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Research Volunteer Program
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About the Summer Research Volunteers

Research Volunteers are undergraduate university students in their second, third, or fourth year, or individuals with a particular interest and/or background that makes pursing research and quality improvement projects of interest and relevance to them.

Volunteers submit an application form on which she/he briefly outlining areas of interest and availability. Southlake’s Volunteer Services staff will contact selected candidates regarding  the next step in the volunteer recruitment process.

Once oriented to the program, volunteers are connected with the Research and Innovation Department where they meet with a Southlake Research Scientist to have their specific interests, skills and availability matched to an available projects. The goal in process is to find the best fit possible.

Volunteers normally begin their project work in May and finish in mid to late August. That said, some volunteers are able to continue with the program beyond August. Volunteers are under no obligation to continue beyond August; however for those who wish to volunteer for a longer period of time, we will work to find an appropriate longer-term project.

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