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Elon Noyce Scholars Program offering paid STEM education internships

The Elon Noyce Scholars Program is accepting applications for education-related internships for 10 first- or second-year students who are interested in any of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) disciplines.

JUNE 21, 2012 - Noyce Scholars Jaime Morin (female) and Austin Sowell are completing a 180-hour paid internship with Elon Academy. Here they work with students during an afternoon math class. (Photo by Kim Walker)

Internships can be completed during the spring and/or summer. Internships will include a variety of settings, experiences and schedules. Past interns have worked locally with programs such as Elon Academy, or away from campus in settings such as the St. Louis Science Center and Duke University's Computing Science Camp for high school students.

The total duration of each internship will be 180 hours; interns will be paid $14 per hour, for a total of $2,520 before taxes and other withholdings. Interns take a one-credit STEM education course in the spring to prepare for the internship.

More information is available by clicking here. The deadine for applications is Oct. 19.

Contact Jeff Carpenter at jcarpenter13@elon.edu if you have any questions.

Jeff Carpenter,
Staff
9/11/2013 3:45 PM