Seattle Children’s Underrepresented Minority Students in Research Internship Program

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.

Applications open February 1-15, 2021

Learn more and apply here.

By Dan Poux (He/Him)
Dan Poux (He/Him) Career Coach Dan Poux (He/Him)