Opportunities

UCSF Catalyst Summer Internship 2022

The “Catalyst Internship” provides an opportunity to be part of an innovative project team to learn about early translational research and the process of translating academic discoveries into products for patient benefit. The primary focus for Catalyst Summer Interns is to draft Target Product Profiles (TPPs) for the 2022 Catalyst Awardees. While creating the TPPs,…

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Collegiate Inventors Competition

If you have invented something exceptional, apply for the Collegiate Inventors Competition (CIC)! Students who enter will have the chance to be selected as finalists, travel to Washington, D.C., gain public exposure for their work and college, and network with National Inventors Hall of Fame Inductees and United States Patent and Trademark Office officials. CIC…

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SkyDeck ACE Intern Program

Berkeley SkyDeck’s Accelerating Careers in Entrepreneurship (ACE) Intern Program is an entrepreneurship certificate track for students at UC Berkeley interning with SkyDeck startups. Students hired through SkyDeck’s intern fair have the opportunity to couple their hands-on intern experience with a series of weekly workshops featuring founders, venture capitalists, and prominent voices at Berkeley, as well…

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Y Combinator Summer Internship Program, Summer 2022

The YC Internship Program brings together a cohort of startup-minded students for community and learning from YC partners, founders and experts. Throughout the summer, we host virtual & in-person talks and events, giving you more insight into industry and what it takes to build a startup. We also connect you with summer work with a…

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Jacobs Institute summer program: Maker Launchpad

The Maker Launchpad is a 6-week comprehensive prototyping program, offered by the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation in the College of Engineering, emphasizing design methodologies + the required prototyping skills to bring projects to reality. This summer program is open to all students, regardless of their background in engineering or campus affiliation.  

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