Posted December 13, 2012 Varied
Accepting applications now!
All Georgia Tech undergraduates interested in biotechnology are eligible to apply for the below summer internship opportunities at Monsanto.
To be considered for these opportunities, submit your online application and then please send your resume to Colly Mitchell
The Monsanto Technology Intern Program is committed to providing students with the unique opportunity to gain a practical, first-hand understanding of Monsanto's R&D Pipeline. Interns receive the guidance of Researchers who outline general responsibilities, provide regular feedback, assist in project assignment and completion, and allow students gain exposure not only to the Research & Development organization, but also to the other Monsanto functions. Interns receive hands-on experience at one of our North American research locations. During this paid, 3-month summer assignment.
At the completion of the internship, each Intern presents her/his findings to an audience of peers and to Monsanto Researchers. End of Summer Presentations are hosted at a designated Monsanto site, where Interns network with scientists and learn more about future career opportunities at Monsanto.
Students typically participate in the Intern Program during their summer break. In this 10-12 week continuous learning experience, you’ll have the ability to make an immediate impact thru a variety of work assignments and projects. You’ll also have access to training, networking, and professional guidance.
Who We Look For
- All levels of degree (BS, MS and PhD)
- Sophomores and above with a GPA of 3.0 or better. Students with freshman standing considered
- High interpersonal and communication skills, ability to interact well with a team and have the ability to work independently.
- Self motivated individuals with strong detail and results orientation and demonstrated strong problem solving skills.
- Ability/willingness to relocate for the duration of the assignment
To read more about Monsanto and search/apply for summer opportunities, click here