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2014 Summer Internship Program
The summer of 2014 will mark the fifteenth year of the high school summer internship program at the Center for Imaging Science. This unique program offers a limited number of highly qualified juniors the opportunity to work side-by-side with world class scientists on a variety of imaging-related research projects. These unpaid internships give students the chance to get valuable hands-on experience in a real laboratory setting as contributing members of a research team. The internship program also provides an opportunity for interaction with other students from surrounding school districts who have similar interests and ambitions. Professional development activities, team building exercises, and at least one field trip are additional benefits. Participation in this program is free, and upon successful completion of research students are provided a certificate of completion as well as letters of recommendation.
What do the interns do?
Click here for a list of the imaging laboratories that hire interms, and a description of the tasks they typically perform.
What's it like to be an intern?
Click here for a list of links to online journals kept by past interns during their time in the Center.
Intern Alumni Stories
Learn what past interns have gone on to do by reading a collection of short interviews.
Please contact Bethany Choate, Outreach Specialist for the Center for Imaging Science by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred), or by phone at (585) 475-5665.
2014 Application Schedule (subject to change)
|1/7/14||Application process begins|
|3/7/14||Applications due at RIT|
|5/9/14||Selected interns notified|
|8/15/14||Last day of internship|
The 2014 Internship Program application cycle is now closed.
For your reference, we have kept the applications instructions available. Please note however that the online application form is no longer accepting responses.
The 2014 Imaging Science Intern Program is supported in part by generous donations from UTC Aerospace Systems
and the family of 2013 intern Calvin Salacain.