Noyce-funded local internship experiences through the Susan Hirt Hagen Center for Civic and Urban Engagement are available for students who are completing their freshmen or sophomore year, and ...
- expect to major in Middle Childhood Education with either a Math and/or Science concentrate OR
- expect to major in a STEM field (Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Math or Physics) AND
- have an interest in teaching.
Internship Experience at Pacific Northwest National Laboratories (PNNL) - Richland, Washington
2014- More coming SOON!
|Kim Lykens, a 2012 summer Intern at PNNL in Richmond, Washington, poses by their sign.||Summer 2013 Interns (left to right): Katy Williams, Skylar Folkens, Hannah Fournier, Rachel Evans, Makenzie Daniels.|
- 8-10 weeks in length (June and July)
- Paid internship (housing) plus travel expenses to and from WA included
- Available to students at the end of their sophomore and junior year
- Avetec, a leader in simulation, modeling, and high-performance computing applications, arranges STEM internships for Noyce Scholars at PNNL. The students are assigned to a STEM research project related to their major field of study and produce a research report on their topic.The PNNL experience will challenge the students to engage in inquiry-, problem-, and project-based learning and then apply their learning both in the research area and in pedagogy, allowing them to accelerate their subject matter mastery and their teaching skills.
- Information sessions held fall and spring semester will offer applications due late Fall Semester each year. PNNL Interns for the summer of 2013 had a great time: newly chosen were Makenzie Daniels, Skylar Folkens & Hannah Fournier; they were joined by 2012-13 Noyce Scholars Rachel Evans and Katy Williams.
- PNNL Application at this link. Complete and return as per instructions.
Local Internships in Informal Educational Settings
Kevin Egan Ian Hammeran
Math Major Geology/ Financial Economics Double Major
Class of 2016 Class of 2015
Menna Abaye Zachary Moore
Biology/Business Double Major Business Marketing Major/ Environmental Science Minor
Class of 2015 Class of 2016
Science Club interns for 2013 Stephanie Brandstetter and Cara Vendeville
Math Club interns for 2013 Deidre Hooley and Haley Conkel
- 8 weeks in length (June and July)
- Paid internships and housing/meals (on campus)
- Available to students at the end of their freshmen and sophomore year
- Internship with the Susan Hirt Hagen Center for Civic and Urban Engagement in the Strengthening After-School Programs. Under the guidance of a mentor, interns will be responsible for planning and teaching math or science lessons for students in grades 2-6.
- Tutor-Counselor work with Witt's Upward Bound program. The primary responsibilities would be to assist with STEM and computational science coursework and related co-curricular activities to excite secondary school students about STEM disciplines.
Available for students who are completing their freshmen or sophomore year.
Application form is found at this link.