Kent State Program Makes Paid Internships Available to Freshman and Sophomore Math or Science MajorsPosted May. 2, 2013
The Kent State University Robert Noyce Summer Internship Program is available to freshman and sophomore math or science majors. Noyce interns will be paid $450 per week for four weeks in June-July 2013 depending on students’ schedule and site.
- Assist Kent State TRIO Upward Bound program staff members teaching math or science to high schools students.
- Assist summer programming at the Cuyahoga Valley National Park’s Environmental Education Center.
- Assist in math and science professional development programs, for example, Operation Physics.
Interns can still take summer courses, and internship schedules can be worked around students’ class schedules. This is the first phase of the service learning project of the Noyce Scholarship Program. Future scholarships for graduate studies may be available.
How to apply:
- Application forms are available at www.kent.edu/ehhs/mat/noyce-scholars-intern-program.cfm.
- The applicant must provide the following: resume; brief essay highlighting interest in science/math, commitment to adolescent education and desire to work in high-needs school districts; and two letters of recommendation.
- Eligible candidates will appear for an interview with the selection committee.
- Application deadline is Thursday, May 30, 2013.
For more information, visit www.kent.edu/ehhs/mat/noyce-scholars-intern-program.cfm or contact Lisa Borgerding (Donnelly), Ph.D., at email@example.com.
For more information about Kent State’s College of Education, Health and Human Services, visit www.kent.edu/ehhs.
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