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Many of the projects at AIBRT are advanced with the help of outstanding young interns from the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Interns come from a variety of educational backgrounds and are assigned to one or more research, data analysis, writing, media, or nonprofit development projects that fit their interests and experience. Many have become co-authors on AIBRT conference papers or scientific publications.  Internships are unpaid, and interns must commit to working at least 10 hours a week for a minimum of three months - at least 20 hours per week during the summer months. Some people have continued their internships for two years or more. Helpful skills: SPSS, R, PHP, grant writing, statistical analysis, manuscript preparation, mathematical and computational modeling. To apply, please send a resume and writing sample to internships@AIBRT.org.

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Recent and current interns: Jessica Aceret, University of California San Diego; Emma Arroyo, University of Southern California; Elizabeth Armiento; Vatche Bahudian, University of California San Diego; Sebastian Barajas, St. John's College; Rebecca Carter, Grinnell University; Ya-Han Chen, University of California San Diego; Yijing Chen, Rice University; Philip Cheung, University of California Irvine; Miki Ding, University of California Berkeley; Matea Djokic, University of California San Diego; Aurora Dolorfino, Point Loma Nazarene University; Megan Drew, Missouri State University; Nicole Edmonds, University of California San Diego; Jenelle Epstein, Mira Costa College; Wendy Gao, University of Chicago; Sofia Godoy, University of California San Diego; Megan Elan Ho, Scripps College; Yuxiang Hou, University of Southern California; Justin Huynh, University of California San Diego; Timothy Hwang, University of California San Diego; Seojin Hyun, University of California San Diego; Samiya Ijaz, University of California Riverside; Arriell Jackson, Point Loma Nazarene University; Hannah Kim, University of California San Diego; Jane Kim, Loyola Marymount University; Gina Kirkish, University of California San Diego; Megan Lao, University of California San Diego; Christopher Le, University of California Irvine; Natalie Le, University of California San Diego; Lee R. Lee, University of California San Diego;  Lauren N. Lewark, University of California San Diego; Mhairi London, University of California San Diego; Jeremy Martinez, Point Loma Nazarene University; Megan McNamara, University of San Diego; Paul McKinney, University of California San Diego; Xiaowen Mei, University of California San Diego; Jonathan Mejia, University of California San Diego; Roger Mohr, University of California San Diego; Christine Mourani, Columbia University; Priyanka Nanayakkara, University of California Los Angeles; Patricia Natalie, University of California Los Angeles; Emily Olson, Wellesley College; Mayuri Pandit, Loma Linda University; Adam Peng, University of California San Diego; Victoria Phan, University of California San Diego; Camille Reid, University of the South Pacific; Marie Sckocheva, University of California San Diego;  Rachel Smith, Chapman University; Chelsea Song, University of California Berkeley; Holly Stead, King's College London; Dayna Stout, University of California Berkeley; Cong Sun, University of California San Diego; University of California San Diego; Felix Tran, University of California San Diego; Rachel Uda, University of California San Diego; Tyler Vasconcellos, University of California San Diego; Rebecca Vered, California State University, San Marcos; Wi Wu, University of California San Diego; Hanwen Zhang, University of California San Diego

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