i4Y Training/Student Opportunities

Overview

i4Y will train and mentor undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students to be the next generation of leaders in adolescent public health and well-being. 

i4Y is committed to:

  • establishing a training center to provide the methodological expertise required to be multi-disciplinary, applied scientists
  • providing rigorous and formative experiences in trans-disciplinary, real-world, youth-involved, team-based research and work
  • building opportunities to partner across disciplines to apply tools for social innovation, including human-centered design, fostering the skills to work collaboratively with youth and adult community partners

If you would like to get involved at i4Y, please send your resume and a cover letter listing your interests to i4Y@berkeley.edu. Undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for our yearly URAP positions and to consider the YES program. 

Opportunities

Undergraduate and Graduate Students

i4Y has launched the Youth Equity Scholars Program (YES) for undergraduate student researchers who support research on adolescent health and wellbeing, and partner with community organizations through i4Y’s Research Practice Partnerships (RPPs).

Post Doc

i4Y is seeking post docs interested in youth and adolescent development and community partnered research.

Summer Fellowship

Summer fellowship focused on adolescent health and well-being.