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Biology Internships and Courses:

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  • Association for Women In Science
  • Biology Teaching Opportunities- JHU Center for Talented Youth
    • Seeking instructors and teaching assistants for summer programs for gifted elementary, middle, and high school students. CTY offers intense, 3-week academic programs for highly talented students from across the country and around the world. Courses offered in physics, biology, chemistry, engineering, and field sciences. Full course descriptions, job descriptions, and application can be found at
  • Penn State Hershey College of Medicine
    • We are pleased to announce The Penn State College of Medicine Summer Undergraduate Research Internship Program for 2012 (SURIP 2012). The program brings undergraduates to our campus for a “summer-immersion” in biological research and an orientation to a career in biological sciences. The typical intern will be between their Sophomore and Junior year or between their Junior and Senior year of undergraduate studies. Students who will have a BA or BS prior to the start of the internship on June 1 should not apply. SURIP 2012 would be most appropriate for students considering applying to PhD programs in the Biological/Biomedical Sciences and is not intended for students who will apply to Medical School. There is no clinical shadowing component to the internship. Integral to our program are twice weekly research/career seminars, a capstone presentation experience, and additional introductory experiences related to the professional culture of biological research. Research interns will have the opportunity to live on our campus, and will receive a stipend of $3,000 each to cover their living expenses during the summer. The majority of our interns choose to live on campus and those that do so find living on campus a very positive experience. In light of the fact that the budget for the SURIP program does not permit us to cover the housing costs beyond the first month, we encourage you to make interested students aware of any small grant programs at your institution that might help interns offset the costs of on campus housing. For more information and an online application form you may access our website at APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS OPENS ON DECEMBER 1. We encourage you to place a link to our program in the appropriate departmental web sites and to forward this information to a career services/internship office at your institution to distribute this announcement as efficiently as possible. If you are aware of undergraduates who would benefit from this experience, please inform them of this program’s availability. APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS CLOSES AT 12 PM ON FEBRUARY 6, 2011.
  • Amphibian and Reptile Biological Intern- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
    • Location: Eastern Massachusetts National Wildlife Refuge Complex
      Position Title: Amphibian and Reptile Biological Intern
    • Duties: About 90% of the intern’s time will be focused on amphibian and reptile projects, and wetland management including: (1) ongoing research and management for Blanding’s Turtles and Northern Red-bellied Cooters which involves radio telemetry, trapping, nest monitoring, and vegetation removal; (2) ongoing vernal pool monitoring, surveys, and research which includes egg mass counts and dip net surveys; (3) managing water levels in freshwater impoundments and monitoring/maintaining culverts at multiple sites. Additionally, this intern will be involved in other biological surveys and projects including: weekly waterbird surveys; marshbird surveys; vegetation surveys; mapping, monitoring, and controlling invasive plant species; interacting with the public; entering data; maintaining facilities; and conducting routine office work. Salary: Stipend is on a sliding scale with a maximum rate of $275/week depending on experience and funding. Free dormitory style housing available nearby in Sudbury. Employment Details: The internship is for 6-10 months with a start date in early April. The position requires flexible hours with some early morning, late evening and weekend hours.
      Qualifications: Requirements include: the ability to work with the public in a professional manner; the ability to work with minimal supervision and in a group; a valid driver's license; ability to hike long distances over rough terrain and through sand carrying 25 pounds; and enthusiasm. Past experience in radio telemetry, amphibian and reptile identification and monitoring, GPS and GIS use, and an academic background in wildlife or related fields are preferred.
    • How to Apply: Send interest letter, resume, and contact information for 3 references to: Closing Date: February 1, 2012. Hiring WILL begin before the closing date so applying earlier is strongly recommended.
  • Biological Interns- Invasive Plant Control- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
    • Location: Eastern Massachusetts National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Sudbury, MA
      Map and monitor invasive species in upland and wetland habitats, control invasive species through mechanical removal and herbicide application; coordinate volunteers in invasive plant removal and mapping; evaluate current control methods; enter and analyze data; maintain facilities; and conduct routine office work.
      Employment Details: The internships are for 3-6 months with a start date between April and mid-May. Ability to work with the public in a professional manner; ability to work with minimal supervision and in a group; a valid driver's license; ability to hike long distances over rough terrain carrying 25 pounds; and enthusiasm. Past experience in plant identification; GPS and GIS; and an academic background in botany, wildlife, zoology, or related fields are preferred.
      Send a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for 3 references to: Eastern Massachusetts NWR Complex, Attn: Amber Carr, 73 Weir Hill Road, Sudbury, MA 01776 or electronically to
      Closing Date: February 15, 2012. Hiring WILL begin before the closing date so applying earlier is strongly recommended.
  • National Aquarium in Baltimore- Multiple Positions at
    • Animal Care Center
      • The selected candidate will assist the Animal Care Center's Aquarist and Herpetology staff with daily care of invertebrates, fish, and reptiles. This position is off-site from the main Aquarium building.
    • Animal Programs
      • Interns assist the Animal Programs staff with the daily care and behavior management of the Aquarium's education animals. Some knowledge of animal training and environmental enrichment is recommended. Juniors or seniors are preferred.
    • Aquarist
      • Interns assist in the care of invertebrates and fish. Juniors or seniors are preferred.
    • Aviculture
      • Interns assist in caring for birds in the Aquarium's exhibits.
    • Conservation
      • Interns will assist the Aquarium staff with field-based Chesapeake Bay restoration and monitoring activities. Juniors or seniors are preferred. Winter, spring, and fall term applicants only.
    • Conservation Education
      • Interns assist in the creation, revision, and instruction of education programs for a variety of audiences including school groups, general visitors, the public, after-school programs, and other audiences.
    • Herpetology
      • Interns assist in caring for reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates in the Aquarium's exhibits.
    • Marine Animal Rescue Program
      • Interns assist in the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of stranded marine animals and sea turtles, as well as in outreach efforts of the Aquarium's Ocean Health Initiative. Winter, spring, and fall term applicants only. Juniors or seniors are preferred.
  • Frostburg State University Upward Bound Program
    • Direct Position & Employment Inquiries To Upward Bound (301) 687-4994 OR All Applicants Will Be Sent A Pre-Employment Screening
      Questionnaire As Part Of The Submission Process, To Be Completed & Returned.
      Applicant Review Will Begin Immediately – Deadline To Apply Is March 1,
      2012. Send Letter Of Application Addressing Interest and Qualifications; Resume;
      Copy Of Transcripts; & Names, Addresses, & Telephone Numbers Of Three
      Professional References To:
      Frostburg State University, ATTN:
      Tutor/Counselor Position, Upward Bound Program, 101 Braddock Road,
      Frostburg, MD 21532 or email
  • Maryland Science Center
    • The Maryland Science Center Internship Program allows qualified undergraduate and graduate students to fulfill internships through volunteer work. Interns gain a better understanding of a career area while experiencing the satisfaction of making an important contribution to the Maryland Science Center.
    • Internships are for credit or non-credit as determined by each school/course instructor. Specific internship projects and positions are offered by the Maryland Science Center; however, internship responsibilities are flexible and may be altered to match the needs of the school/course instructor
  • American Chemical Society
    • Multiple internships across the country for undergrads and grads!
  • Office of Public Defender Social/behavioral Science Internship Job Posting
    • Persons interested in applying should visit our website at and complete the Application Form for volunteer college/law students found under the tabs for “Employment”, “Law Clerk & Legal Internship Positions” and “College/Law School Volunteer Application”. Please fax (410-333-8496) or mail the application, along with a current resume and cover letter to:
      Diane Lach
      Recruitment Director
      State of Maryland, Office of the Public Defender
      6 Saint Paul Street, Suite 1400
      Baltimore, Maryland 21202
      Towson University’s College of Health Professions List of Internships:

Summer 2012- Courses
• The biophysical society sponsors a summer course for undergraduate students. The course takes place between May 15 and August 4, 2012 and it involves various activities, including lectures and research in laboratories at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Furthermore, all expenses for this course paid for (room and board, tuition, books, travel and living expenses) and students may receive 3 credits toward their undergraduate degree.The deadline for the application is February 1st, 2012. The application involves a personal statement, unofficial transcript, two letters of recommendation, and filling out a short form.
The application requirements are summarized at the end of this e-mail. More details can be found at the following website:






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