WonderLab Animal Exhibits Internships 2018-2019

The exhibits department at WonderLab works diligently to provide and maintain the large variety of exhibits enjoyed by approximately 80,000 visitors a year. WonderLab’s live animal collection consists of reptiles, amphibians, and arthropods, a honeybee observation hive, and a large ant colony. Animal Exhibits Interns receive hands-on experience in the many aspects of WonderLab’s animal exhibits such as habitat maintenance, direct animal care and observation, as well as exhibit improvement and creation. Animal Interns also interact with museum guests doing live animal demonstrations.

Summer 2018 Internship – Dates: Monday, May 7 – Sunday, August 5, 2018

2018-2019 Academic year Internship – Monday, August 13, 2018- May 5

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Applications Open for IU Summer Orientation Team

Orientation Leader applications are now open and due 10am on Monday, January 22.

As an Orientation Leader (OL) you’ll get to represent IU, work with an outstanding team, build your resume, and have fun at the same time. This position is a paid position with summer housing, leadership experience, diverse friendships, and the opportunity to create life long memories.

More information is available through our website. If you have any other questions, please email orient@indiana.edu or call 812-855-4357. We hope to see your application soon, and GO HOOSIERS!

Summer 2018 Opportunity — Conduct STEM Education Research at North Dakota State

Are you interested in learning and teaching in STEM? If so, please apply for our REU program, Growing Up STEM.

We are excited to announce the 6th year of our summer REU in discipline-based education at North Dakota State University. Our program is an excellent opportunity for students interested in learning and teaching of STEM at the undergraduate level. Students work in a cohort of undergraduate scholars over a 10-week period during the summer and are immersed in hands-on research experiences in discipline-based education research. Students are housed on-campus and earn a $5000 stipend.

Students may have the opportunity to present their research at a national conference with travel support from our REU. Additional travel funding is available for travel to and from Fargo for those in financial need.

Our program begins May 29, 2018 and runs through August 3, 2018. Applications due February 2, 2018.

For more information, including descriptions of potential research projects, please visit http://www.ndsu.edu/cider/reu/


Email Jennifer Momsen (jennifer.momsen@ndsu.edu) or Warren Christensen (warren.christensen@ndsu.edu)

Teaching opportunity in Indianapolis after graduation!

Historically, high-need students in Indianapolis have not had equal access to an education that adequately prepares them for college and career. Indianapolis Teaching Fellows trains recent college graduates to become exceptional, certified teachers. Our fast-paced six-week summer training program focuses on the essential skills that teachers need most to start strong. Fellows will repeatedly practice foundational classroom management and instructional techniques, receive direct feedback from skilled coaches, and must pass a series of evaluations in order to be eligible to start teaching in the fall.

Apply here — applications are accepted on a rolling basis; the next deadline is December 11.

For more information: http://go.tntpteachingfellows.org/ITF


Summer 2018 Volunteer Opportunity: Ghana Health and Education Initiative – GHEI

In Summer 2018, the Ghana Health and Education Initiative – GHEI will be offering three volunteer sessions: Community Health Evaluation 1 and Community Health Evaluation deep dive, and Girls’ Empowerment, each for two or three weeks, and taking place in Ghana.

GHEI Summer Serve and Learn volunteer programs offer participants the chance to be immersed in a rural Ghanaian community and work alongside local staff members in support of a small community development organization’s year-round health and education programs. All volunteers will have the opportunity to develop and strengthen their skills in cross-cultural communication, project design and implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and community outreach, all while working in a low-resource environment alongside local and international counterparts to achieve a common goal. Visit their website www.ghei.org/ssl to learn more.

If you have any questions, please email communications@ghei.org.