Prevention Innovations Research Center (PIRC) is seeking highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students to help with multiple research and practice projects (with the potential to extend into a full year internship, pending review). Applicants must demonstrate a strong academic record, should be interested in the field of sexual and relationship violence prevention and have a commitment to social justice. Applicants will be assigned to work on a current PIRC research and practice project, within one of the four project areas, after being assessed through the application process. Applicants will have the opportunity to rate their desired area of interest during the application process. The four PIRC Project Areas are:
Social Media Communications (e.g., designing layouts, content, promotion)
Research (e.g., data collection in SPSS and survey creation in Qualtrics, entering data, literature reviews)
Curriculum Development (e.g., implementation and creation of prevention learning tools and strategies)
Smartphone Apps (e.g., promoting, creating marketing materials, and providing feedback on the app)
To apply for the PIRC Internship, review the PIRC Internship overview and requirements and complete the application procedures.