Designed for high school and undergraduate students from minority backgrounds, GWC internships match participants with faculty mentors from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and other ISU departments. Interns live in residence halls, attend weekly seminars, complete an original research project, prepare an abstract and a written report, and present their findings at a program-ending research symposium. In addition, students receive advice and guidance about undergraduate and graduate admissions and prospective career opportunities.
|Name||Iowa State University George Washington Carver Internship Program|
|Program Focuses & Features||Science|
|Grade Range (rising grades)||10-12|
|Age Range||Residential — Coed Ages 16-18|
|Dates & Sessions||June-Aug;|