The National Center for Children and Families conducts cutting-edge research, ranging from empirical studies to evaluation of intervention and prevention programs to analytic investigation of major issues that affect children and families. This work is conducted with colleagues from research centers and institutes throughout the nation. Faculty and fellows of the Center regularly present the findings of their research at major forums across the country and publish in distinguished journals and books.

The Center offers a rich range of experiences in research or training for interested graduate students. Follow the links below to explore the opportunities here at the Center.

4/7/15: Looking for Interviewers

NCCF is doing a study of child care and affordable housing in New York City and is hiring interviewers to talk to parents of children who are enrolled at selected child care centers. Spanish fluency is preferable. Please see this flyer for more information and application instructions or contact Anne Martin with questions.