Rochester Institute of Technology Comprehensive Lists
The following are very extensive, albeit crude, lists composed by the Rochester Institute of Technology. Hundreds of paid summer internship opportunities are listed and opportunities are updated each year to ensure accurate program descriptions and eligibility requirements. Use the lists to help narrow down your desired summer program and keyword search options like (Ctrl F) will help immensely. When a program interests you, click on co-op and you will be directed to the website for the selected summer program.
The video guide below will teach you how to navigate the Rochester Institute of Technology Comprehensive Lists. Be sure to use full screen.
Opportunities in Biomedical Research and for Pre-Medical Studies Students
Opportunities in Ecology, Animal & Plant Biology and Marine Science
Opportunities that may consider First-Year Undergraduates
Opportunities for Minority and Underrepresented Students
Opportunities in Bioinformatics, Genomics & Proteomics
Opportunities in University-Based Research Positions
Opportunities for Pre-Veterinary Medicine Students
Opportunities Related to Biomedical Engineering
Opportunities Related to Genetic Counseling
Opportunities with Private Companies
Opportunities in Neuroscience
Opportunities in Microbiology
Opportunities in Immunology
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