You can’t help but be impressed by the research going on at the Center for BrainHealth at UT Dallas. Top to bottom, I think they are putting in place the team that will lead to new breakthroughs in autism, attention deficit disorder, Alzheimer’s, and other significant brain issues.
Researchers handle intern recruitment and placement individually. To inquire about internship opportunities, please contact the researcher with whom you are interested in studying or working. Preference for internship positions is given to UT Dallas students. Generally, paid internships are not available.
Links for information on individual research labs located at the Center for BrainHealth are below:
Click here for a full list of BrainHealth researcher bios.
Once you have identified the person you would like to contact, please click here to search the directory for contact info.
The community relations team at the Center for BrainHealth is seeking a Community Relations Intern and a Public Relations Intern. The candidate must be a college or graduate student with exceptional communication skills, first-rate organizational talents, a professional demeanor, and an eagerness to play a large role in promoting the Center's cutting-edge brain research.
Interested applicants may send a resume and cover letter to Julie Carter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The Center [for BrainHealth] offers many distinct opportunities for interns. Through the course of the internship, I was able to strengthen my public relations skills, professional development, and leadership abilities. The Community Relations team was encouraging, valued my ideas, and worked as a unified team. I learned valuable ways to maintain donor relations and motivate others to support a worthy cause. When I went back to Baylor this fall, I was able to look at my courses from a new perspective and apply what I had learned. This experience was invaluable for me."
2012 ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Intern
"The team and everyone at the Center provided a great environment for growth. The experience I acquired from the breadth of the projects I worked on is something that I will carry with me to my chosen career, whatever that may be."
2011 ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Intern