Women in Science Project
You can get a mentor who is a professional scientist or engineer in industry or government through MentorNet. Apply online at MentorNet.net at anytime during the year. Open to Dartmouth men and women undergraduates, graduates, post docs and junior faculty.
6243 Parker House, 2nd floor
(Located in a two-story white frame house)
Phone: (603) 646-3690
How to Get Started Finding an Internship - Other Helpful Websites
- webGURU: Guide for Undergraduate Research — The purpose of this website is to provide undergraduates interested in and/or currently participating in undergraduate research experiences in science, technology, engineering, an/or mathematics with ready information and links to reliable electronic resources on all aspects of the undergraduate research experience.
- Tech-Interns — With support from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) has launched Tech-Interns.com, a great new site. This site is an easy-to-use resource that directs students to numerous internship programs, research opportunities, links to scholarship information, and useful career development tools. You'll find a searchable database with more than 200 different internship and research opportunities available in 20 different engineering and science disciplines. There are also links to additional resources on technical job opportunities, scholarship and financial aid information, articles on writing a resume, and interviewing tips. A Frequently Asked Questions page offers answers to the many different questions a student might ask on that quest for the ideal internship.
- USAJOBS - Student Jobs — This site provides information on Federal Government job opportunities. There is no charge for using this site and users are not required to pre-register to look for a job. There are also interesting internships available with many government agencies doing science and engineering work.
- Engineers Without Borders http://www.ewb-usa.org/opportunites-intern.html — This website lists many interesting opportunities to combine engineering with volunteering on a global scale.
- Entry Point — Entry Point!, a program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), offers summer internships and semester co-ops in major companies throughout the United States, including NASA, IBM, NIH, Texas Instruments, and J.P. Morgan Chase. Entry Point! is available to students with disabilities majoring in life sciences, computer science, engineering, mathematics, and some social science and business fields.
- The National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) offers a number of scholarships and internships for undergraduates and graduates in engineering. Internship opportunities include stints with Engineers Without Borders, DuPont, and the National Research Council.
- The NASA Academy represents an immersive and integrated multidisciplinary exposure and training, for students with various backgrounds and career aspirations of critical importance to the National aerospace program. The application deadline has passed, but please keep this program in mind for next year. The deadline is typically in the middle of January.
- The Sloan Career Cornerstone Center publishes a free newsletter to provide information about career paths in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computing, and healthcare. It features profiles of different degree fields, salary profiles, and timely information about careers.