December 8, 2017

Help Wanted: Student Researchers, Assistants for Initiative on Vulnerable Online Populations

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Job Opportunity

The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) is looking for graduate and undergraduate researchers and assistants to work with us on a project addressing the threats facing politically at-risk people and organizations online. Specifically, CLTC is looking for students to develop methods for providing cybersecurity assistance to civil society who may be under attack by governments and other politically-motivated actors. Students will work together with CLTC staff and partner organizations in the private sector, civil society, and academia to build a model for supporting politically vulnerable organizations’ cybersecurity.

These positions will work cooperatively with other Student Assistants and Graduate Student Researchers from other disciplines. Both technical and non-technical positions are available, and so students from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Graduate students may apply through Handshake at the following link, or by searching for Job #1167459. https://berkeley.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1167459?ref=postings-search-result. If you do not have a Handshake account, you can create one here: https://career.berkeley.edu/handshake.

Undergraduates eligible for work study may apply here: https://workstudy.berkeley.edu/JobRequestForm.aspx?job_num=2714513535. Other undergraduates may apply through Handshake at the following link, or by searching for Job #1164312: https://berkeley.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1164312?ref=postings-search-result. If you do not have a Handshake account, you can create one here: https://career.berkeley.edu/handshake.

Please contact Sean Brooks at swb@berkeley.edu if you have any trouble applying or have any questions.