Posted on July 16, 2018
•Process data, score and check for accuracy
•Perform cognitive assessments of school-aged children (requires travel to schools in personal vehicle)
•Utilize electronic group scheduling and email program
•Participate in lab meetings
•Participate in 1-2 out of town assessments in our mobile office ("Math Van")
•Read and discuss journal articles
Do you want research experience, research credit (Psychology 2950 or 4950), and the possibility of a part-time PAID position in the future?
We are looking for conscientious, inquisitive, reliable students with demonstrated responsibility in time management and a GPA of at least 3.5. Student must be a team player, willing to pitch in wherever needed, and able to follow direction as well as problem-solve quickly in any situation.
•Psychology, Education, or Biology major; other majors will be considered
•Sophomore or Junior standing; outstanding Freshmen will be considered
Experience with children or teens is a plus, but not required.
We accept volunteers (or for Psychology 2950/4950 credit), and after 1 semester of work (9 hours/week), based on performance, budget and staffing needs, we may offer you a paid position. We are flexible on scheduling, but we will need at least a 2-3-hour time slot twice a week between 7am and 2:45 pm.
Faculty Mentor or Sponsor
please provide resume and 2 references (we will call or email them)
Email or call me with questions any time.
We encourage students to include a resume or transcript when e-mailing a faculty mentor to apply for a posted position.