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Note: Internship deadlines are generally in the fall or winter of the year prior to the summer program. Browse the websites for opportunities, and apply early!
Collections of internship and other opportunity links:
Research Experiences for Undergraduates
Each of these programs is funded by the National Science Foundation and provides a stipend for student researchers to do research, usually during the summer for 8-10 weeks.
NIH Summer Internship Program
The National Institutes of Health sponsors students to participate in research programs at one of their campuses in Maryland, Arizona, Michigan, Montana, or North Carolina.
An overview of the different research and training opportunities of the NIH
These programs include scholarships, summer research opportunities, internships, and post-baccalaureate programs.
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) (**for students with disabilities)
10 week internships and semester co-ops in organizations throughout the US, including NASA, IBM, NOAA and Merck
Internships and more in New York City and elsewhere
General list from Columbia website
Research, internships & field opportunities
General list from Massachusetts Institute of Technology website
Paid internship opportunities
General list from Rochester Institute of Technology website
Some of the individual institutions with summer programs for undergraduates:
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)
Roswell Park Cancer Institute summer research program for college juniors
Baylor College of Medicine Summer Medical and Research Training Program
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Summer Internship Program Institute for Systems Biology
Collections of listings:
A listing of field biology courses
Organization of Biological Field Stations
School for Field Studies (SFS)
Semester & summer abroad programs in environmental field studies
A local opportunity:
Blakely Island Field Station (SPU)
Courses from Seattle Pacific University on Blakely Island in the San Juan Islands in Puget Sound, northwest of Seattle
Note: Please remember that Seattle University will only accept transfer credit if you have a credit total of less than 135 credits. If you have 135 or more credits, the University will accept only the transfer of course content (and the credit will not be added to your SU total). If you have between 90-135 credits, the University will accept transfer of both course content and credit from a four-year institution. In all cases, turn in a Transfer Verification Request form to the Registrar before taking your course.
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