Penn Student Government Public Service Fellowship

The Penn Student Government Public Service Fellowship seeks to shift the culture at the University of Pennsylvania around public service by emboldening students to pursue internships, projects, and eventually careers in the field. It aims to expand accessibility to public service opportunities for undergraduates. 

Students may either apply to an existing internship or coordinate an internship of their choice with a non-profit. All internships must be associated with a social impact, non-profit organization, or local, state, or, federal government agency. 

Student Exhibition Internship

The Penn Museum offers paid internships to three undergraduate students at Penn to work with Museum staff and create a small exhibition. The year-long internship focuses on the planning, development, design, fabrication, and installation of a small exhibition featured in the Penn Museum. Interns will learn first-hand about the curatorial, content development, administrative, and design aspects of staging an exhibition in a large museum. After the exhibition’s opening, students will implement educational programs and events for the Museum’s public and academic audiences.

SNF Paideia Fellowship

We’re accepting applications to the Fellows program in two rounds. Students who wish to apply for the first round may submit their application up through Sunday, January 30. Students applying in the second round have through Sunday, February 27. Current first year students are eligible to apply to the program. Selected Fellows participate in the program for three years, from their sophomore through senior year.

Contact Information

First-year students may apply directly to the SNF Paideia Fellows Program here: Fellows Application 2021
Faculty members and staff may nominate a student by completing a brief online form here: Fellows Nomination and Reference 2021
Contact Leah Anderson, leahand@upenn.edu, the Executive Director of the SNF Paideia Program, with questions.

AAPM’s “DREAM” Program - Diversity Recruitment through Education and Mentoring Program

The American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) Diversity Recruitment through Education and Mentoring Program "DREAM" is a 10 week summer program designed to increase the number of women and racially underrepresented groups in medical physics by offering research opportunities, outreach and strategic mentorship geared towards recruiting a more robust and diverse group of skilled undergraduate students in the field of medical physics. DREAM students will be placed into summer research and mentorship groups that are consistent with their research and career interests.

Quantitative and Physical Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (QP-SURF)

The Quantitative and Physical Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (QP-SURF) Program at UT Southwestern Medical Center's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is an intensive summer research training experience for college students preparing for Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. careers in biomedical research. Fellows spend 10 weeks (early June through mid-August) pursuing individual research projects in the laboratories of Graduate School faculty members.

Contact Information

Deborah Evalds, Supervisor, Education Programs
Phone: 214-648-0007
Fax: 214-648-4150
Email

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry Summer Scholars Program

The Summer Scholars Program is designed to encourage students from historically underrepresented minority groups in the STEM fields interested in a PhD degree in the Biological or Biomedical Sciences and for students with a potential interest in attending graduate school at the University of Rochester. The Summer Scholars Program is aimed at providing research opportunities in all aspects of Biological or Biomedical Research to undergraduates may be considering applying to graduate (PhD) programs. 

Contact Information

Ben Lovell
Program Manager
(585) 275-2933

NNCI Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program in Nanotechnology

NNCI Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program in Nanotechnology

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) programs are an excellent way for undergraduates to become acquainted with scientific research and graduate student life. REU programs typically consist of an intensive 10 week summer research experience at a university different than your own. Most research centers sponsor REU-like programs as part of their education and outreach efforts.

Penn Biomedical Graduate Studies Summer Undergraduate Internship Program

The University of Pennsylvania Summer Undergraduate Internship Program (SUIP) provides an intense research experience to students interested in graduate study in the biomedical and biological sciences. The program has been in existence since 1993. Approximately 30 college students from across the US participate each year; most are rising juniors and seniors, but occasionally we admit a rising sophomore.

Contact Information

Nagee Brown
Office of Research and Diversity Training
Perelman School of Medicine
Email: Nagee.brown@pennmedicine.upenn.edu
Phone: 215-898-3396

Perry World House Student Fellows

Perry World House is seeking applications from rising Penn sophomores, juniors and seniors for its 2022-2023 class of World House Student Fellows. This competitive program is intended for undergraduate students from any school or department who have demonstrated a serious interest in exploring global affairs in depth during their time at Penn. World House Student Fellows will participate in a series of seminars, projects, and activities oriented around critical global inquiry.

Contact Information

Michael C. Horowitz

Professor of Political Science

Interim Director, Perry World House

University of Pennsylvania

Phone: 215-898-6155

Email: horom@sas.upenn.edu

Web: https://www.sas.upenn.edu/polisci/people/standing-faculty/michael-c-horowitz

Pages