Internships and research positions can transition into career opportunities and provide hands-on professional experience while working towards your degree.
Smithsonian Gardens provides an exceptionally well-rounded array of experiences in its intern program thanks to the wide diversity of services it offers to the Smithsonian, the world's largest museum complex. We accept current and recently graduated undergraduate and graduate students studying horticulture, landscape architecture, museum studies, or other related fields. Selection is based on both an evaluation of the applicant’s application and available positions.
Internship Opportunities include:
- Education and Outreach Internship
- Archives of American Gardens' Internship
- Landscape Architecture Internship
- Orchid Collection Internship
- Greenhouse Production / Interior Plantscape Internship
- Horticulturist Internship (available in summer and fall)
More information about the internship opportunities and how to apply can be found on our website at https://gardens.si.edu/learn/internships/
Applications for internships should be received no later than the dates listed below.
Summer Internships: February 1
Fall Internships: May 15
Winter/Spring Internships: November 15
Requirements for applying to the Smithsonian Garden intern program:
Submit an on-line application
Two letters of recommendation
College transcript(s) (Unofficial copy)
Essay describing background, interest in field, career goals and chosen project.
Southern Oregon Orthepedics
Currently seeking Occupational Therapy Aides (part-time).
- College Student who desires to go on to Occupational Therapy graduate school
- Completion of at least two years of college
- Completion with a B or better of the first section of Anatomy and Physiology or beyond
- Prior work or volunteer experiences within the Occupational Therapy field or similar (home health, disability work, hospice…)
- Relevant academic/work references
- Proficient with basic computer use
- Proactive attitude and attention to detail
- Willingness to learn and work hard!
Contact: Ryan Beck <email@example.com>;
Southern Oregon Orthopedics provides surgical care for injuries and illnesses that affect the spine, shoulders, knees, feet, ankles, hips, wrists and hands. Every surgeon in our practice has been fellowship-trained, which is the very highest level of clinical achievement for a practicing orthopedic surgeon. We perform complex spine surgery, arthroscopic surgery, hand and wrist surgery, as well as hip, knee and shoulder reconstruction and replacement surgery. Our surgeons serve as clinical medical directors for the Joint Replacement Center at Rogue Regional Medical Center and as co-medical directors of the Providence Spine Institute. We are currently the only surgical practice in Southern Oregon offering reverse shoulder replacement arthroplasty. Our surgeons are also actively involved in clinical trials pioneering new techniques in minimally-invasive spine surgeries. For your convenience, we have an on-site ACR-accredited MRI unit, two diagnostic x-ray suites and a state of the art mobile C-arm.
SOU Student Sustainability Center (ECOS)
The SOU Student Sustainability Center (ECOS) is hiring interns for Winter and Spring Term. Serving as a Campus Sustainability Intern is a great way to gain valuable experience that looks great on a resume, contribute to SOU's award-winning campus sustainability efforts, and join a community of students looking to make a difference!
We accept all majors! All positions are volunteer, but students with Federal Work Study as part of their financial aid package may be eligible for a paid internship. Receiving academic credit for the internship experience is optional, and credit requirements need to be coordinated with your academic advisor.
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Available positions include:
Civic Engagement Interns: Coordinate community and campus volunteer service projects.
Earth Week Planning Interns: Coordinate the Earth Week event logistics and publicity campaign.
Transportation Options Interns: Plan events and engage with the SOU community to broaden awareness of the available transportation options.
Real Food Challenge Interns: Analyze the data from on-campus food purchases to help us meet our Real Food Commitment.
ECOS Community Garden Interns: Help maintain the ECOS Community Garden.
Communications Interns: Support communications on sustainability within the SOU community.
Applications close December 1. For more information about internship expectations and roles, visit our application.
If you have any questions regarding internships, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our office in SU 310.
Summer Undergrad Research Fellowship (SURF)
Are you an undergraduate science student, interested in scientific research and thinking about a career in Biomedical Research? You can get the experience you need to prepare for graduate school and a career in this expanding field by participating in one of our summer research programs.
The SURF Programs are designed for sophomore and junior level students who are US residents. Students must be able to commit to a 10 week program to do a research internship.
SURF students are matched with an appropriate faculty advisor, based on mutual research interest. The advisor and intern design a specific research project within the context of the research focus of the advisor's laboratory.
We typically award fellowships to 150 undergrads each summer to do clinical, translational, or basic biomedical research.
Applications open November 1, 2019 - February 1, 2020.
Atlantis coordinates ethical, international clinical shadowing fellowships to prepare the next generation of medical professionals for global challenges in healthcare. Our mission is to inspire the next generation of healthcare professionals to pursue their callings more passionately by providing students with the unique ability to combine extensive clinical shadowing in multiple specialties with an immersive cultural experience abroad. We've spent over a decade perfecting our programs in order to expose students to global healthcare systems and encourage leadership and initiative within the hospital environment.
Facebook, Inc. is an American online social networking service comapny based in Menlo Park, CA, with more than 2.2 billion active users (as of January 2018).
Facebook lists many different internship and job opportunities on an ongoing basis, with locations accross the U.S. Check this list of opportunities for one that fits you!
Forensic Scientist Intern
Portland Forensic Lab - OSP
Application Deadline: 11/13/2019
Agency: Oregon State Department of Police
Position Type: Contingent Worker
Position Title: Forensic Scientist Intern
Job Description:,Forensic Scientist Internship
Oregon State Police
Forensics and Pathology Bureau
Forensic Science Division
***This is an unpaid internship opportunity with the Oregon State Police Forensic Science Division
About the Agency-
We are the provider of Premier Public Safety Services for Oregon each and every day. Our mission is to enhance the livability and safety for the State of Oregon by protecting the people, property, and natural resources of the State.
What will you do?
Perform technical and scientific functions as they relate to assigned internship projects in accordance with the policies of the Department of State Police and the Forensic Services Division, accreditation procedures, and the laws of the State of Oregon.
This position requires objective scientific thinking by someone capable of independent planning and problem solving related to the analysis of evidence.
You must have a bachelor's degree in a natural science from an accredited university or college or be currently enrolled in an accredited university or college pursuing a bachelor's degree in a natural science. Examples of natural science for the purposes of this position include degrees such as biology, chemistry, microbiology, biochemistry, physics, forensic science, pharmacology, bacteriology, or a closely related field.
Candidates that move forward in the process will be required to provide official transcripts from all institutions of higher education that were used to meet the minimum qualifications, as well as personal/technical references.
- Ability to perform as part of a team
- Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
- Ability to analyze information objectively and make a reasoned judgment
- Ability to communicate technical information in a clear, effective and professional manner.
- Ability to think creatively and critically
- Ability to work well in a stressful environment
If you would like to retain a copy of this announcement, please print a copy before submitting your application. Once you submit your application you will not be able to view the announcement.
This position may be subject to handling blood and odoriferous material, clothing which may be infected with parasites, firearms, broken glass, dirty syringes, urine and other body specimens which may come from diseased persons. Works with caustic and flammable fluids, is exposed to substances which may be toxic, carcinogenic, radioactive or otherwise hazardous to humans if proper precautions are not in place and followed.
All successful internship candidates will be subject to a thorough background investigation which may include successful completion of a drug test.
All successful internship candidates are required to provide appropriate samples for inclusion into the confidential Staff DNA Identification Index.
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National Science Foundation Programs
The National Science Foundation (NSF) funds many Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) in a range of academic disciplines ar sites accross the country.
Pathways to Science
The Institute for Broadening Participation's Pathways to Science project maintains a searchable database for programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.
The Providence School Outreach Department offers paid internships for college seniors each quarter. Undergraduate seniors from any major are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to first generational college students (parents/guardians have not earned a Bachelor’s degree).
Internships are offered in a variety of non-clinical roles to give students experience in different Providence departments. Examples of departments include: Providence Brain and Spine Institute, Finance, Emergency Management, Operational Excellence, School Outreach, Communications, New Patient Call Center, Physical Therapy, and more!
Sandia National Laboratories
Sandia is a multiprogram laboratory operated by Sandia Corporation, a Lockheed Martin company, for the U.S. Department of Energy. With main facilities in Albuquerque, NM, and Livermore, CA, Sandia has major R&D responsibilities in national security, energy and environmental technologies, and economic competitiveness. They offer both undergraduate and graduate internship and research opportunities.
UW Summer Research Programs List
Summer resarch programs give students an immersive research experience opportunity during the summer that might not be possible during the academic year. Summer programs are a great chance for students to try something new or gain further valuable experience. There are available summer programs hosted at various universities that may be of interest to SOU students. Univeristy of Washington maintains a list of summer research programs around the world. If you find any broken links, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org