Washington, D.C. Summer Internship Program, May 23 – Jul. 29 The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations’ Washington, D.C. Summer Internship Program offers undergraduate students a ten-week professional, academic, and career opportunity internship in the nation’s capital. The program features a demanding mix of professional involvement, intellectual challenge, career exploration, and […]Read more ›
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GoEco invites students and faculty to participate in its geography and environmental internships and volunteer projects abroad. Sea Turtle Conservation – Costa Rica Journey to the beautiful beaches of Costa Rica to help sea turtles in their fight against human poachers and erosion of their nesting sites. Meet other like-minded […]Read more ›
Philip Moncla, a senior studying Political Science and pursuing a Law, Justice & Culture certificate, spent his summer working for the Southeast Ohio Legal Services (SEOLS), an organization that provides legal counsel and services to low income people living in Ohio. During his internship, Moncla was “granted an in-depth look […]Read more ›
By Nicole Rodriguez After changing her major from biology to Sociology-Criminology, Alysha Funk decided to start preparing for law school and found an internship that would help her resume stand out from the rest. Landing the Internship “I’ve always had the idea of going to law school in the back […]Read more ›
The Voinovich School’s “Scholar Program” is currently seeking exceptional students with diverse interests for 2016-17 undergraduate research opportunities. The application deadline has been extended to Friday, Feb. 12. Positions are available in many of the School’s teams, including the Consortium for Energy, Economics & the Environment, whose team of faculty, […]Read more ›
Mary Bouschard ’16 walked into the Dayton offices of the Miami Valley Regional Crime Lab knowing she’d be the only toxicology intern. But she was following in the footsteps of another Bobcat, Jenna Silverman ’14. “They only took one intern in the toxicology section, and then they took two interns […]Read more ›
By Jacob Zuckerman From Office of Research Communications For undergraduate students, the idea of research—both scientific and creative—can be a bit daunting, but the Ohio University Research Division is here to help. Roxanne Malé-Brune, director of grant development and projects, is hosting a “How to Find and Apply for Summer […]Read more ›