Internships are available to graduate-level students with undergraduate degrees in science, engineering or information science. Other degrees or specializations may qualify at the discretion of the director. TTBD interns provide a valuable service to the office by assisting with technology development. Projects include patent, market and business research as well as assisting TTBD staff with the development of technology commercialization plans.
Typical Internships in the TTBD office require the following:
- A time commitment of 8-15 hours per week during the academic year and 10 or more hours during the summer.
- A minimum length of service is one semester or two terms.
- Internships will be project-based with project mentors assigned from TRC staff.
- Academic credit can be arranged.
Visit the Jobs and Internships page for more information on the internship program and available positions.