Teaching Lab Internship (On-campus internship program OICP)
Get Hands-on with Chemistry: Join our Teaching Lab Internship!
Are you a chemistry major? Are you passionate about chemistry and love sharing your knowledge? The Chemistry Department at USF seeks enthusiastic students to join our Undergraduate Teaching Lab Internship program! This program is a non-paid internship, but it will appear in your transcripts, making you more competitive when applying for a job after graduation.
- Be a Chemistry B.A. or B.S. major
- Done with General chemistry labs I and II and organic labs I and II
In this exciting internship, you will:
- Gain valuable experience assisting TAs, students, and instructors in undergraduate chemistry labs.
- Develop professional interpersonal skills by working with the different plethora of people who come through our labs every semester (around 4300 students).
- Dive deeper into your own understanding of chemistry through hands-on lab work and interaction with our professional team, TAs, faculty, and fellow interns.
- Build your resume and professional network with connections in the chemistry field.
- Earn academic credit.
This internship is perfect for you if you:
- Have a strong foundation in chemistry, especially general chemistry and organic chemistry.
- Enjoy working with people and explaining complex concepts clearly and engagingly.
- Are organized, detail-oriented, and have excellent communication skills.
- Are passionate about science education and want to impact future chemists positively.
What you can expect:
- Flexible internship schedules to fit your academic workload.
- Training and mentorship from experienced professionals.
- A supportive and collaborative learning environment.
- The opportunity to contribute to the ongoing development of the chemistry department's teaching labs.
Don't miss this chance to:
- Ignite your passion for teaching and learning chemistry.
- Gain valuable skills for future careers in education, research, or industry.
- Make a difference in the lives of your fellow students.
If you are interested in the Chemistry department internship, email Dr. Figueroa (email@example.com)
For more detailed information about the university internship program, see below or please visit: Internships and Jobs – Career Services University of South Florida (usf.edu)
More about Internships OICP (On-campus internship program)
Our Commitment to Your Success
The University of South Florida values experiential learning as a key component to a student's undergraduate and career success. Internships, Co-op, service learning, research, and extended volunteering can help students build confidence in their choice of major and career path. Experiential learning also helps students to become "career-ready" by developing the critical transferable skills that prospective employers seek in candidates across industries.
Internship Course Credit is a Great Way to Have Your Internship Noted on Your Transcripts!
Benefits of an Internship Course also include:
- Development of transferrable essential skills that can help you build and launch your career
- Feedback to support your growth as a professional
- A campus resource if/when you need support during your internship
Course options include:
- An academic internship course in your major (if available) - see your academic advisor for details
- IDS 3947 - Cooperative Internship - through Career Services
- Can be taken for 0-3 credits and repeated for up to 6 credits (the 0 credit option is helpful when the internship is unpaid)
- Can be used for internships that are on or off campus and for global internships
- Credits may serve as elective credit and do not count as "excess" credits
- Available on regular or alternate course schedules, so if your internship starts after add/drop, you can still enroll!
Although you can enroll after drop/add, please pay attention to the following deadlines:
If you would like to register for the IDS 3947 Internship Course, your first step is to request a permit by completing this online form. Click here to get started!
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Do you have questions about:
- Internship offers and next steps?
- Enrollment in Career Services Internship (IDS 3947/6940) or Co-op (IDS 3949/4949) courses?
- International Students CPT course enrollment options?
If yes, email Diane Mellon, M.A., Coordinator of Experiential Learning (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your questions.