|General Internship Information|
Internships can help you fund your education, gain valuable expericnes and skills to prepare you for employment.
If you are interested in applying for one of the available internships, you must have a resume on file in the Lincoln University Career Center.
For general information or assistance, please email Donna Stallings at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IACMI is committed to building a strong Advanced Manufacturing Composites workforce.
The Institute for Advanced Composite Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI) Internship Program supports the anticipated growth of the advanced manufacturing composites industry. IACMI's commitment to grow manufacturing and accelerate the development of low-cost and energy-efficient manufacturing technologies can be achieved by fostering interest in these fields, nurturing talent in the nation's future technical leaders, and continually engaging budding engineers and scientists. Supportive collaborations with IACMI partners lend a diverse experience to the program, for recruiting students of high quality and exceptional technical aptitude.
As an IACMI Intern, you will have the opportunity to:
- Use state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment and software
- Interact with scientists and engineers who are top of the advanced composites and manufacturing fields
- Apply for an appointment for up to 400 participation hours in either a short-term, 10 week summer porgram, or a long-term appointment up to one year
- Engage with over 300 industry, government, and academic members at IACMI's Members Meeting
- Receive a competitive stipend, housing assistance, and limited travel expenses
To be elivigle for the 2017 Internship Program, an undergraduate or graduate student must:
- Be a United States citizen
- Be a student in good standing at a regionally accredited U.S. college or university
- Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2
- Be at least 18 years old at the time of appointment
- Provide proof of health insurance coverage
Applications and supporting materials are being accepted online until March 17, 2017. For more information visit www.orau.org/IACMI or email Julie Malicoate at email@example.com.
The IACMI INTERNSHIP is managed by Oak Ridge Associated Universityes (ORAU). For more information on the internship, please visit www.orau.org/IACMI or email Julie Malicoat, Program Manager at Julie.Malicoat@orau.org
Date Posted: 02/02/2017
Application Deadline: 03/01/2017
Job Post ID: 9335
Job Title: Traffic Intern
Min Monthly Salary: $11.87 - $15.42
Number Positions: 1
Location: Jefferson City
District/Division: Central District / Traffic Division
Human Resources Contact Number: 573-751-7695
Notice: This is a seasonal, non-benefit eligible position working up to 1,039 hours.
Remote work location and/or teleworking is not available for this position.
General Summary: Assigned to job duties ranging from assistant traffic technician to special maintenance supervision, based on level of education and summer job experience.
Minimum/Required Qualifications: Must be enrolled in a civil engineering program at an accredited college or university with completion of freshman year (normally 30 semester hours) and an overall GPA of 2.0 out 4.0.
Supervisory Responsibilities: None
Special Working Conditions/Job Characteristics: Job requires travel within the district.
Examples of Work:
- Determines traffic volume on roadways and codes data for computer processing, provides recommendations, and coordinates correction of deficiencies. Performs and summarizes radar speed surveys to determine the characteristics speeds of motorists to establish a speed limit that is both safe and comfortable. Analyzes accident reports to prepare diagrams that include types and locations of accidents and dates, times, and weather conditions. May issue permits; assists in the review preparation documentation and inspection of permit activities. Performs initial field site reviews by documenting existing conditions using photo logs and video. Conducts daytime and nighttime field evaluations of all work zones to determine compliance with standards. Performs routine monitoring of field traffic devices such as signs, signals, and roadway marking, with limited decision-making capabilities; eliminates traffic control conflicts between adjacent work zones. Interacts with internal and external customers in order to answer traffic-related question, respond to complaints and requests, or to discuss traffic control ordinances, plans, policies, and procedures. Organize field and office traffic data into traffic study documents; creates various maps and diagrams in correlation with traffic concerns. Maintains traffic databases such as sign logs, inventories, work zone coordination, traffic project assignments and progress reports; processes requisitions for materials. May attend resident engineer and maintenance superintendent meetings and provide work zone feedback. Performs other responsibilities as required or assigned.
In order to be considered for this vacancy please go to the Missouri Department of Transportation Employment Application System (EAS) and submit an on-line application. Applications, and if applicable transcripts, must be received by no later than 11:55 pm of the closing date listed on the advertised vacancy.
Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/D/V
For those interested in applying please see the information below:
• The application deadline is March 1, 2017
• They can apply online at http://www.unl.edu/summerprogram/home
• This is a 10 week REU program, located in Lincoln, NE
• Stipends are competitive (between $4000-$6000)
• Travel, housing, and meal expenses are covered by the program.
Required application materials:
The Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) is a paid student program, which offers you valuable work experience directly related to your academic field of study. It provides formal periods of work and study while you are attending school. It requires a commitment by you, your school, and the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC). You may be eligible for permanent emplyment after successfully completing your education and meeting work requirements.
General Program Requirements
In order to qualify, you must be:
- A student enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a degree-seeking student (diploma, certificate, etc.);
- At least the minimum age required by Federal, state or local laws and standards governing the employment of minors;
- Taking at least half-time academic or vocational and technical course load in an accredited high school, technical or vocational school, 2 or 4-year college or university, graduate or professional school'
- A U.S. citizen, and
- Able to produce a letter of verification from your educational institution showing proof of enrollment in school for the upcoming semester/quarter at the bginning of each semester/quarter.
Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this program.
- Application Process
For more information, see the Program Contact Information below.
- Program Contact Information
For more information, please visit the Student Employment Programs page.
You can also visit the Human Resources Contact Us page for a list of student employment contacts at DOC.
New for 2017 is a program specifically for students at Missouri LSAMO schools (Harris-Stowe State University, Lincoln University, St. Louis Community College, Truman State University, University of Central Missouri, University of Missouri - St. Louis, and Washington University in St. Louis). Undergraduates form Alliance Schools selected for this program will live on camput in Columbia and conduct research for 9 weeks. This is a full-time program and students may NOT enroll in other coursework or hold part-time jobs. Students are expected to be in Columbia for the whole 9 weeks (no vactions); although, no activities are planned on weekends and students may go home if they wish. Most students find that staying in Columbia on weekends is beneficial to their overall experience. Students will participate in all aspects of the larger summer program at Mizzou including orientation, educational programming, social events, and the Forum (poster session) at the end of the summer on July 27, 2017. The MU Office of Undergraduate Research will prcess applications and make selections and research placements in collaboration with MU science faculty. We are seeking students with career interests that include scientific research.
Applicants are expected to have completed at least one year of full-time college enrollment prior to June 2017 and be currently at a MoLSAMP college or university. Students graduating prior to December 2017 are not eligible. Students must be citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. Applicantds much also have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and provide a letter of endorsement from your MoLSAMP site director.
For more information or if you have questions contact the Office of Undergraduate Research at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join an undergraduate community of 90+ students with access to more than 40 professional and developmental workshops, made possible by 1,000+ researchers at MU working to promote discovery for animal and human health, food, physical sciences, and the enfironment.
Most application deadlines are February 15, 2017.
About the program:
- 9 weeks (May 30 - July 29, 2017)
- Stipends starting from $3,600
Some programs provide:
- On-campus housing
- Meal plan
- Transportation to and from Columbia, MO for the program
Professional Development and Social Activities:
- Weekly workshops and seminars
- Small group seminars of the students' choosing
- Intern & Mentor BBQ trivia night, team-building challenges, and other social activites
- Graduate Program Expo
- Poster Forum to present research at the conclusion of the program
Sample of past wekkly seminars:
- Dr. Tim Evans, Veterinary Pathobiology - "Describing Your Research in 1 Minute: The Elevator Statement"
- Dr. Richard Sherwood, Pathology & Anatomical Sciences - "Adventures with the Missing 'Link'"
- Dr. Angela Speck, Physics & Astronomy - "The Eclipse of the Century"
- Dr. Brick Johnstone, Health Psychology - "Neuroscience of Religious Experience: Merging the Sciences and Humanities"
- Dr. Lori Eggert (Biology), Dr. Kevin Middleton (Pathology & Anatomy) & Dr. Mark Hannink (Biochemistry) - "Faculty Panel - Post Graduate Planning"
- Dr. Denis McCarthy, Psychological Sciences - "What Happens When You Drink and Why You Should Care"
- Dr. Charles Nilon, Fisheries & Wildlife - "Birds, People, and Environmental Justice "
- Dr. Gavin Conant, Animal Sciences - "Comparative genomics as a time machine: Reconstructing evolution after a genome duplication"
Summer Research Areas for Non-MU students:
- MU Alcohol Research Training Summer School (MU-ARTSS)
- Miller Summer Program in Animal Sciences
- Summer Research in Biochemistry and Molecular Biosciences
- Summer Research Internship in Biomedical Science
- NSF Summer Research Experience in Computational Neuroscience*
- Cell & Molecular Biology
- NSF Summer Research Experience in Comparative Biomechanics, Paleontology and Evolution
- Missouri Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (MoLSAMP)
Summer Research Areas for MU Students:
View a full list of MU programs here.
We, the Georgia Tech College of Sciences, wanted to personally invite undergraduate biology, chemistry, biochemistry, STEM, and physics majors to apply for our various summer Research Experiences for Undergraduate (REU) programs. Programs are 10 weeks in duration and program dates vary depending on the adviser and the program selected.
Program participants will receive stipends of $4,500 to $5,000, a travel allowance, and housing. Participants must be US citizens or permanent residents of the US. In addition to full time research, students are assigned a mentor, participate in a number of professional development seminars, site visits to scientific companies/government labs, and social activities with fellow students and other REU groups on the Georgia Tech campus.
Students interested in specializations within CHEMISTRY and BIOCHEMISTRY can apply to the following programs:
GT School of Chemistry & Biochemistry REU: http://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/reu
Center for Chemical Evolution Summer Research Program at Georgia Tech<http://centerforchemicalevolution.com/opportunities>
Chemistry Summer Theory Program<http://vergil.chemistry.gatech.edu/opp/summer.html>
Students interested in specializations within PHYSICS can apply to the following program:
Students interested in specializations within BIOLOGY can apply to the following program:
Aquatic Chemical Ecology Summer Research Program at Georgia Tech<http://www.biology.gatech.edu/undergraduate-program/reu/>
ALL STEM MAJORS interested in HONEY BEES and their role in urban agriculture can apply to the following program:
If you have any questions please feel free to contact Dr. Keith Oden at (404)894-8163 or email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate Office of University Programs sponsors a 10-week summer internship program for students majoring in homeland security related science, technology, engineering and mathematics (HS-STEM) disciplines. The program provides students with quality research experiences at federal research facilities located across the country and allows students the opportunity to establish connections with DHS professionals. It is open to undergraduate and graduate students in a broad spectrum of HS-STEM disciplines and DHS mission-relevant Research Areas.
- Undergraduate students receive a $6,000 stipend plus travel expenses.
- Graduate students receive a $7,000 stipend plus travel expenses.
- 10-week research experiences are offered at: ● Coast Guard Research and Development Center ● Customs and Borders Protection ● Engineer Research and Development Center ● Federal Emergency Management Agency ● Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Health Service Corps ● National Security Technologies ● National Urban Security Technology Laboratory ● Naval Research Laboratory ● Office for Interoperabilty and Compatibility ● Transportation Security Laboratory ● DOE National Laboratories: Argonne, Berkeley, Idaho, Livermore, Los Alamos, Oak Ridge, Pacific Northwest, and Sandia
- Areas of research: Engineering, computer science, mathemeatics, physics, chemistry, biological / life sciences, enfironmenta science, emergency and incident management, social sciences, and more.
Application Deadline: December 7, 2016, 11:59 PM EST
U.S. citizenship required
How to Apply: Applications and supporting materials must be submitted at https://www.zintellect.com/Posting/Details/2595
Program Information: Detailed information about the internships can be found at http://www.orau.gov/dhseducation/internships/
For questions please email us at email@example.com.
For more than 20 years, the Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MELF) Program has provided students with fellowship opportunities to gain hands-on research experience with the Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy. The MLEF program was created in 1995 with the goal of improving opportunities for under-represented students in the science, technology, enineering and mathematics (STEM) fields; however, all eligible candidates are encouraged to apply.
The mission of the MLEF program is to strengthen a diverse pipline of future STEM professionals, and this program hasmentered serveral hundred of the best and brightest students from across the nation for future careers in STEM.
Selected candidates train under the mentorship of program officials and scientists on focused research projects, consistent with the mission of the Office of Fossel Energy. During these 10-week energy fellowships, participants receive a stipend, and some students may be eligible for housing and travel allowances for the duration of the program. They also gain insight into how DOE is working to meet the energy chanllenges of the future.
At the conclusion of the program, Fellows attend a "Technical Forum" where they present their research findings and tour a nearby technical site.
Follow this link for additional information and to apply here:
Deadline is January 3, 2018
This REU Site "Undergraduate Research Experience in Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics" award to Florida A&M University located in Tallahassee FL, will support the training of 8 undergraduate students for 10 weeks during the summers of 2016-2018. The program goal is to enhance student' learning experience in "Systems Biology" and stimulate their appetite for graduate studies and careers in STEM disciplines. This research training will occur at Department of Biological Sciences located on campus focusing the areas of genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, and bioinformatics. This program will introduce the students to Responsible Conduct of Research, followed by problem-based research. Examples of independent projects include 1). Determine molecular responses for cross-tolerance mechanism in plants for various abiotic, and biotic stresses 2). Unravel the disease pathways and networks in model organisms via molecular and cellular studies 3). Bioinformatics to predict and network model for transcript and protein interactions. The emphasis will be to recruit at least half of the participants from institutions that have limited research facilities and students belonging to under represented minorities. The application forms are available on www.famu.edu/index.cfm?REU&Introduction. The candidates will be shortlisted based on Skype interview by the panel and the selected candidates will be notified before April 30.
It is anticipated that, a total of 24 students primarily from schools with limited research opportunities, will be trained in the program. This REU will provide opportunities for professional events that allow students to form networks, which is critical to their development as proficient scientists. Students will present their research at conferences and will get the opportunity to disseminate in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
A common web-based assessment tool used by all REU programs funded by the Division of Biological Infrastructure (Directorate for Biological Sciences) will be used to determine the effectiveness of the training program. Students will be tracked after the program in order to determine student career paths. Students will be asked to respond to an automatic email sent via the NSF reporting system. More information about the program is available by contacting PI (Dr. Ramesh Katam at firstname.lastname@example.org) or Co-PI (Dr. Virginia Gottschalk at email@example.com).
Disclaimer: Program is subjected to availability of funds from National Science Foundation
Please submit Application Forms before March 21, 2016.
Application Form: .doc
Summer Research Program (SRP) at Fisk University will offer summer research experience and the opportunity to conduct various types of Materials Science research. This program is designed especially for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors majoring in such fields as physics, chemistry, mathematics, and engineering.
During this eight–week period from June 2 through July 31, students will be mentored by the Fisk University faculty, post docs and graduate students in the following areas: Chemical Physics, Optical Materials, Materials Science and Applications, Surface Science, and Engineering. Students will also participate in an organized program of lectures, mini-courses, laboratory visits and a variety of recreational activities.
The Fisk Experience
The SRP at Fisk is designed to help students engage in Materials Science research that have definite applications. The students will be groomed to understand various concepts about their research, and will present their research via oral presentation, poster sessions and written papers acquired throughout the eight-week program. Many of the students that have been in the Fisk University SRP have presented and won awards at various conferences over the years. The goal of Fisk University's SRP is to encourage and prepare science majors that may be going to graduate/PhD programs.
- This program is designed especially for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors majoring in such fields as physics, chemistry, mathematics, and engineering
- Undergraduate must have a 3.0 or higher G.P.A. as a requirement to be considered
- Two (2) letters of recommendation by faculty
- Completed application submitted by February 28, 2014
- Send an official transcript to Dr. Ray Bullock or attach in your SRP Application
- Complete SRP Application
- All information can be attached to the SRP Application
- Must be U.S. Citizen
All Applicants will receive:
- Participating students are paid at the rate of $15/hr for a 35 hour week
- Working days are from June 2 through July 31
- There will be bi-weekly payments
- Room and board will be paid by the participant; however, lunch will be provided M-F. Further, there is an option to reside on campus (shared room, double occupancy) for $300/month/participant
- The roundtrip airfare from home (or a single destination, if the fare is same or less) will be paid for SRP participants. The airfare will be based on economy class; the home address must be a domestic address (US zipcode)
Get relevant experience while pursuing undergraduate degree
The Undergraduate Student (UGS) Program offers summer, part-time, and full-time appointments for undergraduate students.
The program is a year-round educational program that provides students with relevant research experience while they are pursuing an undergraduate degree. This educational program is designed to complement the students' education with work experience related to their chosen field of study. There are appointments in both the technical and professional fields.
Appointments are available for 90-day summer internships with the option to continue working part-time during the academic year. Maximum years in the program are six years for those pursuing a bachelor's degree and three years for those pursuing an associate's degree.
If you are a college graduate and have not been accepted into a graduate program, you may be eligible for the Post Baccalaureate category.
- Provide documentation of acceptance in an undergraduate progam
- Enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 undergraduate credit hours per semester
- Initially have and maintain cumulative 3.0/4.0 GPA
- Laboratory requires successful applicant to complete a pre-employment drug test
UGS - post baccalaureate category
The post baccalaureate category of the UGS program offers college graduates the opportunity to participage in the UGS program after graduation. This category applies to those students who have been awarded a bachelor's degree within the past three years but have not yet been accepted and enrolled in a graduate program. Post baccalaureate students may remain in this category for up to two years.
Students should use this one-year appointment to prepare for graduate school acceptance (i.e., GRE/GMAT exams, applications, etc.). A student may move into GRA status when documentation is provided indicating the student's intention to accept an offer of admission to a graduate program.
Students who have not been accepted into graduate school at the end of their appointment are no longer eligible to participate in the program.
For information about benefits, see New Hire Benefits Options.
You are required to submit update transcripts to the Student Programs Office at MS T011 or firstname.lastname@example.org by February 28th each year.
Materials for Energy
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is planning to hold its Computational Chemistry & Materials Science (CCMS) Summer Institute from June 5 – August 12, 2017. This program offers graduate students the opportunity to work directly with leading LLNL researchers on the development and application of cutting edge methods in computational materials science and chemistry and other related areas of computational science. The 2017 CCMS Summer Institute will have a special focus on "Materials for Energy" to highlight the science challenges and research opportunities in the development of new energy technologies.
Each student will spend ten weeks at LLNL as a guest of an LLNL host scientist working on a computational project in the host's area of expertise. In addition, leading researchers from universities and national labs will give a series of mini-courses for the students. These courses will cover state-of-the-art and emerging computational methods in materials science and chemistry.
The program: Research projects on computational materials science and chemistry, weekly lectures by leading experts from universities and national labs (see link below for a list of the 2010-2016 CCMS lectures), tours of LLNL, networking activities.
Applications: The Institute will establish 10-15 summer fellowships for graduate students. Selections will be made from an open pool of applicants who have demonstrated a strong interest in computational sciences.
Topics: Ab Initio Electronic Structure Theory, Quantum Chemistry, Molecular Dynamics, Phase Field Modeling, Computational Mechanics, Multiscale Modeling.
Location: LLNL is located in the beautiful town of Livermore, just 40 miles east of San Francisco.
Financial Support: LLNL offers a generous salary and reimbursement of travel to and from LLNL.
Hershey has opening for the 2018 summer for computer science and computer information systems majors that offers a track of analytics and technology.
The technology & analytics divisions at The Hershey Company have multiple open internships for analytically minded, tech-savvy undergraduate & graduate students.
Technology & analytics are elemental to all aspects of Hershey business.
- Technology Track
- For candidates more interested in "behind the scenes" technology. This could include relevant technologies related to: developers; designers; data managers, administrators; architects; information security and cloud engineers.
- Analytics Track
- For candidates who possess a broad understanding of technology and a strong understanding of many analytical methods to identify, explore and solve complex problems. This could include methods related to: problem identification, scientific research methods, data science, applied math, statistics, communication (written, oral and visual) and technologies related to research, analysis, modeling and dynamic visualization (e.g. R, Python, ML, NLP, AI and deep learning).
Hershey has a diverse global team focused on providing robust innovative capabilities, partnering on analysis to drive successful business outcomes & embraces an entrepreneurial mindset to create an environment that is exciting, compelling, innovative & dynamic.
Here at ORNL - Undergraduate
Higher Education Research Experiences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Here at ORNL) provides research oppurtunities and associated activities for undergraduate students. The program is designed to complement academic programs by utilizing the unique resources of ORNL to enhance science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, encourage careers in science and technology, and improve scientific literacy, while at the same time contributing to the Laboratory mission.
- Applications are accepted on a year-round basis; refer to suggested deadlines for appointment periods
- Flexible appointment duration
- Full-time or part-time research or technical appointments may be offered
- $500/week stipend
- $150 housing allowance and limited travel reimbursement, if permanent address is at least 50 miles from ORNL. Learn more at:
- Be currently enrolled as an undergraduate students at a U.S. accreditied institution - verification required
- Have a cumulative minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale - copy of academic record required
- Be 18 years or older by the start of appointment
- Be a U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident at the time of application - verification required
- Have medical insurance during appointment - verification required
- Have two references - one academic preferred
- Complete program requirements, and avoid activities that could present a conflict
- Attend enrichment activities, including professional development workshops, Laboratory tours, lectures, seminars, and poster presentations. Please note that these activities are optional and dependent upon mentor approval.
- Behave in a responsible and prefessional manner
- Complete pre-and post-appointment surveys