An internship in Neuroscience is your opportunity to apply what you have learned in real world experiences.
An internship is a structured and supervised professional experience for which a student has intentional learning goals, reflects actively on what he or she is learning, and receives academic credit. Some benefits of doing an internship include:
Internships give you valuable real world work experience in a professional job setting.
According to a 2010 student survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), graduates who participated in internships were more competitive in the job market than their counterparts who did not.
Students who complete at least one internship earn an average of $6,900 more than their peers who have no internship experience, according to a 2010 NACE survey.
Internships allow you to explore potential careers to help you choose what professions would fit best.
Interns are engaging in substantive work requiring problem solving, communicating with clients, and project management. The majority of an intern’s time is spent engaged in professional activities.
An internship facilitates the development of professional contacts that may help you in the future.
You will develop a personal work ethic and be able to investigate your career interests, prospective career goals, and your approach to a professional workplace.