Institute for Research on Labor & Employment (IRLE) Undergraduate research apprenticeship program
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Academic year 2017-18

Mentors can be faculty or staff researchers at UC Berkeley who have research projects related to labor and employment and the mission of IRLE (see irle.berkeley.edu for more).

If you have more than one project, please submit separate entries. If you would like more than one apprentice for this project, you can indicate so below.

Mentors will receive a $300 stipend.

Projects can begin as soon as the apprentice is matched; the program goes through the end of spring semester 2018 (May 11).

IRLE staff will provide support to the apprentices through a series of research workshops, informal meetings, and one-on-one guidance. We will also provide support for the apprentice and faculty/staff research relationship. IRLE will organize a workshop in Spring 2018 for students to share their research experience.

Projects must be submitted by Friday, October 20. Student applications will be due November 10.

About you:
Name *
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Email *
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Title *
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Department(s) *
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About Your Project:
Title of research project *
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Brief description of your project *
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Description of the work an apprentice will be doing *
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What you're looking for in an apprentice:
IRLE will match you with three applicants who best meet your qualifications. Please be as specific as possible, so that students applying understand the expectations and so that we can effectively match you with students.
Skills or experience desired *
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Number of hours per week, estimated length of project, and any key dates. (Note that the 2017-18 program ends with the 2018 spring semester) *
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How many apprentices will you accept for your project? *
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