All-Expenses Paid Business, Engineering, Technology Conference — Out for Undergrad Information Session
Thursday, April 12, 2018, 6pm-7:30pm
Hodge Hall, Room 2047, 1309 East 10th Street
Hudson and Holland is partnering with Out at Kelley and the LGBTQ+ Center for an informational session on Out for Undergrad. Out for Undergrad is a nonprofit organization that provides all-expense paid workshops in business, engineering, marketing, and technology to high-achieving LGBTQ+ students. There you will learn how to leverage your identity in your future sector, network with current professionals, and have opportunities to find summer internships. The information session will include a presentation, a panel of past attendants, and, of course, FOOD! We hope to see you there on April 12th at 6:00-7:30 PM in Hodge Hall 2047.
So that we know to expect you and for catering purposes, please RSVP: https://beinvolved.indiana.edu/event/1970366
Cook Regentec is looking for a student with an interest in gaining real-world experience in a cell and molecular biology laboratory as a summer intern. The intern will perform experiments under the direction of a Senior Scientist in our BSL2 laboratory located at Cook Regentec in Bloomington, IN. The position requires a strong background in biotechnology and experience in aseptic mammalian cell culture techniques is strongly preferred. Familiarity with flow cytometry or ELISA analysis is also helpful. The intern will benefit from a small team working environment to gain experience in executing, trouble-shooting and interpreting biological experiments in support of Cook Regentec’s goal of discovering technologies for enabling cell and gene therapy. A commitment of minimally 25 hours per week for 12 weeks is required.
Compensation is on an hourly basis and exact timing of hours and days are negotiable and may vary depending on experimental needs.
Apply TODAY 4/9/18 on Career Link, through the Walter Center website: https://careers.college.indiana.edu/
Cook Regentec is interviewing tomorrow on campus at the Walter Center.