THE DEADLINE FOR THE 2019 SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM HAS PASSED
For the 2020 summer research internship program, undergraduate college students must have completed at least one year of higher education (equivalent to 24 credit hours) by May 11, 2020, be enrolled in a science-related degree program, and maintain a minimum of a 3.0 GPA. Students who have graduated with a Bachelor’s degree before the start date of the summer internship program (May 11, 2020) are ineligible. If you are currently enrolled as a high school student or in a Master’s degree program, you are ineligible to participate in the undergraduate research summer internship program.
International students are eligible to apply if they meet the requirements for the program and are legally permitted to work and earn income in the United States. The Institute typically will not sponsor visas for summer-only employment.
If interested in the Medical Student Summer Research Internship Program, please read the eligibility and application details here.
Undergraduate & Internship Program Committee (98001 / VAIGS)
Van Andel Research Institute / Van Andel Institute Graduate School
333 Bostwick Avenue NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-2518
Completed applications for the 2020 summer internship program will be reviewed by Undergraduate & Internship Program Committee and Van Andel Research Institute faculty after February 15, 2020. Applicants selected for interviews are generally contacted by mid-March and employment offers are extended by the end of March. If additional summer opportunities become available after this time, waitlisted applications may be considered.
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