Women in Engineering
Summer Internship Program
Each summer, the Women in Engineering Program in the A James Clark School of Engineering hires interns to assist with the development and coordination of middle and high school summer camps. The 8-week internship program allows undergraduates who are interested in working directly with middle and high school-aged students to enhance their leadership, communication, and program planning skills while building mentoring relationships with camp participants.
All WIE summer programs aim to increase middle and high school student interest in engineering by providing opportunities for learning, engagement, and empowerment.
Applicants must commit to the full, 8-week, duration of the program in order to be considered. Applicants that are offered an internship position are also expected to submit to fingerprinting and pass a background check.
WIE will cover the cost of obtaining a background check and fingerprinting. CPR Training and Medical Administration Training is also covered for all interns. Interns will receive a competitive stipend.
For more information and to apply, visit: Stay Tuned for Summer 2022 Information!