Noyce Summer Internships
East Tennessee State University Noyce Summer Internships\
The application deadline has been extended to Friday March 31, 2023
For the Summer of 2023, a number of paid summer internships will be available for undergraduate Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics majors. This is a 5-week program, in which the intern will work at a local science museum/camp/educational facility. The interns will lead classroom activities, make presentations, do demonstrations, and assist the staff in a variety of tasks. The intern program will run for five weeks, from approximately June 1-July 17, approximately 40 hours per week. Participants will receive a stipend of $3000.
Seven undergraduates participated in the Noyce intern program during Summer 2022. Left to right: Xavier Hurley (Physics), Hannah Blair (Chemistry), Grant Shirley (Math), Hayden Ferguson (Chemistry), Alexandria Marshall (Chemistry), Allen Oudom (Chemistry), and Joshua Filoteo (Physics).
To learn more about their experiences as Noyce interns, watch this 16-minute-long video of interviews of the interns (video created by Jason Jones, ETSU Media Specialist, Academic Technology Services
Potential host organizations include the Hands On Discovery Center in Gray Tennessee, the Renaissance Camp on the ETSU campus, the Langston Centre in Downtown Johnson City, Bays Mountain Park in Kingsport Tennessee, the Gray Fossil Site/Natural History Museum in Gray Tennessee, and the Upward Bound program on the ETSU campus. All ETSU students majoring in Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics are eligible, except for graduating seniors and students who have taken a course through the Education College. This intern program is specifically targeting students who have never taken a course in education. Students must have been enrolled at ETSU during Fall 2022 to be eligible as an intern for summer 2023, and they must be planning to enroll again during Fall 2023 as undergraduates.
Click here for APPLICATIONS FOR SUMMER 2023. The deadline for applications for summer 2023 has been extended to March 31, 2023
Note that the application form will ask for two letters of reference from faculty. Before filling out the application form, ask your references if they are willing to provide a reference for you. After you submit your application, your recommenders will receive automatic requests for letters of reference from the application software. This automatic request will come via email from Dr. Scott Kirkby, so warn your recommenders to expect this email. Since the members of the Noyce team will be reviewing the applications, do not ask anyone on the Noyce team (Dr. Beverly Smith, Dr. Scott Kirkby, Dr. Moin Uddin, or Dr. Jamie Price) for a letter of reference. Instead, ask other faculty members.
Four undergraduates participated as Noyce interns during summer 2021. From left to
right: Simeon Ignace (Physics/Math double major), Colby Cox (Physics major), Amber
Elizabeth Rutherford (Math Major), and Joseph Porter (Engineering/Health Sciences