The Neuroscape volunteer internship program offers a rich environment with hands-on experience in translational neuroscience research. We have had hundreds of successful interns train with us.
Our interns are involved in either technology development or scientific research at different stages, from data collection to analysis. This is a unique opportunity to work with a world-class team and gain experience with a wide variety of cutting-edge research methods and emerging technologies.
This program is not for high school students. We have a separate summer internship program for high school students that accepts applications in February.
If you are interested in volunteering with us please complete the application form. If one of our research programs is actively recruiting volunteers, you will be contacted by email by a study coordinator.Application Form
Applications for the summer 2018 high school internship program are now closed. Please check back again in January 2019 for information on the summer 2019 program.
Applicants for the 2018 summer program will be contacted by April 1.
We are excited to announce that we are bringing back the summer high school internship program for a second year. Students interested in cognitive neuroscience or technology will have a unique opportunity to volunteer with UCSF researchers and observe science in action. We will select a few exceptional, motivated students for the summer 2018 program. There will be a combination of observational and hands-on experiences. You will be supervised by a member of our research team. We look forward to meeting you.
The summer internship will run from June through August; however, your start and end dates can fall anywhere within this time period. Applicants with regular availability on weekdays between the hours of 9:00AM and 5:00PM are encouraged to apply. Supply us with your availability in the application.
In the application, attach a brief statement of your interests and why you would like to volunteer at Neuroscape this summer. You can tell us about your goals, previous related experiences, or why you love science. Remember, this is our introduction to you.
Please note that this is not a paid internship.
You may be eligible if you: