Community Research Internship

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10 hours per week for spring 2024 and paid.

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In this paid role, students will work on applied research projects in community settings along with enrolling in a 3-credit professional development course. Students will work directly with a community organization on research projects that advance their missions related to serving children, youth, and families and promoting well-being. Most positions will involve a combination of virtual/hybrid and in-person responsibilities. Before you proceed, please take a look at the steps below to help you prepare on submitting your application successfully. 

Students can work on a range of projects including evaluation, basic analysis of program or participant data, report writing, assistance with data collection or grant-writing, etc. These positions are intended to focus on research or program management tasks rather than direct service to clients.

Confirmed internship placement sites so far include -

  • United Way
  • 4-H
  • The Haven
  • Ben’s Bells
  • Pima County
  • City of Tucson
Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, and Families