Psychology Work-Study Program

There are numerous lab and office-related work study positions available in the Psychology Department throughout the academic year. Check the Research Labs page to find out more information on a specific lab. Inquiries can be directed to the Undergraduate Curriculum Assistant (uca@psych.columbia.edu) or directly to faculty.

Links:
Research Labs:
www.columbia.edu/cu/psychology/research/facultyresearch/researchlabs.html
Faculty Listing: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/psychology/lists/core.html

**Before Applying for a work study position, please visit the Federal Work Study web site to make sure you are eligible. You can also fill out most of the paperwork you need ahead of time!

Federal Work Study:
http://www.columbia.edu/cu/sfs/docs/Federal_Work-Study_Student_Employment/index.html


When applying online through the web site above, you will need the following information:

  • Name
  • Expected graduation date
  • School/major
  • Skills
  • References
  • Name of person for whom you would like to work
  • Available hours
  • Areas of interest within psychology
  • Resume (optional)

IMPORTANT: You do not have to be a Psychology major to apply
for a work-study position in the Psychology department.

Click here to learn more about the Psychology Department.


Click here to view current openings for work study positions in the Psychology Department

 

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