This is an OTD residency opportunity in the Policy and Administration track.
Chan Division China Initiative
About the China Initiative
The USC Chan Division China Initiative established a partnership with Peking University Health Science Center (PUHSC) in 2016 to develop an occupational therapy dual-degree program between USC Chan and PUHSC. This program recently launched in September 2019.
About the residency
The OTD resident(s) will work alongside the China Initiative team in their collaboration with PUHSC on the continued implementation of their graduate level occupational therapy curriculum at Peking University as well as the WFOT accreditation process. The resident(s) will have the opportunity to be involved in the decision-making process at all levels, as well as helping to shape the Chan Division’s long-term trajectory and presence in China.
Chinese language proficiency is preferred but not essential.
The resident will receive a Graduate Assistantship award, which covers 24 units of tuition, plus a stipend, as well as health and dental insurance and the student health center fee.