CIRES Summer Internship: CIRES is committed to being an organization that is inclusive, anti-oppressive, and anti-racist. To this end, they are implementing an organizational development strategy that examines their policies, systems, institutional data, and practices in an effort to eliminate any bias and exclusionary assumptions. They are working to establish a culture in which employees have clear expectations, fair processes and systems, and positive encouragement to bring their whole selves to work.
The NOAA Global Systems Laboratory (GSL)/CIRES Summer 2023 Research Program is a paid summer research internship open to undergraduates, graduates, and those who have applied or intend to apply to graduate degree programs for the 2023 academic year. They seek applicants with an interest in the NOAA Global Systems Laboratory’s research areas.
The Global Systems Laboratory (GSL), which is located in Boulder, Colorado, is one of ten NOAA Research laboratories. GSL research enhances environmental prediction models, creates cutting-edge decision support tools and visualization systems, and employs high-performance computing technology to support a Weather-Ready Nation.
The objective of the NOAA GSL CIRES Summer Research Program is to provide interested students with the opportunity to conduct research at the NOAA Global Systems Laboratory. Students with diverse scientific and technical backgrounds can investigate environmental or geosciences and learn how to apply their skills to societal requirements.
Up to ten candidates will be accepted into the program during the summer of 2023. Students will be compensated for their participation in environmental and geoscience research with CIRES and GSL scientists. Undergraduate interns will be compensated $750 per week for ten weeks (May 30-August 4) and graduate interns will be compensated $1500 per week for ten weeks (May 30-August 4) paid biweekly.
Unless local COVID-19 levels and NOAA COVID protocols necessitate a virtual program, the Summer 2023 program will be held in person. In addition to their stipend, students will receive paid lodging and travel expenses while residing in Boulder, Colorado.
Details of the CIRES Summer Internship
- Country: USA
- Host Partner: NOAA
- Host institute: CIRES (Cooperative institute for research in Environmental sciences)
- Host university: The university of Colorado Boulder
Benefits of the CIRES Summer Internship
- Students will be paid to conduct environmental and geoscience research activities with CIRES and GSL scientists.
- Undergraduate interns will receive $750/week over 10 weeks (May 30-August 4) and graduate student interns will receive $1500/week over 10 weeks (May 30-August 4) paid biweekly.
Eligibilities for the CIRES Summer Internship
- Be a US Citizen or a Permanent Resident.
- Attend an accredited United States university or college as an undergraduate or graduate student (can plan to graduate in the spring semester and plan to attend a 4-year University or attend graduate school in the upcoming Fall semester).
- Be willing to make a full-time commitment for 10 weeks (40 hours per week) during the program.
- Be able to complete program requirements in residence in Boulder or locally.
Application procedure for the CIRES Summer Internship
- You will receive an email when they have received your complete application packet (including recommendation forms)
- Applicants will be notified of acceptance or dismissal in early March.
- All communications will be via email – check your emails regularly.
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