Internships and Fellowships
Regional Alliance of INBRE Networks (RAIN) Student Internships in National Labs.10-week internships at a national laboratory in the summer of 2020. Complete information and application link can be found HERE. Due Nov. 1
ACS Scholars Program – Renewable scholarships for underrepresented minority students majoring in undergraduate chemistry-related disciplines, who are also intending to pursue careers in chemistry-related fields. Selected recipients are awarded up to $5,000 per academic year.
SCI Scholars is now accepting applications for its prestigious summer 2020 industrial internships. SCI Scholars is open to chemistry and chemical engineering majors who are current sophomore or juniors, US citizens or permanent residents with at least 3.5 (out of 4.0) cumulative GPA. Some positions have additional requirements.
Selected candidates will receive:
- $6,000-$10,000+ salary and benefits (varies by internship)
- Certificate of recognition
- $1,000 professional development stipend
- Opportunity to nominate an inspiring high school chemistry teacher for recognition. Teachers will be awarded a certificate and $1,000 to support their curriculum.
Please direct interested students to www.acs.org/SCI; the 2019 SCI Scholars page provides first-hand information on past internship experiences. You can also post the SCI Scholar flyer, as well as share it with any faculty members who could help promote this program to their students.=
SCI Scholars was developed by Society of Chemical Industry (SCI), the American Chemical Society (ACS), and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) to introduce exceptional chemistry and chemical engineering majors to industrial careers. Contact the SCI Scholars program (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
If you have students seeking additional experiential opportunities outside of SCI Scholars, you can also direct them to Get Experience, the ACS International Center, or the inChemistry article, “Six Summer Job Options To Start Planning for Now.”