RSI Rehab Scholars Program
The Rehabilitation Sciences Institute (RSI) at the Faculty of Medicine – University of Toronto is looking to hire an undergraduate student as part of its inaugural Rehab Scholars Program:
Rehab Scholars Program at RSI
The Rehabilitation Sciences Institute’s Rehab Scholars Program is designed to provide paid opportunities for students to apply their educational experiences to rewarding and challenging opportunities. We are seeking a motivated senior undergraduate student to join our team for the summer months. Program participants will gain valuable experience by participating in administrative tasks such as data collection, building of annual reports, etc. as well as and obtain direct research experience through working with RSI’s world-renowned faculty.
The Rehabilitation Sciences Institute (RSI) is an interdisciplinary doctoral stream training program at the University of Toronto. RSI integrates research across scientific disciplines focused on understanding human function and participation in family, community, and society and its relationship to health and well-being. At RSI, we give you the tools to become a world-class rehabilitation scientist!
We are currently seeking a hardworking, dynamic and motivated individual with strong academic excellence and organizational skills. The candidate is also required to have basic computer software skills (e.g. Microsoft Office). Undergraduate students from a broad range of academic backgrounds will be considered.