The Schubert Center for Child Studies receives announcements for on-campus job postings with a child research focus from time to time. When these are received and approved, they can be posted on this webpage as a tool for students looking for experience in child-related fields. Faculty associates are encouraged to send the center information about paid/unpaid research positions related to child well-being so they might be posted here for students as well.

Please note that the center also reserves the right to determine which postings are appropriate for our audience.


Schubert Center Research Assistants

The Schubert Center employs 1 graduate student to assist with research, writing, event planning and implementation and other administrative tasks. The job descriptions can be viewed here and our current list of assistants can be found here. Interviews and hiring are based on availability of positions. The Schubert Center reserves the right to edit job descriptions based on Center needs.  

There are currently no positions available at the Schubert Center. 

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Policy Research Assistant  Graduate/Professional  School of Law
Research Assistant  Graduate/Professional, Undergraduate  Any


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