Internship Information for Biological and Health Science Department Students

Wheaton College Science Division Summer Research

Each summer the Science Division of Wheaton College provides opportunities for students to conduct funded research with Wheaton faculty members. Students work for 8-10 weeks during the summer conducting research with faculty mentors. They receive a stipend provided by various sources of funding to the College and free Housing provided through the College. For more information contact Biological and Health Science faculty.

Off-Campus Summer Research Undergraduate Programs 2022-2023:

Medical Internships

Botany Internships

Ecology and Environmental Studies Internships

Marine Biology Internships

Other Internship Opportunities

Resources for Careers

  • USAJOBS USAJOBS is an organization for helping people find federal employment, including employment in the natural sciences. One can search the thousands of federal jobs and create a resume right on the website.
  • CUR-Council on Undergraduate Research Registry of Undergraduate Researchers and Graduate Schools.
    The Council on Undergraduate Research has initiated a Registry of Undergraduate Researchers. The purpose of this registry is to facilitate matchmaking between undergraduates with research experience and a desire to pursue an advanced degree, and graduate schools seeking high quality students who are well prepared for research. Currently the Registry is open to students and graduate schools/employers in the fields of Astronomy, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Geosciences, Engineering, Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology/Archaeology.
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Wheaton College Internship and Career Resources

  • Wheaton College Center for Vacation and Career provides students with excellent resources. Their "menu" of services include career counseling, internship assistance, resume and cover letter critique, StrengthsQuest assessment tool, on-campus interviews, career events, fairs and workshops, resource library, online job postings, mock interviews, informational interview contacts, and networking opportunities.
  • Wheaton College Health Professions Office - lists opportunities for students in shadowing, internships, pre-veterinary internships, gap year ideas, etc.
  • Wheaton College Sociology & Anthropology Internships lists internships that may be of interest to BHS Majors.
  • Thinking about becoming a science teacher? A Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program is available with a Biology major. A Combined Bachelor's/MAT program may be completed in six years and one summer. See the Education section in the catalog.