ACT is seeking a current undergraduate or graduate student for a 3-6 month project. This project requires analysing resources for ACT’s Autism Information Database (AID) and writing records for it. The successful candidate must have excellent written communication skills, a basic understanding of autism and an interest in knowledge- translation focused on the needs of families and adults with ASD are assets.
This is a paid position funded through NeuroDevNet – the successful applicant must be registered at a Canadian university, ideally in a program related to autism or knowledge translation. They must be available at least 20 hour a week in the ACT office. To search the AID go to www.actcommunity.ca/aid-search/
To apply, please send a cover letter and C.V. to email@example.com with the word “Practicum Position” in the subject line by 10 am, November 20. Start date is negotiable.