As with my lists of postdoctoral positions and graduate fellowships, I make no claims that any information, including information about citizenship requirements, is accurate.
Also as with the other lists, it’s a broad list. Internship sites include government agencies like the National Institutes of Health, research institutes like RAND, and nonprofits like UNICEF. The topic areas vary widely, and include public health, sexual health, nutrition, statistics/psychometrics, policy, education, ethnic/racial minority families, adulthood and aging, and child development (detailed in a column). Locations are around the United States and the world (detailed in a column). Some are summer internships and others can occur during the academic year. They are as short as 8 weeks or as long as 7 months. There are both paid and unpaid internships (and a column that details whether paid, and if so how much).
Find it here.
If you know of any others, please share them with me and I will add them. If you find errors or broken links, please let me know.
“40+ internships related to Human Development & Family Sciences first appeared on Eva Lefkowitz’s blog on May 28, 2019.”