Each week the Career Services team will highlight new or unusual opportunities in for undergraduates, graduate students and alumni.
This edition features picks from Autumn Weyant ’20 & Sher Gill ’21, two students who assist our employer outreach team to expand recruiting opportunities for Princeton students.
This week our postings are focused on careers in biotech and biology. This field offers so many more unique opportunities than simply working in a lab. Students from a variety of backgrounds with a love for life sciences can find exciting possibilities and new ways to unite their passions! – Autumn & Sher
Picks of the Week by Autumn & Sher:
- The Franklin Institute: Bioscience Programs Intern
They are looking for an intern who has a passion for science and wants to share it! Designing exhibits, organizing and initiating new programs, and developing public outreach events are just a few of the exciting things this internship entails.
- GENEWIZ: Intern, Next Generation Sequencing
This internship is perfect for students who want to work in a lab setting. You’ll have the opportunity to gain experience working with sequencing tools that will play a key role in medical and biological research for many years to come.
- Systems Imagination: Bioinformatics Internship
Calling all who love life sciences but have more of a computer science background. In this internship, you will work to advance bioinformatics in the areas of software, advanced analysis, and machine learning.
- Bristol-Myers Squibb: Drug Product Manufacturing Science & Technology Intern
This internship is perfect for students who already have some experience in a lab setting. In this role you will design and execute experiments supporting drug product process improvements, technology transfers, and investigations.
- Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Institute: Research Technician II
This is an ideal position for a recent graduate who wants to gain an intense research experience before pursuing graduate school.
- Triton Systems: Technologist
Exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial thinker to work for a rapidly growing applied R&D and product development firm.
- Athenahealth: Business Development Representative
Use your customer services skills within a company focused on improving the administrative side of healthcare.