Applied Community Research Positions

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Anticipated 12 - 15 hours per week and paid.

Students will work on applied research projects in community settings. Students will work directly with community organizations on research projects that advance their missions related to serving children, youth and families promoting wellbeing. Students will work on one of four projects of their choosing:

  1. Evaluation of a school-based prevention program
  2. Evaluation of Pima Early Education Program
  3. Engaging stakeholders and community partners and conducting research with families with young children related to connecting children to nature
  4. Contributing to a variety of research tasks related to early care and education, including updating an existing report on resources for family child care providers, participating in partner network mapping analysis, and supporting evaluation project. 

Positions will involve a combination of virtual and in-person responsibilities in Tucson; apply on Handshake.

Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, and Families