Advanced Undergraduate Internship: Autism Concentration

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Academic Year

Each academic year, up to three BU students are selected for the Advanced Undergraduate Internship. The Center for Autism Research Excellence partners with the BMC Autism Program to offer an internship that combines research and clinical experience. This internship is a specialized Autism-focused program for undergraduates that want to gain both research and clinical skills.

The qualified candidate will be a BU undergraduate majoring in psychology, child development, social work, human behavior or a related field. He or she will be able to commit to working a total of ten hours per week for the duration of the academic year (fall and spring semester) and be able to work 5 hours per week at CARE and 5 hours per week at BMC. Please review the Advanced Undergraduate Internship Description to learn more about this opportunity.

Qualified candidates will complete interviews with staff at CARE and at BMC.

Please note that this internship is unpaid. BU Students are welcome to apply to both our Fall Semester Academic Year Internships and our Advanced Undergraduate Internship.

If you are a BU student, you can apply to this internship by completing the application here. Be sure to attach your resume to your application.

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