjects covered
  • apply learning
  • record learning
  • participate equitably in assessment processes

We anticipate the researcher will be able to make recommendations on present and future action by addressing the following:

  • What innovative approaches can be put in place to address the challenges identified at present?
  • What processes, resources, support or additional capacity would help prepare the education sector and teachers for the language challenges in delivering the LCFA


20 working days between March and May 2019 with a possibility of an extension

NB: The exact dates may be subject to slight changes.

  • Inception phase (approx 4 days)
  • Develop a research outline detailing the methodology and schedule for the research, getting internal ethics approval if necessary.
  • Desk review of relevant project documentation, reports, and secondary data.

Data gathering phase (approx 12 days)

  • Conduct fieldwork in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh (this may be done in two phases). Some interviews with National educations actors may also be carried out in Dhaka to complement field research.
  • Conduct remote information gathering.
  • Inception Report

Report writing phase (approx 4 days)

  • Prepare a draft research report and share with TWB for comments and feedback.
  • Conduct debrief session with TWB staff and UNICEF, presenting key findings and recommendations
  • Submit a final report to TWB, including all raw data and original field notes

There is significant space for creativity and different ideas on the methodology or format of this research. A final framework will be designed and approved at the inception phase.


The ideal consultant is an education researcher with practical experience of the education sector in low-resource settings, an understanding of the humanitarian sector, and a strong sense of initiative.


  • 7+ years in the education sector, with humanitarian experience
  • Demonstrated high-quality research publication record
  • Demonstrated understanding of mother tongue education in low resource contexts, teacher development, curriculum development, or education in emergencies work, and awareness of the impact language can have on education
  • Excellent English writing and data analysis
  • Ability and arrangements to work remotely without significant support
  • Ability to travel to Bangladesh for up to 3 weeks
  • Experience in teacher training is desirable
  • Spoken Bangla, Chittagong or Rohingya an advantage but not essential
  • Master’s degree or higher in one of the following fields: education, social sciences or other relevant international development field

Core Values

Translators without Borders employees and volunteers are made of people who believe passionately about the value of this work and take personal responsibility for achieving the mission. Translators without Borders’ mission and organizational spirit embody the core values established in its strategic framework:

Excellence: As the leading voice for communicating humanitarian information in the right language, Translators without Borders is a leader in the translation industry and in the non-profit sector.

Integrity: Translators without Borders believes that every person, whether it is the people who we serve, our volunteers or our staff, has value, deserves respect and has inherent dignity.

Empowerment: Translators without Borders believes in using language to empower people around the world to control their own development and destiny.

Innovation: Translators without Borders recognizes and celebrates the power of innovation to address humanitarian and crisis issues around the world.

Sustainability: Translators without Borders recognizes that meeting our mission necessitates establishment and maintenance of a solid financial and organizational infrastructure.

Tolerance: Our staff and volunteers are highly knowledgeable and skilled; value each other, our partner and our recipients; create a supportive work environment; and, conduct themselves professionally at all times.

Translators without Borders is an equal-opportunity employer, committed to diversity and inclusion, and encourages qualified candidates of all genders and from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization.

How to apply:

Click here to apply, presenting your CV and a cover letter containing your technical proposal outlining methodology and fees.

Tools for structuring career curiosity

question-words_ruth_googleI have been becoming aware of the need to find a new way of talking about the “who, what, when, where, why, and how” of work.  We refer to these as the Work Interrogatives in conversations here on Career Linguist, but now as I am in the process of working through how it is that I want to talk about these in my next book project, I have realized a few problems with “work interrogatives” as a frame:

We really want to be approaching career with curiosity, with openness, and not seeking to interrogate.

Also, I am finding that these question words pair together in interesting ways, and that rather than considering them each individually, I enjoy thinking about some of the interactions, for example: Where and When.

Nowadays, employees have more control over these domains than ever before, and further, these words serve as useful tools/reminders: where and when surface as essential tools for making the space (temporally and spatially) to think about career, and thus I would call attention to their role as career navigation tools.

So, I think that I want to instead think about these question words as tools for structuring curiosity, but I’m curious: does this way of thinking serve to stimulate momentum in your own career navigation?

Let’s discuss!!!

And send me your thoughts!!!


Networking HH for Career Linguists in the East Bay (Oakland, CA)

On behalf of the Linguistics Beyond Academia Special Interest Group for Linguistics Beyond Academia, Career Linguist is happy to host a professional get-together for  linguists: Tuesday, May 7th 6pm

Lost & Found Beer Garden

2040 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94612

(510) 763-2040




Whether you’re currently using your linguistics training in an applied or professional setting, or want to learn more about doing just that, this group is for those who want to connect and build our professional community!

Employers will be on hand!

We will be joined by a recruiter from CSpace, an organization that has hired linguists, and in fact, one of the linguists that they have hired will be on hand to talk about his experience in bringing linguistics to the work of consumer insights.

The founder of Catchword Naming will also be on hand to talk about a job opportunity within their organization!

also, NoRedInk will be on hand to talk about the position they are hiring for:  Curriculum Design Specialist:

In a spirit of generosity, curiosity, and with the understanding that our networks are our greatest professional assets, come on out to mix and mingle with other Bay Area Career Linguists.  Feel free to share this announcement with any linguist friends, very much looking forward to meeting up 🙂


Career Activities at the LSA meetings in NYC this week

Linguistic Society of AmericaCalling attention to just two of the wonderful events taking place at the Linguistics Society of America meeting!!  For more information, check out the LSA Facebook page and Twitter feed, the Annual Meeting page, the online schedule and .pdf of the Annual Meeting Handbook.

Friday January 4, 3:30-5 pm in Liberty 3
“Linguists in the Workplace”
     Samantha Beaver (Memra Language Services)
     Ruth Brillman (Spotify)
     Deborah Walker (Acrolinx)
     Jessica White-Sustaita (HomeAway)
This panel features linguists from an array of professions beyond the professoriate (ie., “Career Linguists”), as well as representatives from the companies who hire them. Our career linguists will tell all about their journeys from PhD to the workplace, what motivated them to make the shift to the private sector, and the advantages (and sometimes disadvantages) of working outside of academia. To give a fuller picture of what life is like for career linguists, we will also hear from those who hire linguists to better understand what make a linguist a great candidate for numerous professional roles. Panelists hail from a variety of professional sectors, including language engineering, user experience research, nonprofit/program development, and diversity technology, to name a few. An audience Q&A will follow our panel discussion. Hosted by the LSA special interest group Linguists Beyond Academia, “Linguists in the Workplace” is for anyone interested in better understanding the array of options open to linguists as they navigate their careers post-PhD.


Linguistics Beyond Academia Career Mixer
When: Saturday, January 5, 3:30 – 5:00 PM
Where: Liberty 3

The Linguistics Career Mixer is an annual event that brings linguists who have found professional expression of their skills and training in a variety of fields — from research and consulting to writing and education — together with people who are currently trying to learn about their next steps professionally. The idea is to create a context for having exploratory conversations about career paths. Linguists who have found employment in a range of contexts will be on hand to talk about their work as researchers,consultants, writers, editors, trainers, managers, and language and communication specialists in government, education, business and non-profit sectors (among others). Representatives from 20+ organizations will be in attendance.  Sponsored by the LSA’s Linguistics Beyond Academia Special Interest Group (SIG).

Three women at the foundation of improv

One of my intentions for 2019 is to apply story finding to shine a light on the often invisible work done by women, in this case the origins of improvisational theater.

Viola Spolin book

I wrote this post to call attention to the foundational work done by Viola Spolin as a way to announce my latest workshop, but more on that soon – this story begins with Viola Spolin.  Her son, Paul Sills, is widely celebrated as the founder of improv because in 1955 he created the Compass Theater, and then later Second City in Chicago – but Spolin was responsible for many of the improv games and the foundational philosophies and practices that shape improvisational theater as we know it (as reflected in her 1963 book Improvisation for the Theater).

However, in the process of finding Viola Spolin’s story, I actually found the story of three women: Viola Spolin, her mentor Neva Boyd, both of whom were in fact supported by Jane Addams, since Viola Spolin first worked with Neva Boyd at Hull House, one of the settlement houses founded by Jane Addams.

So, here’s their story.

Hull House was the first social settlement house in Chicago, and it served as a place where immigrants would gather to learn, to eat, to debate, and to acquire the tools necessary to put down roots in their new country. Later, in the 1920’s, when the demographics of the neighborhood changed, in addition to the Italian, Irish, German, Greek, Bohemian, and Russian and Polish Jewish immigrants, participants in the clubs, activities, and programming of Hull House included more African Americans and immigrants from Mexico. At Hull House, as part of the progressive education movement, Neva Boyd focused on non-competitive play as a democratizing force. An early theorist of the educational and social benefits of play, her book Handbook for Recreational Games documents many of the exercises she developed as part of the work she did, which included training social workers in group work.

For Boyd, games not only helped children learn cognitive like language and communication skills, but also critical social and emotional skills like cooperation: “Play involves social values, as does no other behavior. The spirit of play develops social adaptability, ethics, mental and emotional control, and imagination.” (

Viola Spolin in turn, applied these societal benefits of play to cultivating her own practice of play as a teaching system, first for the WPA Recreational Project in Chicago, working with children and recent immigrants in low-income neighborhoods and ultimately bringing the benefit of theatrical play to drama therapy programs, mental health facilities and with prisoners, as well as community groups seeking creative engagement in the midst of the Vietnam War and the civil rights movement such as the North Side Cooperative Ministry, Parents School, and Women for Peace.

Such it is that in this playful spirit, in the aim of reaching across divisions of culture and language, and as Spolin put it: as part of “the necessity to help people become more creative as a real justification for living,” my collaborator Criscillia Benford and I will be  offering our first creative expression of 2019: Embracing the Awkward – Finding Fun on First Dates and More on January 5th right here in Oakland, CA. And there are still spots left!!

This play-filled workshop brings together my decades of experience in improv, Criscillia’s meditation and neuroscience pratice, and both of our research expertise in social interaction. It has been designed to give you the time and space to practice having conversations with new people. We’ll use improv activities, infused with research-based insights into human communication, to help you connect to the moment –– no matter how awkward! Expect a mix of games, activities, and scenes to help you get more comfortable being yourself while connecting with others. No improv or performance experience required. Just bring a willingness to have fun, be curious, and try try again. You don’t even need to be single!

Together we will co-create and maintain a space where curiosity, lightheartedness, and listening are celebrated. You will leave with a better understanding of how navigating conversations with agreement and acknowledgement can lead to more more fulfilling connections.

Hope to see you there! Sign up here:

job posting: Elevate (San Francisco)

An exciting job opportunity in content development at an app start-up in San Francisco and the person tasked with hiring is an historical linguist! In her words: “we’d love great (linguist) applicants!”

Location: San Francisco, CA

Department: Content Development

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level

Elevate is a game-based educational app that has more than 20 million downloads and was the recipient of Apple’s App of the Year award. We’re now tackling a new mindfulness app, and our Content Team is in need of a widely capable individual to assist in growing and organizing our content library for both products.



  • Write, edit, fact check, and review content
  • Transcribe audio recordings
  • Summarize scholarly research in a user-friendly way
  • Create, organize, and review spreadsheets containing content and data
  • Develop surveys to solicit user feedback, and then review results and compile action items for product improvement
  • Collaborate with the Design Team to ensure cross-departmental accuracy
  • Assist with content-related customer support and marketing needs



  • BA in a writing/communications-heavy field (e.g., English, linguistics, communications, journalism)
  • 1–2 years of experience in writing and editing
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented
  • Proactive and independent
  • Proven ability to prioritize tasks and work under deadlines
  • Experience with writing, copyediting, and reviewing content
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills



  • Experience with copywriting
  • Interest or experience in meditation and mindfulness
  • Knowledge and familiarity with Excel and/or Google Sheets
  • Knowledge and familiarity with Dropbox



  • Delicious healthy chef-cooked meals
  • Equity
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
  • 401k plan

Top pages and posts from 2018

It’s that time of year again!! With 2018 drawing to a close, as is our tradition here at Career Linguist, we are taking some time to “look back to look forward,” making some time and space to reflect on this past year and think about what should come next. Without further ado, here are the five most viewed pages and posts in 2018!!

Parachute 2018

And here they are:

#5  My book review of the 2018 edition of What Color is

Your Parachute

I read this book annually and not only does it keep getting better and better, but I appreciate and get new things out of the read every time. Can’t wait for 2019!!

#4 The dream job vs. what would you do if you could do anything? a post exploring how to listen interpretively to things that you have always talked about doing, or have been thinking about doing, or have been dreaming about doing, or are told by others that you should be doing.

#3  the Career Paths where we hear about all the exciting things that linguists are out there doing with their degrees. Sectors profiled in the “Profiles in Linguistics” series: Corporate Social Responsibility, Healthcare Communications, Library Science, Knowledge ManagementNaming, Non-Profit Communications, Program Evaluation, Publishing, Social Media Marketing,Tech, User Experience Research, Training and Facilitation and many more!

If you would like to recommend someone (including yourself) for a future profile, please contact Career Linguist.

#2 My explainer animation, designed by my super talented designer Segun Adesina. This distills down what I do and why (my process and approach) in just three minutes – so pleased to see that thousands of you have looked at it – please be in touch with questions and feedback!

…….and the top page/post from 2018 <drumroll please!!!>

#1 For the third year running – 50 organizations  is the most viewed page!!! This resource features organizations who have advertised for and/or have hired linguists and language/communication experts. How can we make best use of this resource, continuing to make it as valuable as it can possibly be for you? How are you using the information contained therein?  Have you found a job using this list as a resource?  Would love to hear your story! What other organizations belong on this list?

What else was new this year:

2018 saw the launch of the Mighty Network a community for career linguists to encourage and learn from one another; to support career development; and to stay inspired about the field of study that connects us!  We’re about supporting and creating opportunities to bring linguistics to work.

On the platform, mainly you will find LOTS OF ACTIVITIES: weekly Working sessions (where we come together to get stuff done!!!), biweekly Check-ins (making space for connection, discovery, and opportunity), and Themed discussions including book clubs, guest speakers, workshops, and other interactive sessions. 2019 will see more focused attention on building out the discussions and resource-sharing components of the site.

Also, Bringing Linguistics to Work is now available as an audiobook!  Get your copy here:

Get it for FREE on Audible:


jobs: Learning for Action (Bay Area)

Learning for Action, a strategy, evaluation, and research firm in San Francisco, CA is currently conducting a search for two positions: Senior Research Associate and Associate Consultant/Consultant. This is a rare opportunity to work with and learn from a high-performing group of people committed to social justice. The ideal candidates will contribute to the diversity of LFA, thrive on enhancing the effectiveness of social justice organizations, and support the advancement of our rising consulting firm.

Those interested in applying should submit their application via the online forms linked below. In the cover letter field, please indicate how you learned about this position. We will only review applications submitted through this online form. We apologize that we are unable to field emails or calls about this opportunity during the application process. The deadline to apply is 11:59 pm on December 31, 2018.