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Apply to be a summer scientist with Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Apply to be a summer scientist with Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Are you passionate about science and looking for a way to turn this interest into action this summer? Then look no further than the Denver Museum of Nature and Science’s Teen Science Scholars program. The deadline to apply is March 16, 2015. 

This research-focused, paid internship is open to students who will be entering their junior or senior year in the fall of 2014. Launched in 2007 with 6 students, the program now provides 20 students with the unique opportunity to be mentored by, and conduct field research with, Museum scientists in the areas of Anthropology, Conservation, Health Sciences, Paleontology, Space Sciences and Zoology. Applicants must demonstrate an interest in and commitment to pursuing a science-related career through their applications, essays, and interviews.

For detailed information about the program, check out the DMNS brochure here. And listen to what past program participants have to say about their experience in this video.

Download the application here. Questions? E-mail sciencescholars@dmns.org or call 303.370.6334.

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