November 27th, 2018
The IRIS Undergraduate Internship Program is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for the summer of 2019!. If you are an undergraduate math, physics, geoscience or computer science student interested in exploring Earth and developing new skills, please consider applying! The deadline for applications is February 15th. Our program has proven to be a successful stepping stone for a career as over 76.8% of respondents, who had completed their undergraduate degrees and are in enrolled as a graduate student or employed full time, are doing so in the geosciences!
IRIS Undergraduate Interns...
- Build lasting connections with like-minded students interested in using their quantitative skills to better understand Earth
- Are funded to travel to their mentor’s institution and conduct independent research
- Receive a weekly stipend of $500 + $200 for subsistence for 8 to 11 weeks
- Have fun while learning critical skills that have led over 78% of alumni to pursue geoscience careers in federal and state governments, academia, industry, and as independent consultants.
- Receive full funding to present their independent research at the Fall American Geophysical Union conference
- Are diverse in gender, race and ethnicity, age, disability status, and academic standing… YOU could be next!
- To learn more about the program, the types of research interns conduct through the program, and to apply, please visit https://www.iris.edu/hq/internship/interns