Internships, Classes, and Job Bulletins for High School Students 

Summer programs around the country for high school students seeking internships or experience.

Molecular Neuroscience class at UCLA July 6-19th, 2014 to learn the intricacies of normal and pathologic neurobiology at a molecular level. >> link

Pathways to Science, a continuously-updated website with an extensive list of opportunities for students of all ages. >> link

NIH’s Summer Internship Program offers an invaluable research experience for those interested in the bio-medical sciences. >> link

At the University of Massachusetts Medical School / Department of Psychiatry, a program to prepare you for a career in neuroscience or biology. >> link

A two-week program for high school students who are interested in an introductory research experience. >> link

A college course at Johns Hopkins, Introduction to Nueroscience. >> link

An eight-week summer program, sponsored by the Neuroscience Initiative at Emory University >> link

At the McGee Women’s Research Institute in Pittsburgh, a summer internship program for all sciences. >> link

“Brain Camp” is at Muhlenberg college in PA , a one week camp for inquisitive high school students. >> link

A three-week program at Duke University in Anatomy & Physiology, Neuroscience, or Nanotechnology. >> link

The Indiana CTSI summer internship program is a prestigious summer intern program for high school students interested in the medical field of neuroscience to work and research with medical graduates. >> link

Stanford hosts a limited number of high school interns to work in labs and pursue interests in all medical fields, including neuroscience >> link

Kellogg School for Science in Florida specifically gives high school neuroscientists summer internships and provides summer courses at their campus. >> link

 

Job Opportunities for University and Graduate Students

Special access to job opportunities with Advisory Board members and other neuroscientists around the nation.

Pathways to Science, a continuously-updated website with an extensive list of opportunities for students of all ages. >> link

 

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