We’re excited to announce a new internship opportunity with FAB 400, our longitudinal socio-behavioral research study that seeks to understand relationship dynamics and personal development among young LGBTQ people assigned female at birth (AFAB) living in Chicago. The study explores why some young people become involved in relationships and others don’t, and what makes some relationships healthy while others become unhealthy or violent. For more information about FAB 400, visit the project page.
The FAB 400 intern will support participant retention and engagement for the study. Responsibilities include supporting the interviewer team by scheduling participant visits, conducting these visits, and contacting participants at follow-up time points. Secondary responsibilities will include maintaining participant records, creating content for social media, and researching topics related to LGBTQ health and wellbeing.
Learn more about this exciting opportunity here. Please note that the application deadline has been extended to May 10, 2019.