Empowerment Through Integration (ETI) is a 501(c)3 certified non-profit that is changing the narrative surrounding disability both for blind and sighted youth. We create integrated, supportive spaces with life skills training, emotional support, and community service opportunities. Through these integrated spaces, they are able to break down internal and external barriers surrounding views on ability in order to create positive change in society. Our ultimate goal is to enable society to understand that inclusion of all is a value for all.

ETI is currently looking for an enthusiastic undergraduate student to be a part of our Research and Evaluation Team. Interns will gain experience in questionnaire design, data analysis, report writing and program evaluation.


  • Work with the ETI Empowerment Program's Research and Evaluation team to analyze data from 2017 ETI Summer Programs
  • Work with R&E team to evaluate and update camp evaluation strategies
  • Assist in evaluation of ETI Social Projects
  • Present findings to ETI Leadership and Board Members


The Research and Evaluation Intern will need to be comfortable working as a part of a team. Technical skills in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel) and experience working with data analysis programs is required. The ideal candidate will have good organizational skills, is reliable, has a positive attitude, and will be committed to our mission.

Ideally this individual will be able to contribute 3-4 hours per week to this position. Interests in research and evaluation and program evaluation are strongly preferred.


Interested candidates should submit a resume and a short description on why you think you should be considered for this position. Please submit materials to