you can use a publicly available dataset. You can find datasets from sources including NBER (https://www.nber.org/research/data?page=1&perPage=50), the U.S. government (https://www.data.gov/), or openICPSR(https://www.openicpsr.org/openicpsr/search/studies#). Because the journalsof the American Economic Association now require authors to share their data when possible, your best option might be to search for your topic/issue of interest among articles in AEJ: Applied Economics(https://www.aeaweb.org/journals/app/issues) and AEJ: Economic Policy(https://www.aeaweb.org/journals/pol) and then see if thearticles provide their data (via a link to its page on openICPSR).Present data from the research partner and give a three pages paper. Describe the organization that provided the data and what type of data they shared (fundraising, service delivery, etc.). Explain what variables are in your dataset. Discuss descriptive statistics from your data. Show us histograms of individual variables that have an interesting distribution. Tell us what questions your research partner asked, if any,and any questions you are curious.