SORCE has periodic openings in the Undergraduate Practical Research Education Program (U-Prep). Available positions can be found through the Undergraduate Research Program website >>. Interns are expected to volunteer 6 to 9 hours per week for 1 year and must take the internship for credit during academic quarters under SURG 499A. Interns work on a variety of research projects as determined by need. Common intern assignments include clinical record data abstraction, data entry, assistance in the translational animal laboratory, and general research project support to SORCE staff. Upon demonstrated ability, interns may be given small projects to manage or develop on their own. Interns will have the opportunity to routinely interact with SORCE staff and participate in SORCE events. Internship candidates should be interested in medicine, surgery, public health or health services. Interested students should review postings on the Undergraduate Research Program website >> and follow instructions to apply. More information can be found here.
Modified September 18, 2014 - MDH