Internship Opportunities


  • Students.gov

This site acts as a portal to various internship opportunities offered by the U.S. government.



  • The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research offers various internships, including internships for high school students that allow them to explore careers in the atmospheric and related sciences.



  • The BIOCOM Institute

The BIOCOM Institute offers a range of internships for high school students and undergraduates to obtain useful experience in life science careers.




  • NASA’s Career Resources

NASA’s Career Resources page enables eligible students to access various NASA internships, fellowships and scholarships through a single portal (intern.nasa.gov) and single application (SOLAR).



  • The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program

The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) provides an opportunity for students to participate in research at a Department of Navy (DoN) laboratory during the summer.



  • The Durango Discovery Museum

The Durango Discovery Museum, located in Durango, Colorado, offers three-month, unpaid Science Education High School Internships, intended for high school students interested in science, science education and/or museum studies.




  • The Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative

For students in the Pittsburgh area, the Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative (PTEI) high school summer internship program gives junior and senior high school students a glimpse into the world of biomedical research.



  • Cleveland Clinic

The Cleveland Clinic offers a nine-week summer Pharmacy Internship Program. The paid internship gives high school students the opportunity to work and learn alongside Cleveland Clinic physicians, researchers and healthcare professionals.



  • KEYS (Keep Engaging Youth in Science)

The KEYS (Keep Engaging Youth in Science) program at the University of Arizona hosts a tuition-free 7 week internship allowing high school students to gain hands-on experience in laboratory science.



  • Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP)

The Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP) is a four-week residential internship program specifically for young women who have strong interests in science, engineering and medicine. During the program’s duration each student takes two 2-week research courses and the average student spends 30 hours a week working with faculty.



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