Applied Research & Consulting Major interest areas

Woven: Women in Leadership & Gender-Based Issues

Strengthening Christian women leaders and women’s networks and empowering collaborative engagement on gender-based issues. For more info click here or contact Stacie Mickelson, Director of Woven, at smickelson@egc.org.

Youth & Youth Workers

Churches, youth workers, and communities ending youth violence and poverty one neighborhood at a time. For more information, contact Megan Lietz, Research Associate, at mlietz@egc.org.

Public Health & Wellness

Churches and medical professionals building congregational communities of wellness to address health disparities in youth, elderly, and immigrant populations. For more information contact Michelle Harper, Administration Manager, at mharper@egc.org.

 
 

 

Additional Applied Research & Consulting Programs

C4 Studies (Churches, Christianity, Communities & Culture)

The C4 Studies team researches Boston demographics, compiles profiles, and follows trends that informs all of our applied research. C4 Studies is at the heart of ARC’s efforts to understand the leaders and communities of Boston. We work to inform ARC programs by our continuous learning in the 4 C’s.

Help us! What’s happening in your church, your experience of Christianity, your community, and/or your culture? For more information, contact Rudy Mitchell, Senior Researcher, at rmitchell@egc.org.

 

The Unacceptable Statistics and Case Studies

This project gathers local, relevant data on all areas of interest in EGC, including statistics that inform the community of the extent of urban issues, as well as case studies of exemplary local organizations and collaborations to address them. For more information, contact Andrew Tsou, Research Associate at atsou@egc.org.

 

Boston Emmanuel Training Academy (BETA)

The ARC BETA program trains and engages Interns, Associates, and Fellows in volunteer research or consulting work with EGC programs and partners. For information about current project opportunities contact Michelle Harper, Administration Manager, at mharper@egc.orgInclude your resume and a brief statement of interest, if you'd like to start the application process.

 

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