The SSP Summer Internship Program allows declared Symbolic Systems majors who will be continuing their undergraduate study to work as research assistants on projects defined by Symbolic Systems faculty. The Internship Program is made possible through a combination of external research grants to faculty and a Departmental Grant to the Symbolic Systems Program from the Vice Provost for Undergradaute Education (VPUE). Internships are advertised to students and students post their descriptions securely on this website each winter in a decentralized process we call "Match Madness".
In addition to their project duties, SSP summer interns this year will be expected to:
Some internships may also include part-time "pre-internships" during the spring for interns and their faculty supervisors who want to get an early start working together.
If you are interested in being considered for an internship (and will not have graduated or fulfilled the requirements for your undergraduate degree at the end of this Spring Quarter), you should post a prospective intern profile on this website before Feb. 20th.
Log in under the "Deme account" option (NOTE: Webauth will not work). Then click here to create your internship profile. NB: You need to create a new item for your resume this year through this link, even if you uploaded a resume in a previous year. You can paste the text from a previous resume into this new item.
Cognate Departmental Internship Programs Open to Symbolic Systems Undergraduates:
If you are interested in sponsoring an internship, you should post an internship description on this website before Feb. 20th. If you are offering multiple internships, you should post a separate description for each one.
Log in under the "Deme account" option (Webauth will not work), then click here to create your internship descriptions.
Beginning Feb. 20th, click here to see the profiles that students have submitted.
Beginning Feb. 20th, click here to see the descriptions that faculty have posted (scroll down and click the "View all" link below the listings to see a compressed list of internships on one page). Pairings between students and faculty are left to the initiative of both groups. If you are a student and see a project description that interests you, you should contact the sponsoring faculty/researchers. Faculty, likewise, are encouraged to contact students whose interests and qualifications match the internships they are offering. Check back after the first visibility date, as new internships may have been added in the meantime.
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