Summer Internship FAQ

When is the application posted?

Our application is posted in December.

When is the application due?

Our application is due January 31st.

How will I submit my application?

You can submit your application using Google Forms. When our application goes live there will be link on our website to access the application. A copy of the application will also be available for download.

Do you have minimum requirements?

The only requirements are that you have experience working with children and you are a current undergraduate student in a degree seeking program. Apart from this, we encourage interested applicants to apply!

Who should I ask for letters of recommendation?

We generally recommend that you choose the two people who know you best in an environment similar to the lab to write your letter. If you have previous research experience, the principal investigator would be the ideal person to write the letter, but if you haven’t yet had a chance to do research, a professor for a related course or an employment supervisor certainly will have seen you in a role of responsibility and can provide useful insight, too!

How should my recommenders send their letters?

Your recommenders can send their letters to us via email at jhulcdapplications@gmail.com. They should include your name in the subject line of the email. Please ensure that they send your letter before the deadline.

Is your program open to International Students?

Our internship is open to undergraduate students from universities around the world, and international students are certainly eligible to apply.

Can an undergraduate student of any age apply?

Yes, we accept current undergraduate students. Seniors graduating in May can apply, but priority will be given to those who are further from graduation.

Do you provide housing?

Unfortunately, we are not able to provide housing, but we do offer a stipend to help offset some of those costs and we are happy to help admitted students find on-campus or off-campus apartments to sublet.

I don’t have research experience. Should I still apply?

We do not require applicants to have had previous research experience, since we realize you are applying to this position in the hopes of gaining that type of experience! We are more interested in learning about your research interests and what you hope to research in the future. We encourage any interested candidates to apply!

What happens after I submit my application?

Review of applications begins the day after the application deadline. The strongest applicants will be invited to interview in March, and we hope to make final decisions by the beginning of April.

Can I submit my application late?

Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications we can not guarantee that late materials will be reviewed. Please submit all application materials, including letters of recommendation by the deadline.