Internship Opportunities

A biology major remains one of the most flexible and in demand majors across disciplines, being widely applicable to both research and non-research entities. Whether your goal is to be a tenure- track professor with your own cohort of graduate students, a wildlife ecologist exploring the unexplored wilderness, or an industry scientist developing drug protocols, experiential education is a valuable component of your personal growth and discovery during your academic career. While the independent research experience (BIO 395) is an excellent way for undergraduates to gain hands-on lab or field experience in an academic environment, internships could provide more real world work experience in biology. These could be especially helpful for students that do not have a clear idea of what they want to do after they graduate.
Currently the Biology Department offers a couple different internship opportunities for our high-performing students. The first is working as a peer tutor in the Biology Learning Center over in 143 Jacobs Science Building (JSB). The second is working as a peer instructor in Dr. Osterhage's section of BIO 148.

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