Are you a recent graduate or a current student looking for an exciting learning opportunity? Cape RADD operates a marine field course which specializes in teaching SCUBA diving and free diving as approaches to data collection on the marine ecology of South Africa. We facilitate training courses for individuals or groups who want to learn more about the marine environment, conservation and research through hands on field experience and diver development. Cape RADD courses include training in multiple data collection and field operation techniques, theoretical workshops on analysis techniques and tools like R, GIS, and Coral Point Count.
As a Cape RADD student you will enrol in a fascinating and rewarding programme that will put you under the water for a hands on experience and valuable contribution to the marine research projects taking place at Cape RADD. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram to follow our story and see what our students are up to!
This programme is ideal for students, graduates, divers, conservationists or just those with an interest in marine biology looking to gain extra knowledge and field experience in the marine sciences, to develop new skills and show some real life experience on their CV.
Visit http://www.caperadd.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
We are currently recruiting a fisheries field technician for spring 2018-June 2019. This position will involve setting up PIT tag arrays, as well as capturing, PIT tagging, and monitoring juvenile steelhead and rainbow trout in the Carmel River. The position will be about 75% field work and 25% field prep/data entry. The position comes with full benefits.
The full job description and application procedure can be found here:
Interested persons are welcome to email me with questions at email@example.com
Want lab experience?
The “VCU Bug Lab” is looking for a few new research
interns (unpaid) to assist with insect rearing and field
collecting this summer and fall. Applicants must be
reliable and cooperative, and available at least 8-10 hrs a
week, especially on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
For more information stop by the Bug Lab (033 LSB; enter
through 029 LSB) or contact Dr. Karen Kester:
North Carolina State University is recruiting students for a new graduate program. Please see a message from them below:
We have an NSF S-STEM training grant to recruit low-income and under-represented minority students to the program. We call the program IBMP – the Interdisciplinary Biochemistry Masters Program. Students would be accepted into the Biochemistry Masters program and take our first 3 required graduate classes. They could choose to do their masters thesis research in a lab in 5 departments: Biochemistry, Animal Science, Plant and Microbial Biology, Food and Nutrition Science, and Poultry Science. Students will also have an opportunity to learn about industry jobs through industry mentors and internships.
Our first cohort of students will start Fall 2018. We are still looking for applicants, if you know of anyone who might be interested, please give them our information. Our web site is: ibmp.wordpress.ncsu.edu
VCU Career Services has made us aware of the following entry-level jobs that are available for applications.
Summer 2018 Internship, QC Lab Technician, Worthen Industries
The intern will be working in the Quality Control Laboratory at Worthen Industries UPACO Adhesives Division. The purpose is to provide a real-world hands-on learning opportunity for students looking to pursue a career in the sciences and laboratory work.
At least 2 semesters of laboratory experience, and a basic understanding of good laboratory practices.
How to Apply: All interested parties should please email resume and/or a description of qualifications to Dmarshall@worthenind.com
The ART+BIO Collaborative, an educational nonprofit based in Cambridge, MA, offers various Field Studies of Art+Nature. We integrate art and the life sciences via public engagement, education, and research. We value diversity and inclusion in the arts and sciences, and design novel travel programs for artists, scientists, students, educators, professionals and for anyone interested in integrating nature, art, and biology in the wild.
Please consider applying to Jungle Life and help spread the word about this incredible opportunity to anyone who may be interested.
Here are the details:
JUNGLE LIFE: Field Studies of Art+Nature in South India and Thailand
This program focuses on creative exploration of the unique and lush jungle environments of the Western Ghats of South India and the tropical island of Koh Lon, Thailand. Through hands-on observation, artistic interpretation, collaboration, and various biological and natural history methods, we will utilize the natural habitat as a STUDIO+LAB to explore and make informed art about tropical plants, animals, and nature. During the program, we will stay at various field sites and provide an immersive, project-based experience, focused on the unique beauty and dense wilderness of the jungle.
Dates: June 5-19, 2018
There are limited spaces available. Those interested are highly encouraged to apply today. Please click on the link for photos and more information.
Advisor Meet and Greet
Tuesday, April 24th 3-5 pm
- Meet your departmental advisors
- Spin to win VCU Biology prize
- Tour VCU Biology advising center
- Enter raffle drawing for prize
Indivior are looking for a “Launch Excellence Student Worker”.
Please see the job description at the link below for a full description of the roles and responsibilities.
Position number: R375
Some highlights of the job advertisement:
Title: Launch Excellence Student Worker
Reports To: Director, Launch Excellence, Behavioral Health
Start Date: May 2018
End Date: August 2018
Hours Per Week: 40
Location: Richmond, VA
The Launch Excellence Student Worker will be responsible for supporting the Behavioral Health Launch Excellence team to drive cross-functional collaboration and delivery of a pharmaceutical product into market. The Student Worker will participate meetings with executives spanning marketing, commercial sales, medical, legal, finance, IT, etc. The outcome of the Student assignment will allow the Student Worker to have a strong understanding of pharmaceutical product management, with a broad exposure to a variety of functions within a rapidly growing, patient-focused global pharmaceutical company. This is an awesome opportunity to learn about the pharmaceutical industry end-to-end for a highly motivated and self-driven student seeking a career in marketing, program delivery, analytics, information technology or life sciences. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Field of Study: Business, Science or Technology related field of study
Experience: Junior, Senior or MBA Student
In addition to the minimum qualifications, the student worker will demonstrate:
- PC proficiency, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
- Self-motivated and driven to complete tasks with minimal supervision
- Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines/balance multiple tasks at one time
Looking to leverage your scientific background with a part-time job?
Would you want to add a GE Internship to your resume?
Are you a current student at VCU and have 10 hours per week to spare?
We would love to talk to you…
At GE Healthcare Life Sciences, we strive to develop breakthrough products that inspire our customers to push the limits of imaginative science.
- College student attending the University (Preferably Masters/PhD student – in the Science department or related area, 2nd or 3rd year).
- Strong desire to learn and grow.
- Demonstrate the aptitude to learn the technology of GE Lifesciences.
- Access to the scientific researchers within the University.
- A proven record of working successfully with diverse populations.
- A positive attitude and ability to plan and adapt to change.
- Ability to collaborate effectively with individuals.
- Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
View the original internship posting [PDF]