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DiscoverGenomics! Science Education Program

Internship Program

Application Process

The JCVI Internship Program uses a rolling admissions process, i.e., applications are considered as they are received. Only complete applications will be considered. If a faculty member or senior staff is interested in your application, you will be contacted to begin the interview process. If you are selected, you will receive an official offer from the JCVI HR department. Once a position is filled, all applicants to that position will be notified. To check your application’s status, please contact the JCVI Education Department.

In the space set aside for attaching your resume, please submit the following in one file:

  • Your resume
  • Your current school transcript (does not have to be official).
  • An essay explaining:
    • Your specific scientific interests
    • How your skills and coursework are relevant to the position
    • How this Internship will prepare you to meet your professional goals

* Please ensure that the document is one of the following file types: MS Word (.doc or .docx), Rich Text File (.rtf), or a PDF.

When to Apply

Internship positions are posted throughout the year. The positions are posted on our “Careers” page with all other open JCVI employment opportunities.  If you are interested in interning with JCVI, please click “View job opportunities” to read the intern position descriptions and apply. You may apply to more than one position.

J. Craig Venter Institute is an equal opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, national origin or ancestry, color, religion, creed, sex, age, marital status, presence of children, pregnancy, sexual orientation, genetic status, gender identity, mental or physical handicap, status as a covered veteran, status as a qualified disabled individual, except where sex is a bona fide occupational requirement, or where disability status is a bona fide occupational disqualification or any other legally protected status.

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