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All practica should be based on 2 – 5 objectives linked to the student’s academic program competencies. The preceptor and the student should meet, construct and discuss objectives at the beginning of the practicum. It is recommended to use the 'SMART' guidelines in order to assure that each objective is:
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|Arnold Childhood Obesity Initiative/Summer 2024
|Hours Per Week
|$15 per hour
|End Posting Date
|Arnold Childhood Obesity Initiative (ACOI)
|921 ASSEMBLY ST RM 141
|Specify the experiences to be undertaken (including strategy, methods, resources, settings).
|Students will gain experience working with kids in a research setting. They will also learn how to collect data on body composition, heart rate and energy expenditure through multiple measures.
|Specify the criteria for assessment of learning results and work performances.
|A successful practicum experience will be gauged based on consistent and successful performance of the tasks outlined above.
|Describe in detail any special conditions, arrangements, or restrictions.
|Students need to be fully vaccinated and successfully pass a background check for this position .
|Give time sequence for achieving the desired results and how progress will be monitored.
|The practicum would involve a week long training and the rest of the summer would be spent out at summer camps collecting data.
|What are the specific deliverables associated with this opportunity (e.g. a needs assessment, a policy analysis, production of public health brochures and handouts)?
|Specific deliverables include the contribution to a national dataset of youth health behavior.