Research – Psychology Educational Assistants


Specific Opportunities (Most Recent on top)

Regions Hospital Research Intern Program 

• Research interns support the Critical Care Research Center staff and investigators in conducting clinical trials within Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Medicine, the Surgical Intensive Care Unit, the Trauma Program, Hospital Medicine and the Burn Center. Ideal candidates are interested in a career in medicine or the health sciences. Previous research and/or patient care experience is preferred.

• Key Duties: Screening subjects, consenting and enrolling patients, data collection, chart abstraction, abstract/manuscript preparation.

• Interns also have the opportunity to participate in unique educational experiences which in the past have included shadowing, cadaver and sim labs, ambulance ride-alongs, and CPR, EKG, and ultrasound training. • This is a 12 month, paid experience starting the first week of June.

• This is NOT a summer program. Hours are M-F 3:00PM-11:30PM and11:00PM- 7:30AM. Weekend (Saturday/Sunday shifts) are the same with the addition of a morning shift from 7:00AM-3:30PM. Interns must be able to work approximately 8 shifts per month, with 3 of the 8 shifts during the weekend. • We highly encourage gap year students to consider this opportunity.

More information: Flyers

Regions Research Intern Flyer 2017


Posted on website 5.2.17

Minnesota Memory Project Clinical Research Internship

Posted on website 3.13.17


Fund for the Public Interest Canvass Directors

The Fund for The Public Interest is looking to hire recent college graduates to run their campaign offices across the country year-round. They are looking for smart, talented, and hardworking individuals to fill the position of Canvass Director right away. They will have recruiters attending the Minnesota Private Colleges’ Job & Internship Fair on February 22nd and will be conducting interviews at the fair. If students wish to apply they can do so at the link below.

Job application link:

Posted on website 3.13.17


American Board of Sport Psychology 2017, 12th Annual Internship/Research Assistantship/Visiting Fellowship Program in Applied Sport Psychology in New York City

We are pleased to announce the American Board of Sport Psychology’s 2017 12th annual Internship/Research Assistantship/Visiting Fellowship Program in Applied Sport Psychology. Over 120 participants, including undergraduates, graduate students and faculty from universities and colleges worldwide as well as practicing psychologists and sport psychology professionals and coaches have been trained in our evidence-based athlete assessment and intervention protocol. Cohorts of undergraduates have presented on research the APA annual conventions and other professional conferences. Our program’s has established a tradition of generating and preparing publications and making presentations on our various lines of research at important meetings. Program alumni have also continued their education in psychology, sport psychology and related fields as graduate students at top colleges throughout the United States and abroard. Our practitioner graduates include an Olympic sport psychology consultant and numerous sport psychologists who work with professional sport teams as well as practicing clinicians (psychologists and psychiatrists). Many of our students have attended on study grants and received academic credit for completing our program. Two of our undergraduate students completed senior honors thesis projects that were based on our protocol, one at the University of Pennsylvania, the other at Wellesley college.

Note: Our summer program counts toward ABSP certification program practicum and final project requirements.

PROGRAM VEVUE: New York City with possible satellite session in New Hampshire (baseball psychology; special distance-based programs can also be arranged)

DATES: May to October (May and September sessions may be abbreviated based on enrollment)

Requests for information documents/applications are now being accepted.

If interested please contact:

Posted on website 3.13.17

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