Ability to set and meet deadlines for oneself
Excellent interpersonal, networking and communication skills
Experience with reviewing research publications and reports and synthesizing academic information for a lay audience
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CIFRS is looking for Junior Fellows to work with our research Co-Directors and Senior Fellows. Junior Fellows are early career scholars interested in a mentorship relationship with CIFRS, with an emphasis on skill building and training. This will include guidance in conducting a research project, scholarly dissemination, and public engagement. Ideal candidates will be late in their undergraduate career or Masters students. This position is currently an unpaid volunteer position with the future possibility of transitioning into a part-time or full-time paid position.
Applicant will be in their third or fourth year (or later) of their Bachelor degree or a Masters student
Some research experience in a relevant subject area within the scope of far-right studies or planning to enter into a supervised project with their current university