We are looking for paid summer interns to support our research projects through the summer. This is an opportunity to learn more about what it’s like to work at a behavioral research lab, gain relevant skills and contribute to on-going research designed to improve people’s lives.
We are looking for undergraduate and graduate degree students to spend their summer in Durham, NC. Research activities include running studies, conducting literature reviews, designing experiments, writing up results, analyzing data, and more. Our focus areas are health and financial behaviors, in the U.S. and abroad.
This will be a full-time, residential internship that will run from June 10th – August 2nd. Undergraduate interns will be paid $13 an hour, Graduate interns will be paid $18 an hour. Housing will be provided for the duration of the program, but other expenses including food and travel will not be covered by the internship.
International applicants should already be in possession of a U.S visa through the institution where they are currently enrolled.