Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunities

            There are many opportunities for 10-12 week summer research programs for undergraduates throughout the country.  The AAMC keeps a list that can be found here:  https://www.aamc.org/members/great/61052/great_summerlinks.html

Note that this list may not be comprehensive- there are some schools that have programs not listed here.  This will take some research to do on your own.  If you know of a place that you would like to work in the summer, and it is not listed here, then go to the school's website and search for summer undergraduate research opportunities.  It may take some “digging” but if they have a program then you should be able to find it!

Listed below are programs that have directly sent us links to their programs and advertised them.  Not all schools do this. The list from the AAMC shown above is a great place to start!


Carleton Summer Internship

February 23, 2012
By Lorie Tuma

Experience how the skills of method acting can turn on the physiology of a happy, fun and healthy
performance -- every day -- in/on/at every stage of life. Discover how to master techniques for directing,
staging, scripting, costuming and acting on the "chemistry" of the person you want to be. The benefits are
dramatic. Now science agrees, grandma was right. When you put on a happy face and ACT HAPPY, you
perform well, you're less stressed, more energetic. You feel UP-BEAT! More alive! You feel better. And,
yes, you're healthier, more creative, more productive and more successful!

Most interviews would be in the Twin Cities. This would be both a Carletotn and ActHappy.com project.
Travel back and forth between Carleton and the Twin Cities. Would be a great project to use and promote
Carleton and the Weitz Center.

Preferred Major: Pre-Health Science, with Drama interests.

Preferred Class Year: Sophomores and Juniors.

Submit resume and cover letter to the tunnel by March 1. Contact the Career Center with any questions.