We have an upcoming event–the second annual Noyce STEM Summer Internship Showcase on Friday, September 25th from 11 am to 1 pm in the Morris University Center (former Art Gallery, Second Floor). The showcase is a great opportunity for current freshmen to speak with last year’s interns and learn more about the program.
In spring 2016 we will be selecting another fourteen undergraduate interns for 200-hour summer internships and $2,500 stipend through the SIUE Noyce Science and Math Programs, sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Noyce Interns are SIUE freshmen and sophomores and local community college students who have an interest in teaching and communicating STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) to general audiences. The program offers training and placement with a host organization.
If you’re interested in the Noyce program and what our interns accomplished this past summer, this is a great opportunity to hear from the young people who have been through the program.
More details about the showcase are available on the attached flyer, and applications will open in spring on the website siuenoyce.org. See you at the showcase!