Last Minute Internship Opportunity: Send CV by July 7th

If you’re looking for a little extra cash this summer and are a conscientious student with a strong interest in survey research, the city of Seattle is conducting a survey in the Rainier Beach in conjunction with George Mason University.  They are looking for three graduate or undergraduate students to work on the survey. It’s a 3 week job, possibly extendable, and only 3 days a week. They will pay $15 for pre-masters, $18 for post masters. Also, you need to be IRB approved. If you’re not, it’s just a one hour quiz certifying you to work with human subjects.  The scope of the project is below.  If you are interested, send your CV to Tim Thomas (tt77@uw.edu) as soon as possible.

Community Survey in Rainier Beach

  •  This is the baseline community survey for the federal grant project: Rainier Beach-A Beautiful Safe Place for Youth – see website:  http://safeplaceforyouth.weebly.com/
  •  Baseline survey will be conducted in 5 treatment sites and 5 control sites
  •  Written survey has been translated into multiple languages
  •  Survey captures information about crime and perception of safety at the 10 specific  locations
  • Survey will include: residents, businesses, and place-users
  • Survey team training will be held on July 15 from 1-7 pm
  • Survey work timeframe: July 16-August 8

 

Survey Team Members

  • Will be hired/paid by George Mason University
  •  $15/hour without Masters; $18/hour with Masters or higher
  •  Up to 24 hours per week
  • Must be available July 15-August 8
  •  Must be IRB certified
  • Must be able to travel to and from Rainier Beach
  • Must be able to work effectively with community members and complete surveys in timely fashion

If interested, send CV by July 7.

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