The 2014 Summer Internship Application is Open and Announcing the Genomics Scholar Program

The 2014 Summer Internship Application is now open.   Last summer, we hosted 49 interns from a pool of 424 applicants. They presented their research in the First Annual Summer Internship Poster Sessions held in San Diego and Rockville. The posters were judged by a team of volunteer JCVI scientists and the poster sessions were open to all employees, interns and their guests to share what great work they all participated in this summer.

 

 

2013 Intern Poster Session

2013 Intern Poster Session

We are also excited to announce the new Genomics Scholar Program beginning this summer and also accepting applications.  The Genomic Scholar Program (GSP) is a targeted research experience program to community college students in Rockville. Our program incorporates multiple avenues of support for students through the research experience with the Principal Investigators as mentors, and supplemental professional development provided by the JCVI.  Additionally, selected students will have the opportunity to participate in undergraduate research conferences.

The GSP is supported by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases of the National Institutes of Health under award number R25DK098111.

5 Responses to “The 2014 Summer Internship Application is Open and Announcing the Genomics Scholar Program”


  • I am not able to open the application form. Please advice. I am trying to get information for my son who is in high school would like to enroll in the summer research/internship program or the scholar program.
    Thanks.

  • Please try again. If you still have problems send a note via the contact page.

  • hello LISA,
    i want to do summer training on the subject transcriptome analysis of eukaryotic genome using bioinformatics approch
    so can you give me guidance and what requirement and what about this training fees?

  • Dear Sir,

    I am writing this e-mail to explore the possibility of joining as regard to the internship openings. I respectfully submit this letter of application for the position. I believe my academic background and experiences are well qualified to meet the needs of the project. I did my postgraduate degree in the field of Biotechnology in Bharathidasan University, India. I have experience with PCR, Gene cloning, protein expression, purification techniques like Affinity, Ion Exchange, Gel Filtration Chromatography and Characterization technique such as 2D gel electrophoresis, SDS PAGE and Western Blotting. I am very much interested in continuing my research career and explore latest techniques.

    I believe I could translate these experiences into valuable contributions according to the needs of the organization. I have enclosed my Curriculum Vitae.

    I am really interested in working in your research Group, waiting for your positive response.

    Thanks& Regards

    Prabakaran E

  • The deadline is fast approaching. After submitting your application, please be sure to check that you got an email confirmation. It should read:

    Dear Name,
    Your application has been received and assigned the id #XXXX. If you have any questions regarding your application, please contact us using the form available at http://www.jcvi.org/cms/contact/contact-form/

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