The Summer Internship Program (SIP) provides experience in research laboratories to students of diverse backgrounds, including underrepresented minority students, students from economically disadvantaged and underserved backgrounds and students with disabilities that have completed one – two or more years of college. The purpose of this exposure to biomedical and/or public health research is to encourage students to consider careers in science, medicine and public health. The program runs ten weeks and a minimum stipend of $3,000 is provided. Housing is provided near our undergraduate campus; the University has a shuttle service that provides convenient transportation between the Johns Hopkins Medicine Institutions (JHMI) and the undergraduate campus.
Students must have completed one year of college (i.e., freshman) and be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident to apply to the Institute of NanoBioTechnologh or Pulmonary Medicine divisions; students must have completed two years of college (i.e., sophomore) and be either a U.S. citizen, Permanent Resident or international student currently studying in the U.S. to apply to the Basic Science Institute division; students much have completed two years of college (i.e., sophomore) and be a U.S. citizen to apply to the Bloomberg School of Public Health, Institute for Cell Engineering (FARMS), Institute for Computational Medicine and the Rosetta Commons Research Experience for Undergraduates divisions of the program. Basic Science Institute students must have a demonstrated interest and potential to pursue a PhD degree.
Ms. Catherine L. Will