• Bank of America Student Leader Program

    Application Deadline:  January 17, 2024

    Eligibility: Current Juniors and Seniors

    Since 2004, Student Leaders® has been part of our ongoing commitment to youth employment and economic mobility. We’re helping prepare a diverse pipeline of community-minded young students to be successful in the workforce through leadership training and work experience.

    By driving responsible growth, we deliver for clients and address pressing societal issues, including advancing employment opportunities for youth and young adults. Through our Student Leaders® program, we annually connect more than 300 community-minded high school juniors and seniors from over 100 communities to employment, skills development and service.

    The students hail from many diverse backgrounds, but are united by their drive and commitment. Through paid internships with local nonprofits and participation in a national leadership summit, they gain practical work and life experience.

    If you or someone you know have a passion for improving the community, see where the Student Leaders program operates and learn more about our eligibility criteria. Click here for FAQs about the Student Leaders program. Click here to start your application!

  • Neurological Surgery Summer Student Program

    Application Opens:  November 1st, 2023

    • Applications Open: 11/1/2023
    • Applications Deadline: 1/1/2024

    The UW Medicine Department of Neurological Surgery Summer Student Program provides “Bench to Bedside” exposure in the field of neurosciences.

    Established in 2008 by Richard G. Ellenbogen, M.D., Professor and Chair of the UW Department of Neurological Surgery, the program provides students seeking summer lab placements the opportunity to explore basic and clinical neurosciences. 

    Our hope is that students will be so excited by their work that they will desire to pursue an academic career in research and/or medicine.

    Our mission is to recruit and educate a wide spectrum of students from diverse backgrounds, focusing on those under-represented in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), and broaden their knowledge base in the field of biomedical research, including translational, clinical and basic research; and to inspire students to pursue a career in research, medicine or allied fields, especially in Neuroscience.

    We are proud to announce that the program has recently received NIH support.


More internships coming soon! Updated 9/19/2023