Backyard Brains has an extremely exciting opportunity for you to contribute to its on-going neuroscience experiment as an intern. It is a short-term internship program that may run 3 to 6 months, depending on projects that you will be assigned.
Backyard Brains Neuroscience Experiment Intern will mainly focus on developing and running experiments in ongoing research projects. Selected candidates will work 40 hours per week and be paid a competitive hourly compensation rate of $15.
So, if you think like a scientist and things like scientific discovery and designing innovative, impactful experiments and new inventions excite you, then this internship could be the right platform for you to show your skills to the world.
Backyard Brains is a DIY neuroscience company dedicated to bringing the brain to everyone. It hires people who are interested in studying the brain as 20% of people around the world have been suffering from a neurological disorder. It provides everyone (from school kids to graduate students to graduates) with affordable neuroscience experiment kits to learn about electrophysiology and help be the next great neuroscientist.
The program will take place in Ann Arbor, MI.
The length of this program is 3 to 6 months.
As a participant of this program, you will get the chance to do experiments in the field of neuroscience under the supervision of professionals. You will get lots of mentorships, attend training and learning sessions, meet new people and make good connections and grasp the valuable experience along with a good rate of compensation.
To qualify for this amazing summer internship program, you must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- A STEM undergrad, currently taking a break from the classroom.
- Passionate about scientific discovery and designing innovative, impactful experiments.
- Experienced in or excited by a future of scientific outreach.
- Able to guide a project through every step and take initiative when help is needed.
- Looking forward to being a neuroscience ambassador.
- Living in the Ann Arbor area.
How to Apply:
All applicants will need to send their resume and cover letter including your research experience (if you have) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no deadline. Applications will remain open until the post is filled.