Career Services Internship Opportunities

Applied Research

Description: Summer & Fall 2016 Research Activities ?Re-consent all research participants in their homes ?Conduct semi-structured interviews with parents ?Learn how to work with SPSS & conduct preliminary analyses ?Be involved in retention efforts

Salary Unknown
Type of Opportunity Internship
Location New York, NY
Degree Wanted None Required
Field of Study Psychology, Education
Special Skills & Requirements ?You want to learn more about policy and research ?You enjoy working with kids and adults ?You have EXCELLENT interpersonal skills ?You are hands-on ?You are interested in working with underserved communities ?You are organized, timely, and enjoy collaborative work ?You are available a minimum of 12 hours/week for at least 6 months starting ASAP! ?This research experience may fulfill internship credits/hours ?Upperclassman are encouraged to apply ?**Spanish speakers strongly encouraged to apply**
Company Name playLabNYU
Contact: Cristina Medellin
Address: 726 Broadway, Suite 531| New York, New York 10003
Email:
Phone: 212 998 5885
Website: www.playlabnyu.com
About the Company: playLabNYU is designed to engage in the rigorous and socially responsible scientific examination of play in young children’s lives. We utilize randomized control designs, multilevel modeling, interviews and ethnographic methods to explore the unique context of play in promoting school readiness, learning and civic engagement for children who are growing up in poverty and/or are from immigrant families. By cultivating strong partnerships with the communities we work in, we generate empirically-driven knowledge that is culturally relevant and socially just. The playLab strives to produce actionable research and develop collaborations which are used to empower and strengthen the lives of young children through education and policy.
How To Apply: Please email playlabnyu@nyu.edu for more information.

 

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