REU: OCEANUS is an interdisciplinary research program at Texas A&M University, Galveston that advances scientific understandings of coastal system sustainability. Funded by the National Science Foundation (Award#1950910), OCEANUS invites talented undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds to participate in a 10-week immersive online experience. The program is 100% online and runs from May 31 to August 6, 2021. Student benefits include:
- Enhanced scientific research and communication skills through high-impact learning and hands-on training
- Increased social capital via the Aggie Network (http://www.aggienetwork.com)
- Access to tools to help navigate the academic pipeline
- $6,000 summer stipend
Applications are due by February 15, 2021. To learn more and apply, visit: https://tamug.edu/research/oceanus/.
The Woods Hole Partnership Program is accepting applications for the 2021 summer undergrad internship research program. Application materials and program information are available on the PEP website.
The program dates are May 29 through August 7. Application deadline is February 13.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, it is uncertain whether we will be able to host students for a residency program in Woods Hole in 2021. We are keeping open the option of a residency program but we also are prepared to offer a virtual program if that is necessary.
In 2020 we offered a successful virtual PEP that provided students with all the major program components, including a four-credit course, a research project, and a series of career-building and cohort-building activities.
For 2021 we will accept a class of interns in March and will announce by the end of April whether the program will include residency in Woods Hole. The program will provide a $5000 stipend and tuition for PEP’s four-credit course offered in the first four weeks of the program. If we are able to bring students to Woods Hole, the program also will cover all students’ costs for travel, housing, and food.
Please direct any program questions to George Liles at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please direct any application questions to Kwanza Johnson at Kwanza.Johnson@noaa.gov
Student Summer Internship (SSI) Program
The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals offers two types of internships for Native American and other college students. The student summer internship (SSI) program is a 8-week program for college students and the short internship (SIP) program is a 20 to 40 hour long internship program for high school and college students. The purpose of the internship programs is for students to gain hands-on skills with EPA or other governmental and tribal environmental offices. The internship programs are funded by a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Information for Students:
Student Summer Internship (SSI) Program. Learn about paid 8-week summer internship opportunities for college students
Short Internship Program (SIP). Learn about paid 20 to 80 hour internship opportunities for high school and college students.
Information for organizations interested in hosting high school or college student:
Student Summer Internship Host Information
Short Internship Program Host Information
Paid Summer Research Programs!
Most programs offer both a stipend and housing and travel support. Programs range across all STEM disciplines and all areas of the country! Deadlines are coming right up for most programs!
The REU on Sustainable Land and Water Resources 2020: a (Virtual) Tribal and Community-Based Participatory Research Experience
Applications are currently being accepted for summer internships at the NOAA-funded Cooperative Institute for Modeling the Earth System (CIMES) at Princeton University and NOAA-GFDL. Applications are currently being accepted with a deadline of January 15th, 2021. This year we have projects on a wide variety of topics, ranging from ENSO to fisheries to icebergs, with details given on the website https://cimes.princeton.edu/education-outreach/intern-program. Interns receive a stipend, housing allowance, and travel expenses, and depending on the circumstances associated with the pandemic, all projects may be done remotely if needed. The goal of the intern program is to broaden participation in climate and earth-system science and we specifically encourage applications from STEM students with little or no prior research experience.