Internships

Frederick CREST has internship and externship opportunities located within Frederick County, Maryland.

Internships

A period of on-the-job training under a designated employee mentor. These positions are paid at varying rates depending on the employer and may not be used to gain university credit. There may be other requirements imposed (e.g., a background check, NDA, etc.) depending on the employer.

Externships

A period of on-the-job training under a designated employee mentor that is credit bering and is part of a University educational program. The associated University needs to execute a Memorandum of Understanding with CREST prior to assigning an externship position to a given student. Because these are credit-bearing opportunities, they are unpaid.

Who can apply?

Undergraduate/graduate students in a STEM field, recent graduates, employees or unemployed individuals with a STEM background and interest.

 

Duration

Minimum of 8 weeks, with no limit on length of tenure, which is negotiated on a case-by-case basis.

Interns bring fresh skills, ideas, and perspectives to industry projects.

Available Spring – Summer 2018

If you are interested in a position, please fill out an application.

 

Designator

General Field Area Descriptor

1

Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry

Bacteriology, Virology, immunotherapy, Cancer, Diagnostics

Various positions available performing bench science

2

Toxicology

Forensic, Analytical Chemistry Substance testing

3

Biostatistics, Software Developers, MPH Clinical trials

Trial support

4

Regulatory, Project Management

Pharma development

FDA compliant

5

Business Management

Market Analysis

Biotechnology

6 Bioengineering Pharmaceutical

Manufacturing

7 Agriculture Animal Science, Plant Science, Plant Production, Horticulture, Sustainable Agriculture, Agriculture

Various Positions

The CREST cohort will have opportunities to interact with research scientists from local businesses; therefore connecting their learning to real world applications.

—Dr. Theresa R. Alban, Superintendent, Frederick County Public Schools