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Jobs and internships

Whether you're a student looking for an internship, an alum looking for a job or an employer looking to recruit, Handshake can get you connected.

Did you know you can receive credit for your internship? Contact Serena Christianson to learn more. 

Stay connected

Grants available for undergraduate minority students
ASU Biodesign Institute has grant money available for undergraduate summer funding. This funding is intended for minorities with limited lab experience.  Contact Carlo Maley for information.
The Ark and Beyond: The Evolution of Zoo and Aquarium Conservation 

Can zoos save the world? Authored by a top-flight group of zoo and aquarium leaders, “The Ark and Beyond” considers the present and future role of zoos as conservation organizations. 

Join us for a panel to discuss and celebrate “The Ark and Beyond” with some of its contributors.

Opening reception with refreshments begins at 5:30 p.m.

Copies of “The Ark and Beyond” will be available for purchase, with a book signing after the panel.

RSVP to by March 14. Learn more about The Ark and Beyond.

Arizona's biology leaders want to meet you
Arizona Bioindustry Association (AZBio) connects individuals in Arizona's ever-growing bioscience industry with more than 1,400 life science and healthcare businesses in the state.

Join us for a panel discussion as some of AZBio's board members reflect on their career pathways. This event is exclusively for ASU's life science students, providing an opportunity to expand your professional network. Free refreshments provided.

Date: March 27, 5 - 6:30 p.m.
Location: LSC 202

Get involved with AZBio:
Featured classes
Summer 2018
BIO 342: General Genetics Laboratory
Explores general principles of inheritance with special reference to Mendelian, molecular, and computational genetics via lab experiments. 
Day/s: Class: M, T, W, Th 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Tempe campus
Session: A
Credits: 2
Component/s: Laboratory
Class #: 46826

BIO 394: Writing Personal Statements for Medical and Graduate School
Personal statements are one of the most important and at the same time most complicated elements of a medical or graduate school application. In this course, students learn techniques to help them craft the ideal personal statement for future use.
Day/s: Class: iCourse
Session: B
Credits: 3
Component/s: Lecture
Class #: on-ground students: 45129, online students: 46440

BIO/HPS/MBB/MIC 484: School of Life Sciences Internship
Structured practical experience following a contract or plan, supervised by faculty and practitioners.
Day/s: Class: iCourse, available for on-ground (BIO/HPS/MBB/MIC 484) and online students (BIO 484)
Session: Dynamic (May 15 - August 9)
Credits: 1-6
Component/s: Practicum
Class #: BIO 484 on-ground (45437), MIC 484 (45438), MBB 484 (45439), HPS 484 (45440), BIO 484 online (46509) 
Contact Serena Christianson to enroll

BIO 494: Animal Communication
Introduction into animal communication encompassing different means of communication, evolution of communication, animal vs. human communicative systems and other related topics. Live illustrative material will be displayed. The class targets students in zoology, animal behavior and evolutionary biology.
Day/s: Class: Thursdays, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Session: A
Credits: 3
Component/s: Lecture
Class #: 46474

BIO 494: Science & Technology Communication
This is an advanced writing course focused on the communication of science and technology topics, broadly conceived, to non-specialist audiences. This is NOT a course in which you will learn how to write lab reports or grant proposals or research articles for a specialist audience. You will be asked to read and digest such research to communicate its findings to a general audience. 
Day/s: Class: iCourse
Session: A
Credits: 3
Component/s: Lecture
Class #: on-ground students: 46056, online students: 46442

HST 394: Topic: Veterans, Society and Service
No description provided.
Day/s: Class: T, Th 3 - 4:15 p.m., Tempe campus
Session: C
Credits: 3
Component/s: Lecture
Class #: 91484
Contact Nancy Dallett for more information
March 2018
April 2018
Research, Study Abroad, Leadership and Academics
March 2018
Apr. 2018
Fall 2018
Internships and jobs


ASU’s career platform — search and apply for internships and jobs; find career events, workshops and webinars; and schedule advising appointments (in-person, virtually or over the phone). Sign in to access your free, pre-created account.
March 2018
April 2018 Revolving application cycle: Oceans Research Internship with African Campus
Scholarships, awards and grants
Fall 2018
Career advice
Developing your professional skills is not something to check off a to-do-list, rather, keep adding on to your skills. If you're not sure where to start, here are some tips on our website.

Drop-in career advising hours:
  • Mon./Wed. 3 - 5 p.m.
  • Tues./Thurs. 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m
  • Fri. 1 - 5 p.m.
Advising schedule
Walk-In Appointments
Come to LSA 189 to meet with Career & Professional Development Services and the Pre-Health Internship Program
Time: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Career & Professional Development Services:
  • March 13, 15, 27, 29

Pre-Health Internship program:
  • March 19
Regular Academic Advising Hours
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