Help provide Carleton students with the opportunity to participate in undergraduate research or to partner on course design. Applications for Teaching and Learning Services’ I-CUREUS and Students as Partners Program (SaPP) are now open for the summer term.
I-CUREUS: Provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to conduct paid research and gain hands-on experience in their discipline or area of interest. Internships span from May to August for a maximum of 150 hours.
SaPP: Offers instructors and learning support staff the opportunity to involve undergraduate students in teaching innovation and curriculum design through paid work experience. Students can partner on a variety of projects to help you prepare for your upcoming courses. The program runs until the end of the summer term, with students working up to 130 hours.
If you have any questions about either program, please reach out to email@example.com.