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Multiple Positions Open at Amazon

CS Students – check out the Amazon postings in Handshake…




and more positions that are not CS related!

Conservation Internship with New England Wild Flower Society

Application Deadline: 1 February 2019 for current year’s Internships.

The Marylee Everett Internship

New England Wild Flower Society, the oldest native plant conservation organization in the United States, is a recognized leader in regional plant conservation. Two core initiatives–the New England Plant Conservation Program (NEPCoP) and the Plant Conservation Volunteer (PCV) program–engage professional and citizen volunteers in rare species monitoring, habitat management, invasive species monitoring and control, reintroduction and augmentation projects, and long-term conservation planning. These innovative and award-winning programs work closely with Natural Heritage offices and with conservation organizations in all six New England states.

The internship offers a range of learning opportunities in field actions that are integral to these programs, from coordinating volunteers and entering data to conducting botanical surveys and undertaking management projects. As part of the internship, the intern will have an education plan and be required to complete a project on a topic of his or her choice.


The intern has the opportunity to learn about all aspects of the Society’s conservation programs while assisting staff retrieving data from the heritage programs, obtaining landowner permission for rare plant surveys, sending out volunteer assignments, and entering data. Additionally, the intern is involved in the planning and implementation of restoration and management activities, invasive species initiatives, general floristic surveys, and PCV field trips to botanically interesting locations throughout the region.


Internship: 1 full-time, 13-week position
Starting date: Flexible, as early as May 1st, no later than June 1st
Compensation: a seasonal internship with a stipend of $300.00 a week, plus free housing provided by the Society (which is taxed as a benefit valued at $140/week)


Please contact Laney Widener, Botanical Coordinator, at (508) 877-7630 ext. 3204 or lwidener@newenglandwild.org

To Apply

Submit cover letter, resume, and reference list by email to:
Laney Widener
Botanical Coordinator
New England Wild Flower Society

New Undergraduate Summer Research Opportunity! Evolution, Ecology, and Environment

Are you looking for a summer research opportunity in the broad fields of evolution, ecology, or environmental biology? There is a new REU program based in the Dept. of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (OEB) at Harvard. The program is called Evolution, Ecology, and Environment (E3 REU) and they will be welcoming their first group of interns summer of 2019. They are particularly interested in identifying underrepresented minority or first generation students who are interested in exploring research opportunities in evolution and ecology that might not otherwise be available at their home institution.

What kinds of science research opportunities are available? Research will be based in faculty labs drawn from OEB as well as the Harvard University Center for the Environment, which includes faculty from a number of Harvard departments and schools, including the Dept. of Earth and Planetary Science and the Paulson School for Engineering and Applied Science. That means that research projects may cover anything from developmental genetics to comparative genomics to systematics to global ecology to physiology to biogeochemistry.

Does the program involve more than just lab-based research? Of course! There will be weekly meetings with students in the E3 REU program as well as other Harvard-based summer research programs that will help interns develop a wide range of professional skills to support their success in graduate school. In addition to these weekly meetings, students will attend the annual Leadership Alliance National Symposium (all travel/lodging/meals covered), and there will be regular social activities and field excursions. You can find out more about the program here and here.

Deadline: February 1, 2019

How to Apply: Students apply through the Leadership Alliance Summer Research-Early Identification program. Students interested in the Harvard E3 REU should select Harvard University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences as at least one of their target programs in their application.

Questions? Check out their FAQ.

Data Analytics Summer Intern with Locus Analytics

Are you interested in data analytics and up for a REALLY INTERACTIVE and dynamic summer internship in NYC? Then consider this highly competitive opportunity with Midd alumnus Rory Riggs ’75, who created and runs Locus Analytics. We’d love to see a Middlebury student there this summer!

Locus Analytics, a research firm in New York City, studies the network of relationships within the global economy. Locus has developed methods incorporating linguistics, complex systems, and graph theory for analyzing large, unstructured datasets. This methodology is used to model economic interactions at all scales, from small informal enterprises to major technology conglomerates. We have used our proprietary classification system to construct a database that indexes thousands of companies worldwide.

Interns collaborate in small teams, each tasked with projects and assigned a mentor from the Locus team. In previous summers, interns have pursued a wide variety of projects and questions designed around their skill sets. These have included creating standardized profiles of zip codes based on their makeup of economic functions and census data, developing data visualization prototyping tools, and clustering and classification machine learning projects. This is a unique opportunity to help build a project from the beginning — each team is entrusted with planning and executing its own end­-to-­end project strategy from design and implementation to testing and presentation. As a part of this team, you will have the chance to experience what it is like to completely ideate and realize a project and it’s goals and will be a valued and trusted member of our team.

Minimum Requirements

    • Strong quantitative skills
    • Strong ability in at least one general purpose programming language (e.g. Python, C++, Java, etc.)
    • Excellent problem-solving skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills – ability to communicate technical concepts to non-technical audiences
Locus will cover all visa expenses for international students.
The internship will last approximately 10 weeks beginning in mid-June.
Please direct any questions to apply@locus.co.
Learn more in Handshake.

Required and Recommended Coursework by Dental School

The ADEA AADSAS® Participating Dental Schools Required and Recommended Courses chart is a helpful resource for prospective dental school applicants to easily access required and recommended coursework. Traditionally, dental schools expect applicants to complete two semesters (three quarters) of biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry and physics. It’s important to know how dental schools differ on the additional classes they require, so we encourage students to thoroughly research each school they are interested in applying to for any additional prerequisites.

GoDental Recruitment Event March 16 in Chicago

The holidays may be over, but there’s still time to give yourself the gift of knowledge.

The 2019 ADEA GoDental Recruitment Event on March 16 in Chicago, IL, is THE opportunity to find answers to your most pressing questions about the dental school admissions process.

Register today for FREE!

With more than 50 U.S. dental schools represented, this is a must-attend event for prospective dental school applicants! Take advantage of this opportunity to leave a lasting impression on representatives from dental schools you might apply to as soon as next summer.

Plus, be inspired by future classmates and walk away with the confidence and tools you need to be a standout candidate and successfully submit your application.

View the agenda and hotel information at adea.org/godental19.

A limited amount of travel assistance will be available to individuals traveling from outside the Chicago area. Applications for travel assistance, which are completed during registration, will close at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time on February 15, 2019. Individuals that submitted a complete travel assistance application by the deadline will receive an email about the status of their request no later than February 22, 2019.

Cornell University Summer Scholars Program

Cornell AgriTech offers a Summer Research Scholars Program for undergraduate students to carry-out their own independent research projects in Entomology, Horticulture/Plant Breeding, and Plant Pathology.

Student interns will work with faculty, their graduate students and postdocs on research projects focused on specialty crops that can be laboratory and/or field-based.

You can apply online on their website.

Applications are due February 3, 2019.

Specifics for 2019 program

  • Nine week internships to conduct research in a faculty program at Cornell AgriTech
  • Gain research experience and learn about the diverse agriculture and food systems in New York
  • Additional professional enrichment programming and field trips will be offered
  • Benefits include housing and a $4,825 stipend
  • Starts on May 29, 2019 (May 28 for travel) and runs through July 26, 2019 (July 27 for travel)


  • Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to be eligible for USDA NIFA funding.
  • Must be 18 years of age by May 28, 2019
  • Must have completed two, and preferably three, years of college level study in one of the life sciences by June 2019

Partially funded by a grant from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.