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Internships

Tremendous academic growth and rich learning opportunities have helped Biosciences interns take their skills to the next level. Eligible internships may be available through the following partners:

*Arizona Biology Network
*State Agricultural Laboratory
*Barrow Neurological Institute
*The Biodesign Institute at ASU
*TGen

The program targets Biology Majors interested in expanding their knowledge of Biotechnology, Genetic Engineering, and Molecular and Cellular Biology. Internships provide valuable experiences to any student interested in pursuing future studies in the field of Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology, or Medicine.

Due to the technical nature of the internship, a good conceptual understanding of Cellular and Molecular Biology is strongly recommended. Students interested in the program should have completed BIO 181 and BIO 247 before starting the internship. Even though internships are typically summer long experiences, students interested in a semester long internship can do it by enrolling in BIO 249, "Applied Biosciences: Biotechnology Internship."

S-STEM Program Internships

Please visit the S-STEM/TRAIN Program page for more information about this internship opportunity.

Meet our Previous Interns

Meet some of the former students from Phoenix College who have helped shape their future with a Biosciences internship. Learn about their research projects and academic accomplishments.

Follow link below for more information on student internship blogs:

http://s-stemmentor.blogspot.com/