PhD students from departments in the network and students who participated in the Math Alliance as undergraduates are warmly encouraged to participate in our training and paid internships. Travel funding is provided for training events.
Internships take place over 8 or more weeks in the summer. Some employers prefer 10-12 week internships, in which case the intern gets paid extra for the additional weeks. The timing is usually flexible, to be negotiated by each intern and their host organization.
Students placed into internships will agree to the Code of Conduct.
We seek to build internship partnerships based on shared experience and trust. We will take the time to listen and learn about your organization and the challenges you face. We will seek to identify specific projects where Mathematical Sciences expertise can contribute to your success. Intellectual property remains in your hands. And we cost-share to support the graduate intern who tackles the project.
Our success comes from promoting your success. So let's talk!