New York Bioforce

Mudd Building of Columbia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, Manhattan


Biology


May - August


Overview

New York Bioforce is a workforce development internship program that provides NYC high school students with hands on lab training designed to meet the needs of biomedical research labs, biotech start-ups, and biopharmaceutical companies.

During the program students will receive 100 hours of research training, ranging from hands-on biomedical research skills like PCR, gel electrophoresis, and microscopy, to science communication and networking skills. After the training is completed, students are paired with a research mentor in labs and companies from around New York City, including labs at Columbia University and Weill Cornell Medicine. Students conduct 120 hours of research in labs under the guidance of their mentors to complete research projects.

This program is four months long and includes training which takes place on weekends and weekdays when school is not in session during the months of May and June. Internships are full-time through July and August and also when the bulk of research is accomplished.

Benefits:
Hands-on lab training and experience
Paid internship

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Eligibility Requirements


Must attend a NYC public high school during the academic school year


Must demonstrate economic or educational need based on the following criteria: Student attends a NYC high school with a Free and Reduced Price Lunch (FRPL) rate of 50% or higher OR Student qualifies for FRPL but attends a NYC high school with an FRPL rate below 50%


Please note that preference will be given to current juniors and seniors due to the rigor and demands of the program


Application Requirements


Applications are generally due in March and consist of an online application, essays, transcripts, attendance, recommendation letters, and proof of FRPL, if applicable


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