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.