IDEAL: Internship for Diverse and Emerging Arts Leaders

The United Arts Council in Raleigh, NC is offering a paid student internship program for summer 2024.

The Internship: Places undergraduate students from backgrounds underrepresented in arts leadership with host arts organizations in Wake County and pairs them with local mentors to guide the students’ personal and professional growth throughout the summer.

The Benefits:

  • $4,500 pre-tax stipend per intern
  • Work placement at an Arts Host organization in Wake County for 24 hours per week for 8 weeks
  • Additional professional development opportunities, cultural activities, and networking events
  • Individualized mentor pairing in interns’ arts-specific field of interest
  • A local cohort that will serve as a strong foundation for interns’ growing career

How to Apply: Online application by February 1. More details available online (must be a NC resident to apply).

Booz Allen Is Looking for Students for a 10-Week Paid Internship This Summer!

The Booz Allen University Recruiting team is kicking off the hiring process for the 2024 Summer Games cohort! Booz Allen will host 132 Summer Games interns from June 5 until August 15 for a 10-week paid internship.

The Opportunity: The Summer Games is an intensive, 10-week paid internship program that simulates a real-world startup accelerator. Your mission? Develop breakthrough ideas and solutions for our clients’ most pressing problems. The Booz Allen Summer Games brings together aspiring engineers, data scientists, designers, and change makers to create powerful solutions for real-world client problems.

Great Fit For: Anyone, especially those with interest in engineering, data science, and/or design. Preference for the internship is given to rising seniors.

To Apply: Go to this link. Deadline to apply is December 1st.

Click here for more information about the internship.

On the Front Lines of Drug Discovery: A Laboratory Internship in Drug Resistance and Drug Development

The Ozgur Sahin Lab at MUSC is looking for students to join the fight against breast cancer by contributing to cancer biology research at the intersection of drug resistance, metastasis, and drug discovery.

The Opportunity: Students will gain hands-on experience working in a laboratory environment in cell culture and molecular biology techniques, while working with cutting-edge patient-derived xenografts (PDXs) and transgenic mice models.


  • Gain hands-on experience in cell culture and molecular biology techniques
  • Develop valuable skills and experience that will make you more competitive for jobs and graduate programs in the biological and biomedical sciences
  • Work with and learn from leading experts in the field of cancer biology
  • Explore your interests, develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, learn how to work independently and as part of a team, and build your professional network!

Great Fit For: Undergraduates majoring in biology or chemistry in their first or second year.

To Apply: Email your CV and letter of intent to Dr. Ozgur Sahin ( or Dr. Patrick Nasarre (

For more information, go to this link or email Dr. Nasarre.

Undergraduate Internship Opportunity at MUSC!

The Yamaguchi lab at MUSC in the Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology Department is looking for an undergraduate intern! Interns participate in cell culture, biochemical experiments, and have the opportunity to participate in many different experiments including working with radioactive ryanodine.

Details: The project is focused on studying calcium signaling within cardiac and skeletal muscles; specifically, the molecular basis of activation and inhibition of Ca2+ and Mg2+ by the Ryanodine receptor in cardiac (RyR2) and skeletal (RyR1) muscles. Interns participate in experiments as opposed to data analysis, and no previous lab experience is required. Dr. Yamaguchi is looking for students who are able to come work in the lab for ~10 hours a week with a very flexible schedule.


  • Lab experience including cell culture and biochemical experiments
  • Internship is applicable for Honors Immersed and/or your Bachelor’s Essay

Great Fit For: Biology, chemistry, and biochemistry students who are juniors and below.

To Apply: Email your resume to or

For more information, reach out to Mac Kral or Dr. Naohiro Yamaguchi at the emails above.

Post-Grad Job: Community organizing with DART – the Direct Action & Research Training Center

Are you angry about the serious community problems in our country and want to do something about it? DART is searching for the right person to hire as a professional community organizer in Florida and Tennessee.

The Opportunity: We hire and train professional community organizers to build power and fight for racial, social, economic and environmental justice. Full-time positions with salary/benefits are available.

Honors Connection: Multiple Honors alums work for DART and are available to talk personally about the role! Contact Nick Plasmati ( for an introduction.

Learn More: Read below for more details and then attend a live online info session on November 14 at 7 pm ET.

Careers in Community Organizing for Social Justice

DART will hold a LIVE online info session on November 14th at 7pm ET to discuss careers in community organizing. All CofC students and alumni welcome, particularly those graduating before May 2024.


DART trains professional organizers and community organizations how to work for social, economic and racial justice, including:

* Holding police departments accountable
* Stopping gun violence
* Fighting for environmental justice
* Shutting down the school-to-prison pipeline
* Reining in predatory lenders
* Expanding access to healthcare
* Fighting for immigrants' rights

Associate Community Organizer
Starting salary $49,000+ /year & benefits

Positions begin January, May, and August 2024 in:

Florida: Lakeland, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee, Tampa, West Palm Beach
Tennessee: Knoxville

Leadership Positions

Starting salary $63,000-$70,000/year DOE + benefits

Positions begin Fall 2023 in:

Florida: Pensacola

Kansas: Kansas City

DART organizations are diverse coalitions that include communities of color, low-to-moderate-income communities and immigrant communities. We strongly encourage people from these backgrounds, as well as fluent speakers of Spanish and Haitian Creole, to apply.

To apply or learn more about DART, visit or find us on instagram and facebook @theDARTcenter. Still have questions? Contact or 864.621.5965.


NIWC-Atlantic Data Science Summer Internship

The Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic division is looking for interns for summer 2024!

The Opportunity: NIWC-Atlantic is seeking undergraduate interns interested in performing S&T research for the Navy. CofC alumnus Alexander Smyth is coordinating directly with the hiring managers and is looking forward to getting more CofC data science students involved.

Benefits: You will…

  • Get to engage on exciting problems for the U.S. Navy
  • Be well compensated
  • Have your time as an intern counts towards a 20-year government retirement (including time during the school year when you’re inactive!)

Great Fit For: Data science majors or anyone participating in a STEM-focused area of study.

To Apply: Fill out this application and contact Alexander at

For more information, click here or email Alexander to talk about STEM outreach or internship opportunities.

Paid Internship Opportunity with the OTT in the U.S. Department of Energy

Are you interested in learning about the process by which new technologies reach full commercial scale and are available in the marketplace? The Office of Technology Transitions (OTT) is looking for students for a 10-12 week internship next summer.

Great Fit For: Students pursuing a degree in science, technology, mathematics, engineering, or business with an interest in entrepreneurship and technology commercialization.


  • An $850 per week stipend, plus potential an additional supplement for participants that relocate
  • Gain deep insight into the federal government’s role in the creation and implementation of policies that will affect energy technology development
  • Enhance your education and training by learning from Energy I-Corps instructors and attending workshops
  • Attendance to an in-person opening ceremony in Washington, D.C., and a closing ceremony at a national laboratory

To Apply: Go to this link for an in-depth position description and the application.

Click here for more information. or email with any questions.

Summer internships and post-grad jobs available with AlphaSights

AlphaSights, an information services and expert networking company, has opportunities for summer internships and post-grad jobs at both it’s New York City and San Francisco offices.

The Opportunities:

  • A ten-week paid summer 2024 internship for rising seniors (more details), with up to $14,400 available in compensation.
  • Full-time positions for recent/impending graduates (more details), with potential compensation up to $90,000.

Great Fit For: All academic backgrounds encouraged to apply / People who are business-oriented or want exposure to a global company / Student leaders who are active in campus activities.

Honors Connection: An Honors alum works here and is available to discuss the opportunities with you! If you’re interested, contact Nick Plasmati ( who’ll arrange an introduction.

How to Apply: Online application + Resume; for more details check out AlphaSight’s open roles and search by New York or San Francisco.