Getting an internship or volunteering is a great idea. Most intro research jobs are looking for at least a bachelors in a hard science - biology, chemistry, etc. So with your degrees, you very well may find a position like what you're looking for. Highlight your strengths in relation to the individual position you're looking for including computer skills and/or any kind of data analysis skills or software. And frame your objective on each individual resume you send for the specific position you want.