Here’s a list of our government-related internships and other opportunities.
2020-2021 Virtual Student Federal Service Internship
The Virtual Student Federal Service program is an amazing opportunity for students from all backgrounds to gain experience with a government entity from a remote location. Students can filter projects based off agencies, language skills, and general interest areas. Students may apply to up to three projects from 50+ agencies.
Students can get their materials reviewed before applying via C3’s Virtual Express Drop-in.
Click here for more information and application: Virtual Student Federal Service Internship
US Department of Energy Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA-E) Recruiting Fellows
Work side by side with the top minds in energy to solve today’s most profound challenges — and those that lie ahead.
The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) is an agency within the U.S. Department of Energy that funds out-of-the-box, transformational energy technologies that are too early stage for private investment.
ARPA-E is looking for the next generation of scientific leaders to help identify potential breakthrough energy technologies. If accepted to the prestigious, two-year, paid ARPA-E Fellows program, you will have the opportunity to engage with world-class researchers in academia, industry, and government. Working with them, you can bring your own creativity and innovation to bear on the thorniest energy issues of the day.
If you are a U.S. citizen and either possess a doctoral degree or are currently enrolled in a doctoral program and planning to graduate within the next year, we want to hear from you.
Applications are now being accepted through July 15, 2021. Questions can be directed via email to ARPA-Eemail@example.com with the words “ARPA-E Fellows” in the subject heading.
Regulatory Affairs deals with current regulations that govern development, manufacturing and testing. Current regulations cover a wide swath of work from preclinical studies, clinical trials, product testing and data analysis all the way through labeling, marketing and distribution of regulated product. Whereas Food & Drug Administration (FDA) or Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may seem to be the most applicable, regulations also flow from other sources, such as Health Canada and the European Medicines Agency.
Regulatory science is defined as a range of scientific disciplines that are applied to the quality, safety and efficacy assessment of medicinal products and that inform regulatory decision-making throughout the life-cycle of a medicine. It encompasses basic and applied medicinal science and social sciences, and contributes to the development of regulatory standards and tools’. Regulatory science is a scientific discipline, but one conducted within a legal framework.