The American Physical Society (APS), the world’s leading association of physicists, is offering a full-time Education & Diversity Summer Intern position starting June 2017 (the specific starting date is negotiable). This position will be a full-time, paid position based at APS Headquarters in College Park, MD.
The intern will work on projects including PhysTEC, the APS Bridge Program and the APS National Mentoring Community, as well as other department initiatives. Specific tasks may include updating education statistics webpages and compiling induction information from Bridge sites. Additional duties may be analyzing national data about physics teacher graduation rates and interviewing NMC mentors and mentees. Other duties may be assigned.
Must be a college student or have a college degree, preferably in physics or a physics-related major. Must have good writing skills and be proficient in MS Word and Excel. Experience in computer programming is desired.
The intern will work a total of 8-9 weeks during the summer of 2017. The work schedule will coincide with normal APS hours, mutually agreed upon with the intern’s supervisor. The internship will be paid work on an hourly basis.
To be considered, please send cover letter and resume via email to APS Human Resources at email@example.com. EOE M/F/D/V
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