Summer Short Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): May 11th – May 29th | 3 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: June 1st – June 19th | 3 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: June 22nd – July 10th | 3 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: July 13th – July 31st | 3 Units

Fall Semester Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): 4 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: 4 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: 4 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: 4 Units

Summer Short Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): May 11th – May 29th | 3 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: June 1st – June 19th | 3 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: June 22nd – July 10th | 3 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: July 13th – July 31st | 3 Units

Fall Semester Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): 4 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: 4 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: 4 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: 4 Units

RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS

We equip future leaders with the skills, knowledge, and tools to implement effective and sustainable solutions to community strengthening, modern slavery, and child protection.

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Complete a Research Fellowship

3 MONTHS +

Apply for a research fellowship and work with our team at SJRC! A research fellowship enables you to participate in innovative research projects on community-based development, human trafficking, and orphan care. 

Currently, all research fellowships are remote. They are overseen by SJRC's director, participate in regular research meetings, and collaborate on new studies and research projects. Fellowships may start at any point in the academic year. 

Fellows may choose to focus on their own research or collaborate with SJRC team members on existing research. Here are some of the research projects in which fellows have been involved in the past: 

  • Measuring risk and risk factors for commercial sexual exploitation

  • Implementation of orphan care systems in low- and middle-income countries

  • Understanding the effectiveness of therapeutic interventions for survivors of trafficking

  • Global missions and community development

Fellows participate in (online) weekly meetings and seminars, and present their own findings during the course of their fellowship. They work on academic studies, training materials, webinars, and blog posts. 

Please contact us at info@stjamesresearchcentre.org if you have any questions.

Contact Us

info@stjamesresearchcentre.org

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