Seattle Children’s Underrepresented Minority Students in Research Internship Program provides underrepresented racial and ethnic minority (URM) undergraduate students and recent undergraduates (within 6 months) an opportunity to engage in basic, clinical, public health, and/or translational research under the mentorship of principal investigators at Seattle Children’s Research Institute.
During this 10 week program students will:
• receive $17/hr, an ORCA card, and lunch stipend
• learn research methodologies
• gain experience with lab equipment
• work with and learn to analyze data sets
• enroll research participants in research studies
• build mentor relationships and network with science professionals
• gain valuable research experience
• attend career and professional training sessions
• write and publish an abstract for the program final report
• and much more!
The following racial and ethnic groups have been shown to be underrepresented in biomedical research: Black or African American; Hispanic or Latino; American Indian or Alaska Native; Native Hawaiian; and other Pacific Islander.
Learn more and apply here.