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Social Science Publications Internship (Paid) in the Center for Student Analytics at USU

USU's Center for Student Analytics is hiring a publications intern to help prepare research papers for peer review. Co-authoring benefits are available to the successful applicant. Applicants should be in the social sciences and have demonstrated research writing skills. Although the job is listed as a "graduate assistant" on Aggie Handshake, undergraduate with 60+ credits are invited to apply. The rate of pay is $11/hour for juniors and $12/hour for seniors. Visit Aggie Handshake and search "Graduate Assistant - Publications Intern" to apply. 

On-Campus Job Opening in Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost

USU's Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost is hiring a student office assistant for a part-time position on campus. Open to all students. Please see Aggie Handshake job #2430219 for details and to apply. Interested students may contact Amber Summers-Graham (

Pathways to Computing Internship with Oak Ridge National Laboratory

This 10-week program hosted by ORNL provides computer science, computational and mathematical research opportunities for undergraduate students. Interns will have access to researchers and diverse projects and facilities, including Summit, the world's most powerful supercomputer. The program runs June 3-August 9 and includes a weekly stipend. Apply on Zintellect.

Alaskan Summer Internship Program with the U.S. Department of Energy

This 10-week internship program is designed to boost Alaska's technological and manufacturing contributions. The program is open to junior and senior undergraduates and is sponsored by the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. Successful applicants will be matched with a mentor at one of three locations. A weekly stipend of $600 or more (dependent on academic status) is offered along with a travel allowance. Apply for the Alaska Summer Program on Zintellect. 

Work Study: Mentor Local Elementary Students through America Reads Program

If you are eligible for federal work-study aid, apply to be an after-school club mentor for Logan City or Cache County elementary schools or Logan City Parks and Recreation. Mentors help students with homework and plan enrichment activities. Paid positions are available during the summer as well as the school year, and you can start anytime. Hours are from 2:15-6 p.m. but can be flexible according to your school schedule. Consider applying by sending your A# and contact information to and gain professional and classroom experience!


For Study Abroad Opportunities, visit the USU Study Abroad Page

2019 ORISE Scholarship for Undergraduates: Win $1000, $3000, or $5000!

The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) is hosting a problem-based challenge for undergraduate students to identify a situation in which an instrument interferes with its own measurements and data collection, and to propose a solution to the problem. The scholarship is available to any undergraduate student pursuing a career in STEM. Visit the ORISE Scholarship Challenge for a rubric and other guidelines.

2019 Longpath Prize Essay Contest for $1000 Scholarship

The Longpath Prize is an essay competition that provides a forum for the ideas, narratives, and frameworks at the leading edge of the future. The contest is sponsored by Longpath Labs, a public-benefit think tank, which aim to cultivate innovation and growth. Essay prompts vary and multiple prizes are available. Visit the Longpath Prize website for more information and to enter.

YouthLinc Utah Young Humanitarian Award: Up to $5000 Scholarship

Youthlinc and the George S. & Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation have award this scholarship to a young humanitarian in the state of Utah annually since 2005. The award recognizes outstanding, self-driven service, collaboration, leadership, and local impact. Youthlinc is a humanitarian effort supported by Utah Rotary Clubs and aimed at promoting international and local service among students. Visit Youthlinc online and apply for the award.

NCHC's Portz Fellowship for Interdiscplinary Innovation

The Portz fellowship is intended to support creative endeavors that cross disciplinary boundaries, inviting applicants who wish to undertake interdisciplinary research or collaborate with a peer from another discipline on a single project. Only one proposal per NCHC member institution will be submitted, so please contact if you're interested.

Council on Undergraduate Research: Presentation Opportunities

Looking for somewhere to present your capstone, contract research, or another project? The Council on Undergraduate Research website lists presentation opportunities such as forums, conferences, and other events that students can apply for. Don't forget to apply for Honors Research Funding if you're accepted to present at one of these venues!

Kean University Master of Arts in Holocaust & Genocide Studies

This unique graduate degree prorgram in Union, New Jersey promotes interdisciplinary study and may lend itself to those interested in NGOs, Human RIghts institutes, museum and resource centers, and public policy organizations. The Master of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies (MAHGS) also offers a tuition-free, 4-credit teaching certificate (Teaching the Holocaust and Prejudice Reduction) option within the program. Contact Dr. Dennis Klein for more information.