JCVI Internship Information for 2013 Is Ready

We are now accepting applications for the 2013 Summer Internship Program.  We are excited to be able to continue to inspire young scientists!  Last year, we received 546 applications.  Of which, thirty-one interns were selected to work in diverse areas.


2012 San Diego Summer Interns

2012 San Diego Summer Interns


2012 Rockville Summer Interns

2012 Rockville Summer Interns


Some of the intern projects were:

  • Isolation and Characterization of Electricity Generating Bacteria
  • Characterizing the Microbial Population of Rabbit GI Tract
  • Cloning Ureaplasma urealyticum: An Odyssey
  • Comparative Genomics of three isolate strains in the actively serpentinizing Cedars Springs
  • Coronavirus: Amplification of the HE and Spike genes in human coronavirus genomes

The 2013 JCVI Internship Program is open to accept spring and summer applications. The application process includes the submission of a resume, essay and transcripts as one PDF file via our online application site. We do not require letters of recommendation.

Information about the 2013 program can be found at http://www.jcvi.org/cms/education/internship-program/

3 Responses to “JCVI Internship Information for 2013 Is Ready”

  • Respected Sir/Ma’am,

    I am a masters student(Biotechnology and Bioinformatics) studying at IBAB(Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied Biotechnology) in Bangalore,India.

    I would want to know the eligible criteria for this internship and also if there is any financial assistance regarding the internship time period.

    Thanking You


    is there any fee for this intern.?

  • Hello,

    I am a current high school student and am very interested in the JCVI Internship program. I started my application last week, however when I log in, it only gives me the spring internship program option to choose from. Unfortunately, I cannot apply for the spring option because I will still be in high school and will not have the full time to devote to the internship. How do I apply directly for the summer internship?

    Thank you,


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