Research Assistant Opportunity at The Children’s Learning Clinic


The Children’s Learning Clinic, a clinical psychology lab under Dr. Mark Rapport, is currently seeking new research assistants.


The Children’s Learning Clinic is currently looking for smart, motivated students to join their lab as undergraduate research assistants. Specific information about the clinic and examples of our past published research findings are available on the CLC website (


Briefly, we accept undergraduate students for our limited number of RA positions who have at least a 3.0 GPA, a clear desire to pursue graduate training in psychology or a related area, the ability to work in the clinic for at least 10 hours per week (including during June and July—summer hours are flexible), the willingness to commit to volunteering as a RA for a minimum of 1.5 to 2 years (due to the extensive training required and as precursor for writing recommendation letters for grad school on your behalf), the ability to attend our weekly Wednesday afternoon (12:15-1:15 p.m.) research meetings, and the ability to assist us on Saturdays (usually one or two per month during the academic year, either for the morning or the afternoon child neurocognitive assessments).


If you have any additional questions, or if you are interested in applying please email Dr. Rapport at