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Education - Summer Internships
IGS has a long history of hosting high school and college students for summer internships. Types of work students might engage in include: computer coding, lab tasks (e.g. DNA extractions), analysis tasks (e.g. genome annotation), and outreach.
Apply for an internship or request more information:
To apply or to request more information, please email Michelle Giglio. Applications should consist of your resume/CV and a letter describing your interests, the kind of experience you want (e.g. wet lab, bioinformatics), and why you want to internship at IGS. Please note that there are a limited number of slots. Application materials should be sent by March 1st for the following summer.