Undergraduate Opportunities / Announcements
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For the second year, SunPower is hiring a paid college summer intern to work with our education services, the SunPower Horizons™ program.
195CE internship courses offer 4-unit independent study opportunities for juniors and seniors. Students typically work 8-10 hours per week and must be supervised at a professional off-campus workplace. Paid or unpaid internships with corporate, non-profit or government agencies can qualify for academic credit.
Professor Claudia Goldin, Henry Lee Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Harvard University is hiring a research assistant to work closely with her during 2017-2018. Start date will be Summer 2017 and the position can last a full year or more.
The Berkeley Charter of Professional Accountancy (BCPA) program at UC Berkeley is being offered to Economics students at UCLA. The BCPA is a mid-May to mid-August program which allows students from any major to take 30 unit of accounting over two summer’s time and be CPA-exam eligible upon graduation.
We are looking for Math students who are graduating in December to join our Product Specialist Team! In this role, you will have the opportunity to interact with top minds from the world’s most innovative companies, helping them solve complex problems every day.
Art of Problem Solving (http://artofproblemsolving.com/) is currently looking for summer interns to work at our offices in San Diego for the upcoming summer.
On behalf of Brennan Spiegel, MD, MSHS, Assistant Dean, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
and Director of Health Services Research, Cedars-Sinai Health System, I wanted to make you aware of a unique new Master’s Program.
My name is Carol, and I wanted to make our new scholarship opportunity available to your students and visitors. The application is free for everyone, and the award amount is $3,000 per semester to students.
Itʼs not too early to begin preparing your applications for paid summer research experiences and graduate programs!
584 different paid summer research programs for undergraduates:
Social Justice Learning Institute
(SJLI) Academic Support Tutor
Join us for the official LAUNCHING of our Industry Meet-Up Series for South Campus majors. The purpose of these monthly peer group meet-ups is to give students an opportunity to learn about an
The City Internships Student Ambassador Program is designed to give students the opportunity to fund their participation on the Global Explorer Program, earn free flights, accommodation and other assistance.
Department of Biomathematics Seminar Series: Frontiers in Systems and Integrative Biology
Science for the greater good: how a Math professor saved the Italian coastline from Big Oil
Maria D’Orsogna, Ph.D.
The Center for Community Learning is now enrolling juniors and seniors for 195CE internship courses. Intake appointments will be available February 27-March 24 and April 3-14—or until courses fill. Students typically work 8-10 hours per week at an approved off-campus organization (corporate, non-profit, or government agency).
UC Davis Summer Abroad offers UCLA students the opportunity to earn 8 units of UC credit in just four weeks—while studying on another country! All programs are open to all students, from freshmen to graduating seniors. UCLA Summer Aid applies! Ask your Financial Aid Office for more information.
We would like to invite you to attend our Health School Information Fair taking place on Monday, April 17th from 11AM – 3PM
on the UCLA campus at Ackerman Grand Ballroom.
The MARC U*STAR Program is a two-year, NIH-funded, undergraduate honors program that seeks to increase the number of scientists from diverse backgrounds that significantly impact health-related research.
I would like to invite you to attend UCLA’s Undergraduate Research Week, which is being held May 22-26, 2017. A highlight of the week is Research Poster Day on Tuesday, May 23, 1 – 4 p.m., where over 800 students in all disciplines and majors will present their work in Pauley Pavilion.
Announcing the Competition for the 2017 Peter Rotter and Teague-Melville Essay Prizes. Recognizing superior achievement in undergraduate writing in the Humanities. Prize winners receive up to $1,000 each.