University of Southern California
University of Southern California

Joining LRCC

Training opportunities

The LRCC lab currently has an opening for a PhD student in occupational science. PhD students are immersed in the lab for 20 hours per week where they can gain hands-on experience in extramurally funded research pertaining to occupation and chronic conditions. For more information about our PhD program please visit, and to learn more about opportunities for PhD students in the LRCC lab please send a brief statement of interest and recent CV to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Volunteer opportunities

Volunteer information

The LRCC lab is looking for volunteers that are curious, follow through on their commitments, use time wisely, are generous and respectful, honest, open to feedback, and passionate about fostering a culture of excellence within the lab. Volunteers are currently needed to for tasks such as data entry, manual creation, web mastering, social media coordination, and participant tracking and contacting.

Volunteer expectations

Volunteers are expected to dedicated 6 or more hours per week to lab work including attending relevant meetings when possible. Volunteers are also expected to familiarize themselves with the work of the LRCC lab and complete HIPAA, Human Subject Research, and Good Clinical Practice training modules prior to beginning in the lab. Please review information about current projects at prior to filing out the volunteer application. If you are interesting in volunteering in the LRCC lab please complete the application. After submitting your application, someone from the lab will contact you at their earliest convenience.