MONEY (FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, ETC.)
Need money to complete your studies? To help support your undergraduate studies? graduate studies? There's plenty of options.
SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS:
Many of the Summer
Internship Job web sites provide Job Search and Resume
Most are 10 week
but are flexible about the number of weeks. Some provide living arrangements in addition to stipend. All are a great way to earn expirience, apply your knowledge while at the same time earning money and visiting a new place.
|Company or Institution||Summer Job Requisites||Deadline (check URL for changes)||Other information||Company,
(Research Experience for Undergraduate)
|Underrepresented minorities undergrads students in recent grads in science, math and engineering.||During early Spring. Contact each Site directly for specific information, and for application procedures and deadlines.||Held at many universities (Sites), some pay room and board, field trips plus stipend. Other requirements may be listed in the specific university program (see links).||U|
|NASA Academy||U.S. citizenship or permanent residency. Junior and senior undergraduate, or first year graduate status. High academic standing and a demonstrated interest in the space program||January 31
Application online (pdf) or contact email@example.com
|10 week at a NASA
Provide an educational and training curriculum related to NASA, which includes lectures and teamwork.
Application online (pdf) or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Minority Access||U.S Citizen or permanent resident, GPA of 3.0 or more, plus complete application with recommendatiosns.||Spring - December
Summer - March 1
Fall - July 15
|Access to many opportunities for summer or semester internships.||A|
at Rutgers Univ.
(Research Internships in Science & Engineering)
|Minorities in Science and Engineering||Visit web site for deadline posting.||RISE is an undergraduate SUMMER research program to advance diversity in science, math and engineering||U|
undergrads in engineering
(or computer science). WISE will also accept applications from engineering grads who are beginning Masters level study in a policy-related degree.
|Early December||10 weeks in Washington, D.C. to learn how government officials make decisions on technological issues and how engineers can contribute to legislative and regulatory public policy decisions.||A|
|RISE at U California||U.S. citizens and permanent residents as well as UMCP international students. Materials Research area.||Feb. 21|| $3,500 for 10
Free housing and travel cost.
|Arecibo Observatory||Undergrad Puertorrican Students||Mid February||10 weeks, NAIC sponsored|
|RISE at U. of Maryland||Women students of
and sciences. U.S. citizens and permanent residents as well as
Teams will conduct research from June 2, 2002 through July 26, 2002
|Visit web site for deadline posting,
Usually in April.
20 students (Scholars) will be part of five projects coordinated by female faculty in the Clark School of Engineering and the College of Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences (CMPS). Stipent is $3000
|Raytheon Co.U||Mostly looking for engineering and IT and some finance majors.||None specified||.Raytheon is focused on defense, government and commercial electronics and business aviation and special mission aircraft||C|
|AT&T||Form on the web. Offer undergraduate Research Program and
regular summer intern positions. Also Co-op internships of six monthes.
Duration: usually 10 weeks starting in early June.
|December 1||Salary, travel expenses, and AT&T will arrange living accommodations at a nearby college for participants who want to make use of them. They'll also provide bus transportation.|
|EMC||Full-time student, GPA of 3.0 or higher. Must have unrestricted authorization to work in the U.S. Generally 3 months for summer or 3-6 months for co-op.||April 1|| Mostly for
finance and human resources.
|Honeywell||Usually last 12 weeks and includes a salary, travel expenses, corporate housing arrangements or a stipend, and limitless opportunities for learning!||None specified||Aerospace, Auto, Truck, Electric and Hidraulic company||C|
|Eaton||None specified||Aerospace, Auto, Truck, Electric and Hidraulic company||C|
|Motorola||None specified||You can sign up to be automatically notified of new openings in your area of interest or Submit a resume online.||C|
|Microsoft||Usually 10 weeks||None specified||Submit resume online||C|
|IBM||None specified||Submit resume online|
|SUN Corporation||None specified||Mostly looking for engineer students||C|
|EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)||December of each year||C|
|Kodak||U.S. citizen or permanent resident
Minimum 10-week work,
minimum GPA of 2.8
pass a drug screen
|None specified||Computer Technology, Engineering (most disciplines) Manufacturing Optics Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Paper, Imaging) Business (Finance, Accounting, Logistics, Marketing, Sales) Mathematics/Statistics|
UNDERGRADUATE RESERCH PROGRAMS
Other Societies with no Web Pages (inquire at your institution) :
Sociedad Americana de Quimica, Capitulo Estudiantil, Facultad
de Ciencias Naturales
American Medical Student Association | Asociación de Estudiantes de Ciencias de
Cómputos | Sociedad Eco-Ambiental | Juventud Unida para Proteger y Preservar el
Ambiente | Asociación de Estudiantes Graduados de Biología | Círculo de Matemáticas |
Capítulo Estudiantil de la Sociedad Americana de Química
Asociación Universitaria de Estudiantes de Enfermerí(AUEE) en UPR Humacao,
Biology Societies at UPR
|Name of Association||Contact|
|Sociedad Honoraria de Biología,||Tribeta, Contacto: Srta. Arianne Vicéns (Presidenta)||email@example.com|
|Asociación de Estudiantes de Biología,||AEB, Contacto: Dr. Fernando Bird (Consejero)||F_bird@rumac.uprm.edu|
|Asociación de Estudiantes Graduados de Biología,||AEGB, Contacto: Sr. Luis J. Bosques Rodríguez (Presidente)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Círculo de Pre-Médicos||CPM, Contacto: Srta. Soniris Rosas Padilla (Presidenta)||Soniris_rosas@hotmail.com|
|Sociedad de Estudiantes de Botánica,||SEBA, Contacto: Sra. Jeanine Vélez Gavilán (Consejera)||email@example.com|
|Sociedad Estudiantil de Microbiología Industrial,||SEMI, Contacto: Dr. Carlos Ríos Velásquez (Consejero)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|MARC & SLOAN||Oficina: C-104 Ext. 2451
Contacto: Mary L. Jiménez ó Dra. Mildred Chaparro
|RETO-PROMISE||Oficina: C-315 Ext. 3013
Contacto: Brenda Soto
Contacto: Sra. Lizzie Muñiz ó Dra. Rosa Buxeda
|Curso de SEM (BIOL 5045, Microscopía Electrónica de Rastreo)||Para estudiantes de ciencia e ingeniería
Contacto: Dra. Vivian Navas
|American Society Cell Biology Minority opportunities||ASCB, Contacto: Dra. Vivian Navas||www.uprm.edu/biology/profs/navas/
|2002 Undergraduate Research Programs
Conferencia sobre oportunidades de investigación
|Contacto: Dra. Vivian Navas||www.uprm.edu/biology/profs/navas/
MENTORSHIPS AND USHERS
There are several outreach programs devoted to introduce science and engineering to K-12 grades that need university students to serve as ushers. Jobs vary from being a mentor, to giving lab demonstrations, talking about your experiences as an undergraduate or just show them around your campus. Some are volunteer jobs, while others provide with some remuneration. Among these are:
**If you know of any other activities, programs and/or societies
could be included in this collection,
please let us know.