A list of eleven top summer programs for students interested in engineering.
MIT freshmen embark on their college careers with a wealth of knowledge and experiences and are eager to put them to use. F/ASIP helps them develop their career and professional skills and links them to forward- thinking companies, The results are experiences with immediate and tangible value to both students and employers. More information on how to participate in F/ASIPWorking closely with a network of premier corporations, universities and research institutes, the MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives - - better known as MISTI - - matches hundreds of MIT students annually with all- expenses- paid internships and research abroad.
Our mission: to prepare MIT sophomores to successfully integrate into and thrive in the professional world and to be strong contributors to their organizations, supported by a dynamic community of students, program staff, employers, faculty, MIT alums, and other friends of the program. The Energy. Intern email list publicizes open internship positions and recruitment events to students. Email MIT EI to submit a short description of your internship or program, including how to apply. Posts are not edited before distribution, though the list is moderated.
Departmental Programs. Some academic departments have recruiting or internship programs that may only be available to their students.(primarily undergraduate students)Contact: Marie Stuppard, Student Servcies(undergraduate and graduate students)If you are seeking graduate candidates in chemical engineering, the department will assist you with recruiting by scheduling a visit date, advertising your arrival, providing you with an interview room, and supporting you as much as possible. If you are interested, please contact the graduate student office to arrange a recruiting visit.(undergraduate and graduate students)Contact: Eric Adams and Peter Shanahan. Contact: Mary Jane Daly, Professional Development Director. Contact: Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Director: Professor Tomas Palacios.
Undergraduate Programs; Graduate Program; Research Interests: Faculty&non-Faculty Supervisors; Academic Information; Who's Teaching What; Program. Read about the MIT LGO program in electrical engineering and computer. Welcome to the website for the Michigan State University High School Honors Science/Mathematics/Engineering Program. Please note that only US citizens and permanent residents are eligible for the HSHSP summer program.
Staff: Kathleen M. Sullivan(graduate students)Contact. All LGO partner companies are invited to visit the MIT campus in mid- November and interview non- sponsored students in the second- year class. All non- sponsored students are eligible to interview with all participating companies. Second- year LGO students are eligible to participate in Sloan's MBA recruiting through Sloan's Career Development office.(undergraduate and graduate students)The Industrial Internship Program of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT offers students the opportunity to experience research, development, or production in industry. For the bachelor's degree, two ten- week work periods in an industrial or governmental establishment are required. Normally, these occur during the summers preceding the junior and senior years.
Students register for the MIT subject, . A candidate for the master's degree begins a six- month work period in June following the senior year. The student's work, suitably reported, comprises the master's thesis. Program Coordinators: Joseph M.
Wuensch; Undergraduate Administrator: Amy Shea(undergraduate minority students)Contact. Students receive a paid policy internship in the offices of government agencies, the private sector, and advocacy groups. The program includes a trip to D. C. Past summer interns have worked in the White House Office of Science and Technology, the House of Representatives Science Committee, the U. S. Department of Energy, the American Electronics Association, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, NASA, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the American Association for World Health, the American Enterprise Institute, the American Public Health Association, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Center for Democracy and Technology, the Congressional Research Service, the Brookings Institution, the Economic Policy Institute, the Inter. American Development Bank, the World Bank Group, USAID, the National Academy of Sciences, the National Institutes of Health, the Climate Institute, and the MIT Washington Office. Contact: Tobie Weiner, Department of Political Science.