Summer Opportunities

Princeton students have 15-16 weeks of summer vacation, which can be spent on a combination of academic and professional enrichment, plus some rest and relaxation! Pre-health students often spend their time in clinical, research, or service endeavors, and sometimes choose to take classes.

 

Still looking for an internship for the summer? Explore the diverse (PAID!) offerings at PICS (Princeton Internships in Civic Service) this year.

Learn about the research aspect and the operationalization of value in health care.
This program seeks to foster the personal and professional development of future leaders in LGBTQ health and research. Deadline: February 1
The Summer Undergraduate Program in Biomedical Ethics Research provides students with a mentored research experience. January 11 deadline.

design, conduct and analyze cell-based assays

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