Timmons Group’s Environmental Department is looking for two eager students (Grad or Undergrad) in the environmental field to serve as interns for the summer of 2018. Environmental Interns will gain experience working on many projects that will be underway during the summer. Typical work includes wetland delineations, pond management, environmental site assessments, stream restoration, environmental permitting, etc. This is a PAID position. Interns are required to work 32 hours/week, Monday-Thursday. Interested candidates must be okay with working long days in the field if needed. A typical work day is from 7:30am-4:30pm, though field work often requires earlier mornings (~6am) and longer days. Former interns are in an ideal position to obtain a full time position upon graduation.
The positions are not posted anywhere online. Interested students should send their resumes and a brief cover letter to email@example.com as soon as possible to be considered.
Applications are now being accepted for the Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in Marine Sciences for Summer 2018. This NSF-funded experience at the University of Delaware will provide undergraduates the opportunity to work with faculty in research-intensive setting on a research topic in chemical, physical, or biological oceanography, marine biology, or marine geology. In addition to hands-on research experience, student support includes a $6,000 stipend, campus housing, and travel assistance.
More information and the application can be found on their website. You may also be interested to hear directly from former interns, or see one of their field trips from last summer.
For college students and recent graduates, the US Army Corps of Engineers will hold a Federal Career Open House.
Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
803 Front Street
Norfolk, VA 23510
At the event:
Learn about the Federal Pathways Program
Talk to employees and recruiters
Learn about Federal benefits
Meet local Federal agencies
View job openings
10:30 am – 11:30 am & 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
How to navigate USAJOBS
How to tailor your resume
How to interview for a federal job
The Gough Forest Ecology Lab (http://www.people.vcu.edu/~cmgough/) at Virginia Commonwealth University seeks paid undergraduate research technicians for the summer 2018 field season. Technicians will contribute to National Science Foundation supported research at the University of Michigan Biological Station (UMBS) aimed at advancing understanding of disturbance effects on forest growth and carbon cycling (http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1655095&HistoricalAwards=false). Summer residence at the Field Station in Pellston, Michigan is required (https://lsa.umich.edu/umbs). Our lab team and the UMBS community are highly collaborative, with all members expected to enthusiastically participate in group field research activities and lab gatherings.
Applicants should submit a 1-page cover letter describing how this position is aligned with their interests, and a curriculum vita with GPA and references included by February 15 to Chris Gough, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The departments of Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Neuroscience and Quantitative & Computational Biology at Princeton University wants to introduce you to these three summer research experiences within the Natural Sciences.
APPLICATION DEADLINES: February 1st, 2018
- CV or resume
- Two letters of recommendation
- Transcript copy
Every year, the Amgen Scholars Program provides 240 selected undergraduate students with the opportunity to engage in a hands-on research experience at many of Europe, USA, and Asia’s premier educational institutions – posted on Trialect . Eligible students enrolled at colleges and universities throughout the world may apply. Stipend, Housing and round-trip travel costs are covered and the amount depends on the host University. Depending up on where you live, you can apply to the following programs:
Amgen Scholars Europe
Amgen Scholars USA
Amgen Scholars Worldwide
The Washington University in St. Louis Neuroscience Pipeline program prepares undergraduates from diverse backgrounds for neuroscience PhD programs. We combine outstanding research training, a rigorous curriculum and an empowering support system that allows participants to thrive on their path to graduate school and beyond. With support from the NIH BP-ENDURE Program and Washington University, accepted students are funded for up to two summers. Overall, the program embeds students in a network of neuroscientists and enhances the success and persistence of trainees.
- Up to two summers of cutting-edge research.
- $5000 stipend per summer.
- Free housing and travel to and from the program.
- Academic and professional development workshops.
- GRE (or MCAT) prep course.
- Attend up to two scientific conferences annually.
- Individualized advising and mentoring.
A strong candidate is:
- Interested in research and pursuing a PhD or MD/PhD in a neuroscience-related field.
- Enrolled as a full-time undergraduate.
- A US citizen or permanent resident.
- From an underrepresented group (e.g. racial or ethnic minorities, students with disabilities, from a low-income household and first-generation college students).
- May 29, 2018 – August 4, 2018
Applications Due: February 1, 2018