Internships at the NC Research Campus
Internship opportunities for high school, college and graduate students are available at the NC Research Campus. Opportunities include:
Appalachian State University Human Performance Lab
Internships are available in the Biochemistry Lab or in the Human Performance Lab. Interns assist with ongoing research projects and can choose between animal studies related to nutrition exercise or biochemistry; human studies involving novel nutritional supplements as countermeasures to exercise-induced immune dysfunction; and work in the exercise biochemistry lab learning how to conduct assays. Interns may also assist in the community fitness testing program. To apply, students should send a resume with a letter outlining goals and objectives and what they hope to learn to email@example.com.
NC State University Plants for Human Health Institute
Check the PHHI website for job descriptions, deadlines and availability for university, community college and high school internships.
Plant Pathways Elucidation Project (P2EP)
The Plant Pathways Elucidation Project, or P2EP, engages college, graduate and doctoral students from across North Carolina in a first-of-its-kind education and research program that fuses plant science, bioinformatics and human health. Applications are open each spring for summer internships. Check the P2EP website for more information.
UNC Chapel Nutrition Research Institute
Check the NRI website for job descriptions, deadlines and availability for university, community college and high school internships. These internships do not include a stipend.
David H. Murdock Research Institute
The David H. Murdock Research Institute (DHMRI) offers office-based internships to students through partnerships with local high school guidance departments. Internships are available on an as needed basis and do not include a stipend. Positions are filled for 2016.
Cabarrus Health Alliance
Cabarrus Health Alliance (CHA) offers eight to 10 week internships beginning in late May or early June as part of the Community Transformation grant, teen pregnancy prevention, dental health or health informatics. More details are on the CHA website.