Do you want to work at a pharmaceutical company? Are you interested in the environment and sustainability? Do you want to shadow a health professional? Does putting together exhibits at a science museum spark your interest? If so, participating in an undergraduate Biology internship is an excellent way to expand your knowledge outside the classroom and to gain career-oriented experience.
Biology internships (BIOL-X473) are offered every semester and over the summer. For every 50 hours you work, you can earn 1 credit. If you are shadowing someone, you can receive no more than 1 credit. If you combine shadowing and interning, the total limit is 3 credits. Note that these guidelines were revised Summer 2018, so please check with an advisor if you have questions.
You must be a Biology, Microbiology, or Biotechnology major and have at least a sophomore standing.
For more information, please contact Whitney Schlegel, internship program supervisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.