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SCAMP Application Process


Applications for the Study Coordinator Apprenticeship and Mentoring Program (SCAMP) are accepted on an annual basis. SCAMP is a two year intensive internship program that trains inexperienced individuals to become study coordinators. The hiring process generally occurs the summer before the anticipated fall start date. To apply, download the application and forward (along with your resume) to Scamp@jhmi.edu.  You can also apply through the Johns Hopkins University Human Resources website. Documents and Links Job Description Application Johns Hopkins University Human Resources      

Service Request: Research Coordinator Support


The ICTR Study Coordinator Apprenticeship and Mentoring Program (SCAMP) is a two year internship program that trains inexperienced individuals to become study coordinators. This unique program consists of several components: an educational component, a resource component, and a staff networking component. The program has created a pool of study coordinator who are available to be hired on a part time basis by Johns Hopkins faculty and staff. These apprentices are available on a free and low-cost basis, which makes the process of finding a part time coordinator easier, as well as provides junior faculty with smaller projects, or even seasoned … Continue reading

Study Coordinator Apprenticeship and Mentoring Program (SCAMP)


The ICTR Study Coordinator Apprenticeship and Mentoring Program (SCAMP) is a two-year learning program that trains inexperienced individuals to become study coordinators through hands-on experience by working on actual studies. This unique program consists of several components: an educational component, a resource component, and a staff-networking component. This program is intended for recent college graduates with limited clinical research experience or for those who have health care or clinical experience and are interested in research coordination. The education component of the program provides the study coordinator apprentices with a structured training program utilizing the ICTR’s educational programs, clinical infrastructure, and … Continue reading