EEE Related Jobs

Internship or Part Time Job Opportunities

Broadening your experience is an important step for any student in EEE, and gaining that experience through summer internships or full time employment can be one of the best avenues. There are many ways here at Purdue to ‘Link to Opportunities for Work Experience’, such as the Office of Professional Practice or the Center for Career Opportunities (CCO).  On occasion, companies or professional organizations will contact EEE direct with information concerning work opportunities.  This information is listed below as it is received.  Check this site frequently as changes may occur often, especially during peak hiring seasons.  In most instances, a contact person and/or organization website is listed.  If given, the application deadline will be noted.     

Investigate job opportunities via the links below, and to the side under ‘Link to Opportunities for Work Experience'

 

Air Force Materiel Command

Position: Pathways Intern Student Trainee (Engineering)

Location: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH and Rome, NY

To learn more and apply:  See the job posting for more information at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/427136000   Position closes January 29, 2016.

Date Posted to this site -1/27/2016

 

US Food and Drug Administration Gulf Coast Seafood Laboratory

Position: summer internship

Location: Dauphin Island, AL

Description: Three internships are available for 10- to 12- weeks to support research at the FDA Gulf Coast Seafood Laboratory (GCSL)/Division of Seafood Science and Technology, Dauphin Island, AL. This Division is within the Office of Food Safety, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN).
The participants will assist senior scientists in planning and conducting studies and related activities in support of the FDA’s mission to address the occurrence of hazards in seafood. Potential areas of investigation for the internship awardees are:
(1) Extraction of marine toxins from naturally contaminated seafood;
(2) Extraction, detection, and characterization of enteric viruses from clinical, environmental, and food samples;
(3) Enumeration of male-specific coliphage in wastewater to assess treatment plant efficacy;
(4) Plating, MPN, real-time PCR, and histamine analysis of psychrotrophic Photobacterium species at refrigeration temperatures;
(5) Examination of the effects of ingredients and storage conditions on histamine formation in seafood products;
(6) Enumeration and molecular characterization of Vibrio species from food and environmental samples.

 

Anticipated start of internships is mid- to late- May 2016. Begin and end dates are flexible. The ideal applicant will have completed a Bachelor’s or Master’s level degree program. Applicants with a Doctorate degree will not be considered.  Stipend: $450/week + relocation assistance (up to $250)

To learn more and apply:  To apply, please send CV/resume and two letters of reference to Dr. Jessica Jones (Jessica.Jones@fda.hhs.gov). Please include the area(s) of investigation in which you are interested. If you are selected for the internship, college transcripts (official or unofficial) and proof of health insurance will be required. Applications will be accepted until February 29, 2016.

Date Posted to this site -1/27/2016

 

Environmental Science Institute (ESI) of University of Texas at Austin  (NSF REU site)

Position: Undergraduate Research Positions

Location: Austin, TX

Description:

The Environmental Science Institute (ESI) of the University of Texas at Austin announces an

NSF-funded program during the summer of 2016 for undergraduates interested in

environmental science research. Students will be trained in laboratory and field methods

applied to studies of global change and its impacts and will work on independent projects

under the supervision of a faculty mentor. Project areas are interdisciplinary and encompass

the fields of chemistry, biology, ecology, urban ecology, policy, environmental engineering,

and geological sciences. Students will participate in a weekly research seminar series,

portfolio creation, and professional development activities. Students will also participate in

field excursions related to scientific research. These 1-2 day activities may require physical

exertion involving hiking, caving, camping, and/or boat rides in hot and humid weather. The

summer program will conclude with a research poster session and open house.

Further information may be found at: http://www.esi.utexas.edu/education/research-experience-for-undergraduates/

To learn more and apply: 

Student applications are due February 17, 2016.  Please contact lynnkatz@mail.utexas.edu or ehersh@esi.utexas.edu for more information.

Date Posted to this site -1/27/2016

 

Wayne State Summer Academy in Sustainble Manufacturing (NSF REU site)

Position: Undergraduate Research Positions

Location: Wayne State University in Detroit, MI

Description: Undergraduate students have the unique opportunity to, for 10 weeks this summer, attend the NSF REU Site: Summer Academy in Sustainable Manufacturing at Wayne State University in midtown Detroit, MI. The program offers undergraduates of all disciplines the opportunity to perform cutting edge sustainable manufacturing research in four interdisciplinary research areas: (1) nano-coating and lightweight materials and manufacturing, (2) energy storage materials, batteries, and inversion devices, (3) remanufacturing and sustainability assessment, and (4) chemical-energy-water nexus.

Students will receive a $5,000 stipend, up to $500 for travel to and from Wayne State University, and room and board in campus dormitories. Applicants are expected to have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States.

Application Deadline: February 19, 2016

Notification of Acceptance: March 4, 2016

Program Period: June 1 - August 10, 2016

To learn more and apply: To apply to the program and for more information regarding site activities, research projects, or faculty mentors, contact either of the following program directors and visit our website at http://engineering.wayne.edu/sustamfg/. Dr. Jeremy L. Rickli:   jlrickli@wayne.edu Dr. Yinlun Huang:      yhuang@wayne.edu

Date Posted to this site -1/21/2016

 

ATC Group Services, LLC (formerly Cardno)

Position: landfill intern or landfill engineer depending on the status of the ideal candidate

Location: Evansville, IN (with per diem) during summer and Cincinnati, OH (for fall semester if intern or thereafter if permanent position)

Description: ATC Group Services is looking for an individual interested in landfill projects.  Depending on the most qualified candidate, the position will be an internship beginning summer 2016 and continuing Fall 2016 with potential employment after graduation.  For a permanent position, the candidate would begin following graduation.  Preference for juniors or seniors although a highly qualified sophomore will be considered.  The opportunity will involve field work in the summer and move into the office setting in the fall.  The focus will be on testing, regulations, and QA/QC on landfill projects with an emphasis on projects involving the new coal ash regulations. 

Qualifications: Opportunity open to all those who can legally work in the United States, both foreign nationals and permanent citizens will be considered.  Individual should be interested in solid waste work.  

More Information on company:  www.atcassociates.com

To apply: Please send resumes to doug.obringer@atcassociates.com  

Date Posted to this site - 1/19/2016

 

Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) Watershed Assessment and Planning Branch (WAPB)

Position: Governor's Summer Intern-IDEM Office of Water Quality Watershed Assessment and Planning Branch (5 positions)

Location: Indiana

Description: 

Indiana state government is now accepting resumes for the 2016 Governor’s Public Service Summer Internship program. This program provides interns the opportunity to work with state agency officials, as well as participate in a Speakers Series which features various elected officials, state agency directors and other government representatives. Students are encouraged to interact with one another regarding their varying experiences and to attend any meetings and forums throughout the Government Center complex that are open to the public and would enhance their summer experience. Governor’s Summer Interns will spend at least 50 percent of their time on a predetermined project that enhances college-level skills and abilities.

To be considered for the internship program, candidates must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate with an accredited post-secondary institution and have completed at least one (1) year of undergraduate education. Students who are graduating in May 2016 are eligible to apply.Visit this website to view and apply to the available internships of your choice:www.in.gov/spd/careers/internships.htm.  There are more opportunities for EEEs than just the  IDEM WAPB opportunities. 

Note that the internship job posting salary says $22,022, which reflects to total summer earnings for all five positions combined. These positions are actually hourly positions paying $11.30 per hour.  Therefore, the total compensation received for each position will vary by the hours worked. 

To learn more and apply: An applicant only needs to apply to this posting ONE time to be considered for all 5 positions in the WAPB. The last date to apply for these positions is Tuesday, February 16th, 2016 at 5:00 PM. Applicants interested in applying for more than one internship within the WAPB are advised to provide a cover letter that expresses their interest and qualifications for all the positions for which they are applying.Questions can be directed to these people: Pertaining directly to Watershed Assessment and Planning Branch positions: Kayla Werbianskyj, kwerbian@idem.IN.gov .  For other IDEM positions: Carmen Steadham, csteadham@spd.IN.gov  Question in regard to the Governor’s Public Service Summer Internship program should be directed to Lindsey Wacnik, lwacnik@spd.IN.gov.  For more information on the program and how to apply: https://secure.in.gov/spd/2335.htm

Date Posted to this site -1/19/2016

 

NEPTUNE (Naval Enterprise Partnership Teaming with Universities for National Excellence)

Position: Undergraduate Research Positions

Location: Purdue West Lafayette campus

Description: An exciting undergraduate research opportunity eagerly awaits you! If you would like to be involve in energy research, there are wonderful paid openings and  grade-based research credits available through Purdue NEPTUNE Center for Power and Energy. See research for more information on their projects. Preference given to Purdue Naval ROTC students although opportunities are open to both ROTC and non-ROTC students. 

To learn more and apply: For more information about the program, email neptune@purdue.edu   Click here to apply

Date Posted to this site -1/6/2016

 

ReNUWIt REU Program

Position: Undergraduate Research Positions

Location: Stanford, UC-Berkeley, Colorado School of Mines, and New Mexico State University

Description: The Engineering Research Center (ERC) for Re-inventing the Nation's Urban Water Infrastructure (ReNUWIt) has several openings for paid undergraduate research positions for Summer 2016 through its Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program. ReNUWIt’s Education and Outreach mission is to expand, diversify, and prepare the next generation of urban water experts. Positions are available at ReNUWIt's four partner schools: Stanford, UC-Berkeley, Colorado School of Mines, and New Mexico State University.

To learn more and apply: For more information about the program, including application requirements and instructions, may be found at

http://www.renuwit.org/education  Application deadline is February 15, 2016. 

Date Posted to this site -1/6/2016

 

Purdue Summer Stay Program

Position: Summer Stay Scholar

Location: West Lafayette, IN

Description: If you are chosen for Summer Stay Scholars, you will receive a scholarship to cover your tuition and fees for up to nine on-campus credit hours for the summer. You will take six to nine on-campus credit hours during the summer — that includes at least three credit hours either working with a faculty member on research or doing an internship in West Lafayette.

Qualifications:

To qualify for Summer Stay Scholars, you must have:

  • Attended your first semester at a Purdue University campus in Spring 2015 or earlier
  • A GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Not completed a previous on-campus summer course on the West Lafayette campus
  • Undergraduate student status

To learn more and apply: Click here to apply now. The application will be open until February 15, 2016. Decisions on Summer Stay Scholarship recipients will be made by March 15, 2016.

Date Posted to this site -1/6/2016

 

Bendix

Position: Safety and Environmental Engineering Co-op

Location: Elyria, Ohio

Description: Co-Op Opportunity for Safety or Industrial Engineering, Occupational Health & Safety, or Environmental majors with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. A Co-Op in this position will work primarily in the Health, Safety and Environmental (HS&E) Department.

Responsibilities:

 

  • Participate in the development and implementation of beneficial programs/projects aimed at improving employee safety, equipment ergonomics, emergency response systems, and environmental efficiency
  • Monitoring, analyzing, and reporting of operational safety, environmental and sustainability metrics
  • Participate on new equipment launch teams to complete requirements for HSE, including job hazard analysis, personal protective equipment assessments, machine guarding assessments, waste evaluations and HSE regulatory permitting
  • Investigate and contribute to the resolution of employee occupational safety injuries, environmental incidents and property loss events
  • Assist with process safety improvement projects, including use of six sigma tools, lean, and project management skills as required
  • Contribute and participate in ISO14001/OHSAS18001 implementation and auditing teams. Contribute and participate in corporate HSE regulatory compliance audits to ensure OSHA & EPA requirements are being met.
  • Creation and compilation of annual reports for submittal to OSHA and EPA.
  • Development of safety and environmental awareness training, communications material and employee events
  • Liaison work with Plant HSE, Engineering personnel, and other functional disciplines with potential for travel as required

Required Skills:

  • Currently attending an accredited college or university
  • 3.0 Cumulative GPA or higher
  • Enthusiastic approach to work
  • Resourceful – not intimidated by large assignments
  • Ability to multi-task and work in a fast- paced, team- focused environment
  • Self-motivation and the ability to learn new assignments quickly
  • Strong communication, organization and collaboration skills
  • Knowledge of statistical tools preferred
  • Able to travel domestically (US) and possibly internationally (MX, CAN)

To learn more and apply: Interested candidates should go online at Bendix to learn more about specific positions.

Date Posted to this site -1/5/2016

 

Tennessee Department of Transportation (DOT)

Position: Summer interns

Location: Multiple Tennessee DOT locations

Description: TDOT offers a paid, 12-week internship program to introduce students to the importance of transportation and civil service. While the majority of our internships are focused in civil engineering, we also offer opportunities for students who are enrolled in other programs such as environmental studies, business administration, urban planning and development, finance, and information technology.:This program will take place from May 16- August 5, 2016.

To learn more and apply: Interested candidates should go online at TN DOT to learn more about specific positions.  .Applications will be accepted until 12:00 P.M. CST March 1, 2016. To apply, please submit an internship application (see the TN DOT link above for the form) and résumé to shannon.teets@tn.gov. On site interviews will be held in March 2016.

Date Posted to this site -1/5/2016

 

City of West Lafayette Wastewater Treatment Plant

Position: Part-time Lab Technician

Location:  Wastewater Treatment Utility, 500 S. River Road, West Lafayette, Indiana

Description: The Part-Time Laboratory Technician is responsible for performing routine laboratory analyses to determine wastewater quality and tests in relation to the Utility’s NPDES Permit for a Class IV 9.0 MGD Activated Sludge Facility.  HOURS: Regular Part-time; 20 hours per week (Saturday and Sunday – 16 hours; 4 hour block of time during regular work week)  SALARY: $11.50/hour  Pro-rated accrued leave benefits provided.

Qualifications:

High School Diploma or equivalent.  Have completed one year at a 4-year college or 2 year college. Prefer some secondary education in chemistry and mathematics with laboratory experience and familiarity with wastewater treatment technology. Pursuing a degree in Environmental Science, Natural Resources or other environmental related field of study. Basic knowledge of municipal wastewater analysis and sample collection methods through experience or schooling. Ability to operate laboratory instrumentation. Ability to generate accurate and precise analytical data. Computer competency, including Excel and Word. Basic knowledge of wastewater analysis and sample collection methods.Ability to understand the concepts of the laboratory’s QC/QA program and implement concepts.

To apply: Interested candidates should go online at  WL WWTP to submit an application.

Date Posted to this site -12/14/2015

 

Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors, Technology Transition Corporation (TTC)-a nonprofit organization

Position: Winter/Spring nonprofit internships

Location: Washington DC

Description:

INTERNSHIP POSITIONS AVAILABLE:

1) Policy and Government Affairs

TTC has a Policy/Government Affairs position available for researching, monitoring, and reporting on renewable energy legislation and regulations at the federal, state and regional level.

The position requires candidates be familiar with a variety of online resources, databases, and news sources to research proposals and developments that impact renewable energy markets. The individuals may also be asked to reach out to state agencies in collecting data. Some membership and potential member interaction may also be assigned.

The Policy internship supports the American Biogas Council (ABC, www.americanbiogascouncil.org) and Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC, www.biomassthermal.org). Responsibilities for this position include:

  • Track legislation at the state level favorable to biogas and use of anaerobic digester technology.
  • Research, monitor, and report on biogas/AD legislation and regulations at the state level
    • Search for opportunities for biogas companies related to carbon credits, organics diversion and biomethane/CNG policies.
  • Attend relevant hearings related to biogas legislation and report to staff/co-chairs the results of those hearings.
    • Help organize meetings of the Legislative and Regulatory Affairs (LRA) Committee and subgroups.
  • Provide follow-up support to the LRA Committee co-chairs as needed.

1. Write letters of support to legislators and regulators.

2. Analyze the gap between our model legislation and proposed legislation.

3. Communicate complex policy language in layman’s terms through bi-monthly written reports.

  • Researching, monitoring, and reporting on renewable energy legislation and regulations at the federal, state and regional level.
  • Research proposals and developments that impact renewable energy markets.
  • Reach out to state agencies in collection of data.
  • Attend relevant Congressional hearings related to biomass legislation and report to staff the results of those hearings.
  • Assist association members in arranging meetings with state and local officials.
  • Update website with factsheets, presentations, and social media postings.
  • Provide administrative support on conference calls (e.g. taking minutes and follow-up actions).

 

2) Communications, and Outreach

TTC has four internship positions in Communications and Outreach.

-UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL NON-PROFITS

This internship supports two academic-based non-profit associations – Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP, www.aeesp.org) and the University-Industry Demonstration Partnership (UIDP, www.uidp.org). The position provides the following set of responsibilities:

  • Assist senior staff preparation of association meetings/teleconferences and take minutes of proceedings.
  • Assist in membership application screening for approval.
  • Maintain online membership directory and ensure contact information is kept up to date.
  • Correspond in a professional manner with members.
  • Aggregate information from multiple sources.
  • Write short news pieces for webpage and newsletter.
  • Edit icons and images for UIDP webpage and print material.
  • Editing of written articles.
  • Cross check information to ensure accuracy.

-HYDROGEN/EDUCATION:

TTC has a full-time opening for a student or recent graduate with writing and communications experience to assist staff in support of TTC’s clients related to hydrogen and education. These clients include: California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC, ~60%, www.californiahydrogen.org), Hydrogen Student Design Contest (~40%, www.hydrogencontest.org). Responsibilities include:

  • Education & Outreach
    • Researching projects and developments in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry in CaliforniaAssisting staff in developing and promoting California-based events related to hydrogen and fuel cell technology
  • Social Media Support
    • Collecting and reviewing existing education materials on hydrogen and fuel cells in California
    • Promote activities on common social media platforms
  • Hydrogen Student Design Contest
    • Assistance with communications and promotion of the current and next HEF’s Hydrogen Student Design Contest
    • Interaction with participating students, professors and judges to raise awareness on the Contest, develop communications and drive participation in the annual contest

-BIOGAS:

For this internship, we are seeking qualified college-level, graduate students and recent graduates and/or individuals with experience in Communications and looking to expand their knowledge of biogas, AD technology and clean energy, and apply their knowledge gained and skill sets towards real-work projects and activities.

The internship supports the American Biogas Council, in support of membership development, database updating, communications, and speaking invitations. This position requires the candidate have strong communication skills. The ideal candidate should also have familiarity with sustainable agricultural and/or wastewater treatment practices, and some policy-related assignments may be provided to interested interns.

Tasks:

  • Draft, layout and distribute semi monthly Biogas News (ABC’s electronic newsletter)
  • Membership relations (approach industry leaders for information and respond to inquiries by fielding questions to appropriate staff or answer them directly)
  • Market biogas events through email and biogas industry partners
  • Speaker management for ABC webinars and workshops
  • Update and distribute ABC reading materials to members who are traveling to and speaking at biogas industry events

Projects:

  • Development of brand new U.S. database of operational biogas projects and associated maps and online tools for systems on farms, at wastewater facilities, landfills and other generators of organic waste.
  • Member recruitment
  • Semi-monthly webinars and workshops at industry events
  • Biogas News

Skills:

  • Proficiency with database management for U.S. operational digester database
  • Proficiency with MS Excel
  • Experience with the analysis of data to create fact sheets, tools and/or educational resources preferred
  • Science or technical background preferred
  • Must be able to comfortably and confidently approach senior industry executives by phone and in person. (We work with senior leaders in hundreds of organizations from start-ups to federal government leaders and executives in multi-national corporations like GE, Waste Management, Toyota and Shell. You will be new to our team and we expect you to integrate quickly to become a part of our team and be comfortable picking up the phone or beginning conversations with these individuals regarding key issues we're working on.)

-BIOMASS:

The third Communications and Outreach position supports senior staff to plan and execute several events and activities of our Biomass clients, including the Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC, www.biomassthermal.org) and a state biomass association to be managed by TTC in the near future. Events include, but are not limited to, conferences, organization meetings, and upcoming webinars. The position requires the candidate be able to communicate effectively with volunteer members of various event organizing committees and reach out to members to coordinate association functions in conjunction with those events. Responsibilities for this position include:

  • Arrange and participate in Steering Committee, Program, and other planning calls. Follow up on action items resulting from those calls.
  • Work with senior staff to prepare materials to distribute at events, including promotional literature and member information.
  • Assist in designing member meet-and-greet functions in conjunction with events and work with Conference organizers to ensure available space and accommodations.
  • Communicate with members and prepare information related to upcoming sponsored webinars.

The ideal candidates should have well developed writing skills and preferably some Communications experience. The candidates should also be assertive, detail oriented, and able to work independently and perform well with firm deadlines.

Experience and Education Requirements:

  • College Sophomore pursuing a degree in Environmental science, Engineering, or equivalent
  • Experience working in manufacturing environment preferred
  • Education or experience in occupational safety or environmental engineering preferred

Additional Internship Information and Requirements:

TIME COMMITMENT:

40 hours a week.

COMPENSATION:

TTC will provide a firm stipend of $500/month for full-time work, including holidays that TTC is closed, paid in bi-monthly installments. TTC does not provide compensation for personal/sick time off or holidays, but interns may opt to make up lost hours or be paid on an hourly basis for partial weeks worked.

HOURS:

TTC is open Monday – Friday from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm. Through the term, we are closed on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and Presidents’ Day.

NEEDED ATTRIBUTES:

  • Ability to work well within a team structure
  • Professional appearance and demeanor
  • High degree of accuracy, dependability and confidentiality
  • Enthusiasm
  • Dependability

WORK BENEFITS:

  • Great office location, 10 minutes from the White House
  • Ability to accommodate university class schedule
  • Networking opportunities with potential employers
  • Possible credit earned towards one’s college degree

To apply:

Email careers@ttcorp.com with your cover letter and resume to the attention of Brian Schorr, Director of Operations. Include either “Policy” or “Communications and Outreach” in the subject line. Both Policy and Communications/Outreach applications will be considered for all positions unless one is specifically requested by the applicant.

Date Posted to this site -12/11/2015

Helmer Scientific

Position: Summer Intern

Location: Noblesville, IN

Description:

  • This role will help with reducing risks identified in the job safety analysis and ergonomic analysis
  • Will do engineering calculations to identify actual manufacturing waste streams and emissions
  • Will identify, implement, and track Pollution Prevention projects
  • Assist with improving Indoor Air Quality and reducing employee exposures identified in the Industrial Hygiene analysis
  • Assist with EH&S projects as assigned
  • Full time summer internship – hours are 8am-5pm, 5 days per week.

Experience and Education Requirements:

  • College Sophomore pursuing a degree in Environmental science, Engineering, or equivalent
  • Experience working in manufacturing environment preferred
  • Education or experience in occupational safety or environmental engineering preferred

To apply:

https://jobs.ecipay.com/prod/net/EmpApp/JobList.aspx?ID=lK27a%2fxKm%2bBF2WEASXdFzQ%3d%3d

Date Posted to this site -12/11/2015

NASA

Position: Summer Intern

Location: various

Description: NASA Internships are educational hands-on opportunities that provide unique NASA-related research and operational experiences for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students as well as educators. These internships integrate participants with career professionals emphasizing mentor-directed, degree-related, real-time world task completion. During the internship participants engage in scientific or engineering research, development, and operations activities. In addition, there are non-technical internship opportunities to engage in professional activities which support NASA business and administrative processes. Through these internships, participants leverage NASA's unique mission activities and mentorship to enhance and increase their professional capabilities and clarify their long-term career goals.

NASA Internships can be full or part-time, conducted at a NASA facility, contractor facility, or anywhere activities are ongoing to advance NASA's missions. Mentors can be civil servants, contractors, or faculty conducting activities directly related to NASA's unique assets and ongoing mission activities.

NASA internships occur within the following 4 sessions per year generally corresponding to the academic calendar: spring, summer, fall, and year-long (often following the academic year Aug.-May)

Eligibility: NASA internships are available to high school through graduate level students attending full-time accredited programs appropriate to the NASA internship opportunity for which they receive an offer. U.S. citizenship is required for most internship opportunities. Select opportunities are also open to citizens from countries participating in the NASA International Internship (I^2) Program. Applicants must be enrolled full-time in a degree-granting course of study appropriate to NASA's long-term professional workforce needs. College-level interns must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or equivalent. While NASA Internships are available to students in a wide-variety of majors ranging from business to science and engineering, individual internship opportunities will target specific disciplines. Applicants have the opportunity to browse and selectively apply for specific internship opportunities once their application is complete.

For more information and to apply: See NASA for more information on the program and how to apply.  Summer internship applications are accepted from November 10, 2015 to March 1, 2016.  Year-long internship applications are accepted at any time. 

Date Posted to this site -11/20/2015

Pathways to Science

Position: Summer Research Opportunities

Location: various

Description: This is a search engine for undergradate summer research opportunities around the world.  There are many NSF opportunities such as REUs, but there are also other opportunities in this database.   There is a key on the right side that gives you an overview (portable funding, includes study abroad, short term opportunity, funds international students, etc) once you select your area(s) of interest.  You search for areas of interest by "level of study" (i.e. year of schooling) and discipline categories.  You may also look for opportunities at specific institutions. You can also look for opportunities by what area of the country you are interested in.  

For more information and to apply: Visit the website Pathways to Science for more information. 

Date Posted to this site -11/20/2015

Amgen-UROP Scholars Program

Position: Undergraduate Research

Location: Boston, MA

Description: Students admitted to this program (known as "Amgen Scholars") will have opportunities to conduct research, analyze data, present research results, network with other undergraduates with similar research interests, and develop working relationships with MIT faculty mentors and other research staff.

Participation has many benefits. Amgen Scholars learn how to collaborate effectively in research settings while investigating areas of research interest within a specific discipline and gaining practical skills and knowledge for both graduate study and post-graduation careers. Participants become fully integrated in MIT's summer research community, interacting with faculty mentors and fellow undergraduates while participating in research seminars and other networking events. Most importantly, Amgen Scholars become involved in exciting research and contribute to the advancement of science in an area of interest.

The Program also offers a competitive compensation package. Amgen Scholars working 40 hours per week for the nine week period will earn $4,320, based on an hourly wage of $12.00. Housing in a designated MIT residence hall and a $800 food allowance will also be provided.

Space in the the Amgen-UROP Scholars Program is limited; up to 20 undergraduates will be admitted for Summer 2016.  The summer 2016 program runs from June 6 to August 5th. 

Qualifications:

  • Enrollment in four-year colleges and universities (including MIT) in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and other U.S. Territories
  • U.S. citizenship or U.S. permanent residency
  • Sophomore status (with 4 quarters or 3 semesters of college experience), Juniors, and non-graduating seniors who plan to continue undergraduate studies in Fall 2016
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.2 or above (based on a 4.0 scale)
  • Interest in pursuing graduate school, including a PhD or MD-PhD

For more information and to apply: See UROP for more information on the program and how to apply.  Students and others interested in finding out more about the program may also contact us at (617) 253-7306, or mit-amgenscholars@mit.edu The application deadline is February 1, 2016

Date Posted to this site -11/20/2015

Ramboll Environ

Position: multiple

Location: multiple

For more information and to apply: Go to RambollEnviron Under the "Current Openings" "Job Postings" section select "Associate". Look for the jobs that include "summer intern" in the heading.

Date Posted to this site - 7/1/2015

 

Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE)

Position: Internships (Multiple for U.S. Dept. of Energy and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)

Location: various

Description: The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) sponsors more than 50 research programs for undergraduate students at national laboratories and other federal research facilities in 24 states and some outside the United States. So whether you are seeking a summer internship, a scholarship to help fund your academic progress, or a longer-term research position to provide hands-on laboratory experience, ORISE has a program for you.  There are multiple job listings potentially applicable to EEEs such as internships in the Wind Power Program office, Water Power Program office, Sustainability Office, Government Energy Management Office, Technology and Water Resources Internship, and DOE State Energy Program Clean Air Act. 

For more information and to apply: See details for each job listing and more information on ORISE at the ORISE website.

Date Posted to this site - 7/1/2015

  


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