Child Psychology Research

Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv

Our intern will help one of Tel Aviv University's leading psychologists study how political violence, terrorism and other crises affect the resilience of children, focusing on post traumatic stress and intervention models that positively affect children's resilience.

Tasks awarded to the intern include research activities, interviewing, administering questionnaires, observation, coding data, videotaping sessions from a two way mirror between child and a psychologist and assisting with research papers.

*This internship requires a high level of Hebrew

Psychology Lab Assistant

Hebrew University Lab - Jerusalem

The tasks of the research assistant include the A to Z of research. From preparing experiments, through running subjects, coding data, analyzing data, writing reports, and designing new experiments based on previous data. The interns are encouraged to take an active role in the lab's life.

Research and Marketing

NATAL Trauma Center - Jerusalem

Intern will work in the international department and have opportunities to interview the NATAL professionals. The intern will also be responsible for the social media and marketing for the center, including blog writing, Facebook/Twitter updates, and writing articles. There also can be a possibility to work with children in the afternoon.

Psychology Research

- Givat Shmuel

The intern can join ongoing experiments that will be running in the lab and train to do coding of interactions on a computerized system. The intern can also join the biological staff in helping with hormonal analyses, etc. Other jobs might come available based on skills, languages, and interest.

Kindergarten for Children with Autism

Assocation for Children at Risk - Rishon Lezion

This opportunity is to work at preschool/kindergarten with children with various mental disabilities. Interns will work with professionals such as psychologists and speech therapists interacting with 2-3 or 4-6 year olds- assisting, supervising, and supporting them.