Hands-On Research Opportunity with PASS

Are you interested in getting hands-on experience in school-based research in psychology with children and adolescents? If so, then you might be interested in a volunteer research position in the Division of Global and Community Health within Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at MUSC! PASS is a study of school mental health, school climate, and behavior among elementary and middle school students.

Hands-on experiences include (training provided):
-Conducting recruitment and research assessments in schools
-Preparing data collection materials
-Selected students would also have the opportunity to be involved in research presentations or publications

Candidates must be comfortable working with racially diverse families and have daytime availability during the week to go into schools with the team. There will be data collection days March through May, and opportunities are available for research involvement beyond May. Short-term candidates are welcome to apply.


Interested candidates should send cover letters and resumes to Dr. Katie Perkins at perkinka@musc.edu.

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