The MINDS (MUSC Internship in Neuroscience for Diverse Scholars) is a brand new neuroscience research internship for undergraduate students.
The Opportunity: Interns will work directly with their faculty mentor to develop and carry out an independent research project in their mentor’s lab.
- Interns will receive guidance on creating Individual Development Plans, crafting curriculum vitae, personal statements for graduate school applications, and will have opportunities to present their research
- The program is a paid internship ($17/hour, 40 hours per week over the summer and part-time, 10-15 hours per week during the school year)
Great Fit For: Pre-Health / Individuals from populations underrepresented in neuroscience or from disadvantaged backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply.
How to Apply: Check out the online application for more details; applications and will be reviewed on a rolling basis with our first class of interns starting on June 1.
- Questions? Contact Dr. Jen Rinker (firstname.lastname@example.org)