The National Children’s Study Scholars Program allows federal employees with subject matter expertise and experience in various fields to contribute in-kind to the development of this important and unique Study. The needs of the Study will vary as the Study progresses. Depending on their specific area of focus, Scholars can work part time or full time, on site or remotely. All Scholars will work closely with the National Children’s Study Program Office staff at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), part of the National Institutes of Health, to further the goals of the Study while supporting the missions of the federal agencies they serve.
Find out more about the NCS Scholars and each of their topic areas.
How to apply:
Interested individuals should develop and propose opportunities based on their own subject matter expertise and on the needs of the Study. Please note that THIS IS NOT A SALARIED POSITION. The National Children’s Study Program Office is unable to directly financially support National Children’s Study Scholars. Arrangements will be based upon in-kind details, requiring supervisor’s approval and supported by the sponsoring federal agency.
Please contact us at ContactNCS@mail.nih.gov with ATT: National Children’s Study Scholars Program as the subject line. (For individuals seeking paid positions, all position vacancies are announced through USAJobs.)