Peace Corps Campus Ambassadors serve as peer-to-peer outreach experts on undergraduate university campuses nationwide. Working closely with Peace Corps Recruiters, Campus Ambassadors use their campus connections to spread the word about Peace Corps. The Peace Corps supports each Campus Ambassador’s professional growth through individualized mentorship with a Peace Corps Recruiter, opportunities for active involvement in the national Campus Ambassadors community, and a letter of recommendation that the Peace Corps Recruiter may write for the Campus Ambassador upon their successful completion of the program.
Dr. Naohiro Yamaguchi’s lab is looking for undergraduate students to perform independent research at MUSC. The lab research has a focus on molecular biology and biochemistry looking at the function and regulatory mechanism of calcium transporting proteins as they are important in various muscle diseases. The student would participate in performing experiments such as DNA construction and expression, and functional assay of the calcium ion channel activity.
Ideal candidates would be a sophomore or junior who are interested in biomedical research. Candidates are expected to perform independent research for 10 hours or more per week. Longer time in the summer would be preferred. No prior lab experience is necessary as the lab will train the individual; however, strong motivation for research is required. Individuals wanting to perform independent research for Honors Immersed and/or a Bachelor’s Essay are preferred.
Mercedes-Benz Vans, LLC, located in Ladson, SC, currently has openings for internships in Human Resources, Customer Solutions Engineering, and Engineering. These positions are perfect for students in Business, Engineering, Data Science, or any related degree programs. Job descriptions, responsibilities, and qualifications are linked below:
Are you a pre-health student considering a career in medicine? Consider signing up for a College of Medicine (COM) Coach! COM Coaches are current medical students at MUSC here to mentor you and help you navigate the medical school application process. Whether you are preparing to apply for medical school in the coming months or are planning to in a few years, this program can be a valuable resource for you as you navigate this career path.
Volunteers are willing to meet monthly, but can also meet more or less often depending on your need. Currently, meetings are virtual. Volunteers can do everything from helping you find shadowing opportunities at MUSC, giving advice on ways to get more involved on your campus, giving advice on finding research opportunities and health-related volunteer activities, and give you information and suggestions on applying to and interviewing for medical school.
The Lonon Foundation (TLF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation whose mission is to help children affected by a parent or caregiver’s cancer diagnosis find comfort, heal, and grow from their shared experiences. With the help of undergraduate and graduate students, TLF’s UPLIFT Program provides free monthly events for children ages 6-17 affected by a parent or caregiver’s cancer.
UPLIFT provides great VIRTUAL volunteer opportunities and ways to further get involved with the Charleston community. If you are not interested in directly working with kids, we have administrative and fundraising volunteer opportunities as well! To get involved, visit our website and fill out the volunteer application, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through the Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS) program, students can work on projects that advance the work of government on multiple fronts. Projects include helping counter violent extremism, strengthening human rights monitoring, developing virtual programs, engaging in digital communications, mapping, economic and political reporting, data analysis, graphic design, and app building. VSFS is accommodating and flexible. Through VSFS, students can intern from wherever they are – from dorm rooms to libraries to coffee shops, or anywhere in the world with a broadband or Internet connection. This internship is not paid, but students can gain valuable work experience through this program.
Applications for this program open from July 1-31 and projects begin at the beginning of September. Check out the program’s website for more information.
Discover an insider’s perspective on FBI operations while gaining unparalleled experience with our Honors Internship Program. The Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for college undergraduate and graduate students. While exploring our exciting career options, students work side-by-side with FBI employees at our Washington, D.C.-area Headquarters or in Field Offices around the country. Open to a wide range of academic areas, this internship offers experiences students can’t find elsewhere. Interns with a bachelor’s degree who are enrolled in a full-time graduate program will receive GS-5 pay. All other full-time students, including dual-enrollment students, will receive GS-4 pay, including undergraduate students enrolled in a graduate course.
Although the application for 2022 does not open until August 2021, now is the time to start preparing for the application process. Until then, check out the program website for more information on the program and candidate requirements.
Minorities in Medicine is a student organization that services to educate and promote diversity within the medical field. Striving to enhance the lives of members and associates, they put their best foot forward through hands-on experience in the medical field along with the services within. The organization’s service initiatives target four main areas: health education, health awareness, global health awareness, and community outreach.