INTERNSHIPS AND JOB OPPORTUNITIES
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY FOR CSTEP STUDENTS
The SUNY State College of Optometry offers Internship Programs twice every year (winter & spring).
CLICK HERE TO VISIT THEIR WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AND APPLIICATION DEADLINES
Preference is usually given to sophomores and juniors of African American, Latino and Native American backgrounds, and to students considered economically disadvantaged. They prefer students with the potential to succeed and who have or will be undertaking a science and/or technical pre-professional program of study.
For more info, contact:
Carlos A. Restrepo
Edward R. Johnston, O.D.
Vice President for Student Affairs
SUNY State College of Optometry
33 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
Tel. (212) 938-5505
Fax (212) 938-5504
Prof. Ciaccio (JMH 518) would be willing to assist you with your application.
JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL SCIENCE STUDENTS
POSTED 5/9/08: Position available - CLINICAL RESEARCH AIDE in genetic medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University. Click here for a full job description, salary, and required qualifications.
AEROTEK Scientific Staffing is always looking for quality students who are interested in lab positions, and will give resume and interviewing advice for those who are unsure if they want lab positions.
Mia Diaco, Technical Recruiter tel. (212)588-5883 or (800)726-2245 ext. 5883
Aerotek Scientific Staffing
757 3rd Ave.
New York, NY 10017
www.aerotek.com or www.thingamajob.com
PST, Pre-Service Teacher Program
This program places students in paid internships in Science, Math, and Technology at any of several different national laboratories. The participants in the program have decided on a teaching career in one of these disciplines. Students work with scientists or engineers on projects related to the laboratories' research programs. They also have the mentorship of a Master Teacher who is currently working in K-12 education as a teacher and is familiar with the research environment of a specific National Laboratory. The different laboratories each offer different research opportunities.
The program only runs in the summer term. Summer programs at the various laboratories will run from late May to mid-August. The exact start date will depend on the laboratory and will be given to participants who have been accepted at that specific laboratory. Students are required to participate for the full term of the program.
What is Expected of Each Participant
Every participant is required to:
Participants should expect to spend more than 40 hours per week and more than 8 hours per day in activities and/or research related to their internships.
- Complete the full ten week program
- Complete entrance and exit surveys on the EDULINK web-site
- Behave in a responsible and professional manner
- Submit a complete copy of a Research Paper or “Power Point” presentation (depending on the
- individual laboratory’s policy)
- Submit an Education Module
- Submit an abstract of their research in the required format
- Attend all scheduled events including lectures, tours and group activities.