Internship at the Marine Biological Laboratory

The E.E. Just Internship at the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole provides Dartmouth students with a unique opportunity to work alongside leading scientists at the very institution where E.E. Just made many of his important scientific discoveries. Apply to spend your leave term at this fully-funded, residential internship and be in the running to have an unforgettable and rewarding experience.

About the Internship

The E.E. Just Marine Biological Laboratory Internship provides funding for a limited number of Dartmouth undergraduates to participate in Biological Discovery in Woods Hole (BDWH), an REU Program directed by the world-renowned MBL at Woods Hole. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to conduct research with world leaders in molecular and cell biology, neurobiology and behavior, physiology, developmental biology, and evolutionary biology. This is a great opportunity for the budding scientist curious about the life sciences.

Eligibility

Undergraduates with sufficient background in biology/chemistry and who are committed to the mission of the E.E. Just Program, are eligible to apply.  

Application & Program Dates

Benefits & Responsibilities

  • Mentorship: Interns work closely with world-class scientists at the MBL 
  • Community: Interns become members of the E.E. Just Community 
  • Room & Board: Accommodations and food provided by the Marine Biological Laboratory
  • Stipend: Interns will receive a stipend of $3,000 provided by the E.E. Just Program
  • Final Report: A final report summarizing your experience and scientific findings will be required by the E.E. Just Program at the end of your internship.