Neuroscape has two volunteer programs: our main volunteer internship and a summer internship for high school students. If you’re interested in either program, apply below.

Volunteer Internship

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.

Apply below using the online form.

Summer High School Internship

The application period opens in January and closes on March 1. Decisions are emailed by April 1. This program is competitive and we receive many applications.

This annual summer program is designed for high school students who are interested in neuroscience or interactive media. Each student is paired with a mentor and gains hands-on experience in our research lab or development studio. Students learn how we leverage different technologies, such as EEG and virtual reality, to understand the human brain and improve cognition.

Although our high school internship applications are closed for this year, there is an opportunity for healthy 12-16 year olds to participate in a game training study. For more information please visit: Neuroscape Attention Study

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