NIEHS Scholars Connect Program
NSCP is designed to provide an opportunity for highly motivated science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) focused undergraduate students from the surrounding Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) and other nearby academic institutions with students from underrepresented groups to solidly connect with NIEHS and engage in many of its educational, informational, training, and career-oriented outlets.
Scholars will be selected by a mentor/lab, and will:
- Define a project
- Construct a hypothesis
- Test the hypothesis
- Analyze the results/draw conclusions
- Report the results
Scholars will also:
- Attend workshops and seminars, including a mandatory orientation week
- Meet weekly with the OSED director and/or Program Coordinator
- Present their project at the end of each semester (Connection)
- Submit additional assignments
Stipend: ~ $2000/month (Summer Connection); ~ $800/month (Fall and Spring Connections)
Time Commitment: Full-time internship (40 hours/week) during the Summer Connection; Part-time (15 hours/week) during the Fall and Spring Connections
The 2016-2017 application will open November 23, 2015 and close on March 14, 2016 – please submit your application by then, as none will be accepted after the closing date.
Please note that the application form must be filled out and submitted in one session. A partially completed form cannot be saved and finished later.
Questions? Please contact Dr. Ericka Reid (NSCP Director) or Dr. Erica Rogers (NSCP Coordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org.