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We are seeking an entry-level QC scientist to work with the Kemp team to test various proteins during the development and production process. You will be expected to use a variety of standard scientific assay techniques to check that internal and client specifications are met.


Internships require a 3.0 GPA, are 10-12 weeks in length (June to September). They are paid, hours very dependent on the role, students need to be enrolled in a bachelor’s program, and may not be employed at another entity at the start of the internship. Students must be enrolled in the fall semester after the completion of the internship and must also be authorized to work in the U.S. without Kite sponsorship. For more information on other Kite Pharma opportunities visit

Intern, Facilities and Engineering
R0016087 | United States - Maryland - Frederick | Posted 21 Days Ago

Undergraduate Intern, Manufacturing/IT
R0016084 | United States - Maryland - Frederick | Posted 22 Days Ago

Undergraduate Intern, Quality Control
R0015959 | United States - Maryland - Frederick | Posted 30+ Days Ago

Undergraduate Intern, Technical Operations - Manufacturing
R0015911 | United States - Maryland - Frederick | Posted 30+ Days Ago

Undergraduate Intern, Quality Control
R0015892 | United States - Maryland - Frederick | Posted 30+ Days Ago

Undergraduate Intern, Facilities and Engineering
R0015866 | United States - Maryland - Frederick | Posted 30+ Days Ago

Undergraduate Intern, Facilities & Engineering
R0015864 | United States - Maryland - Frederick | Posted 30+ Days Ago

Undergraduate Intern, Technical Operations – Manufacturing Process Development
R0015863 | United States - Maryland - Frederick | Posted 30+ Days Ago

Undergraduate Intern, Technical Operations – Manufacturing Process Development
R0015861 | United States - Maryland - Frederick | Posted 30+ Days Ago

Graduate Intern, EH&S
R0015848 | United States - Maryland - Frederick | Posted 30+ Days Ago

Disturbance Ecology in Central Appalachia NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program at Eastern Kentucky University

Eastern Kentucky University is seeking applicants for a summer REU program. The theme of the research is disturbance ecology. Students will work at Lilley Cornett Woods, a field station with old-growth forest in eastern Kentucky, and in Daniel Boone National Forest. This is a 10 week program running from May 24 - July 30, 2021.

Research projects for summer 2021 include studies of fish, salamanders, aquatic invertebrates, copperheads, migratory birds, small mammals, pollinators, old-growth forest, geohydrology, ecological resilience, remote sensing, and GIS. Students will be paired with faculty mentors and work closely with agency professionals. Students will develop research skills including communication, data collection and management, analysis, and writing, while also learning to work in remote field locations. Students will also participate in professional development workshops and recreational trips.

Student benefits include a stipend of $6000, housing, a food allowance, travel costs to and from EKU, research travel during the summer, and research supplies.

To be eligible, students must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or permanent resident and an undergraduate graduating no earlier than Fall 2021. We especially encourage applications from underrepresented minorities, veterans, persons with disabilities, first generation college students, financially disadvantaged students, and students from colleges with limited research opportunities. Covid-19 related restrictions may create limitations for housing and travel.

Applications are due February 19, 2021. Participants will be selected by March 15, 2021. More information including the application can be found at Questions can be sent to David Brown or Kelly Watson at

The “Ecology in Human-Dominated Landscapes” Research Experience for Undergraduate students (Ecology-REU) at Miami University, Ohio, will begin recruiting students for the 2021 summer program. Undergraduate students will have the opportunity to partake in independent research, receiving guidance from experienced faculty mentors and field experience at sites such as Miami University’s Ecology Research Center (ERC), Hueston Woods State Park, and more.

The objective of our REU program is for students to develop hands-on research to understand the ecological effects human activities can have in our changing world. Research projects may be available in areas such as community ecology, limnology, behavioral ecology, microbiology, conservation genetics, ecotoxicology, and more. Our program has run for almost 20 years, and you can check previous Research Experiences Here!

Duration of the program:

-       10 weeks, between May 31st and August 6th

Eligibility criteria:

-       U.S Citizen, National, or Permanent Resident. All students are welcome to apply, and we encourage students from historically under-represented groups in STEM to apply as well as students from institutions with little research opportunities and/or in financial need.
-       Students must be enrolled for Fall 2021 at their home institution.
-       Prior coursework in ecology and environmental science is recommended. 


-       Funding for research
-       Summer stipend
-       Room & Board at Miami University
-       Paid travel expenses

Application process:

-      Resume or CV
-      Contact of two references whom you have asked to write recommendation letters
-      Personal statement of interest
-      Unofficial/official transcripts of previous and current college/university you have attended
-      We expect applications will open on December 14th
-       You can check the requirement list and apply online HERE!


For more information or in case of any doubt, please visit our REU website or write to

There is a position available for a Master's student research assistantship, providing a 24-month stipend plus benefits and tuition waiver at the University of Massachusetts. The graduate student will work with the U.S. Geological Survey Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center, state fish and game agencies, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to inform Species Status Assessments for the endemic butterflies of the northeastern U.S. Ultimately, this project will inform natural resource management decisions related to land protection, invasive species treatment, recreation management, and a host of other conservation challenges.

The M.S. student will 1) work with a captive colony to perform ex-situ and in-situ experiments to complete the life history profile for both the White Mountain artic and the White Mountain Fritillary and test potential climate change impacts on overwintering survival; and 2) conduct mark recapture surveys and track female ovipositing in the wild.

The graduate student's advisor, Toni Lyn Morelli, is located (in pre/post-Covid time) on the campus of University of Massachusetts in Amherst, in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts. This is a fantastic location, with a remarkable mix of college atmosphere (Smith, Mt Holyoke, and Amherst Colleges are also here), culture, and work-life balance. The fellow will be part of a vibrant Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center (NE CASC) community ( and co-located with USGS scientists. The NE CASC mission is to work with natural and cultural resource managers in the Northeast and Midwest regions to use climate science to inform decisions and co-produce information and tools for climate change adaptation.

Applicant must have completed a B.S. or B.A. by May 2021, preferably related to ecology, environmental science, or resource management. Preference will be given to applicants who have experience working with butterflies or other insects, performing work in challenging field conditions including long days of hiking in rapidly changing weather/high elevation, and analyzing population data. Other important qualifications are a strong work ethic, problem-solving and time management skills, creativity, an ability to work independently, and a track record of publications. Black, indigenous and other applicants of color highly encouraged.

To be considered for this position, please send a cover letter outlining your interests, research background, and relevant experience; a curriculum vitae; and contact information for 3 professional references (name, email, phone, address) combined in a single PDF file with the file name formatted as lastname_firstname to Toni Lyn Morelli at Review of applications will begin  January 5, 2021.

Start Date: Summer 2021

Location: Remote or University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

We are currently seeking candidates who are working towards obtaining a Bachelors degree (but not limited to) a Doctorate of Pharmacy (Pharm D) or PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences for an internship during the summer. 

What are the objectives/goals of the position?

Projects related to PM tools, Business Operations, improvement of processes and dashboards.

What are the primary duties of this position? 

You will work closely with Project managers to create tools, documents, dashboard and improve reports required on various project management activities.

  • Help with purchase order management
  • Process development and creation of process maps
  • Documentation support for Bioanalysis activities
  • Contributing to submissions and operations publication

 Academic Major Required:

  • Engineering
  • Biological/Life sciences
  • Physical Science
  • Accounting/Finance specifically related to Project Management

Position Requirements:

  • Proficient with Microsoft Suite (PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, MS Office)
  • Good communication, organization skills and meticulous attention to detail are essential.
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0+

No one in Frederick County should go hungry. The Frederick Community is very generous and there are enough resources to overcome food insecurity issues. Thus, it is necessary to identify those areas and populations in need of food along with connecting with those who want to provide food outreaches. The F.O.O.D. (Frederick Organizations Optimizing Distribution) Intern is primarily responsible addressing food insecurity issues by connecting those in need with those who want to help.  The ultimate goal of this position is to eliminate duplication and unnecessary competition while maximizing effectiveness to meet the needs of those who are hungry and impoverished. 

FOOD Data Intern_ Job Description DRAFT 2020 - LA 4838-0973-5641 6.docx

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Montgomery County Department of Parks is seeking two Natural Resources Interns to work alongside specialists in the Resource Analysis Section of the Park Planning and Stewardship Division to implement a variety of biological monitoring, stream restoration, stormwater management, and GIS projects and initiatives. Learn more and apply by March 31st at Positions will be filled at either the undergraduate (Intern I, pay rate $12.28/hr) or graduate (Intern II, pay rate $15.25/hr) level, dependent upon education and experience, with an expected start date of mid-to-late May.