Focused Ultrasound High School Summer Research Program
Each summer, we hire a number of motivated and hard-working high-school students to assist us in a variety of projects we are working on in our lab. Our goal is not only to further our progress, but also to allow these students the experience of working in a lab environment. During the summer, students will gain enriched, hands-on knowledge in the fields of physics, engineering and biology that would be difficult to attain elsewhere. We hope to nurture a passion for science and engineering in the next generation and help students move closer to their goals.
Join our team
We are expanding our employee search to include students from all high schools in the Greater Toronto Area. If you are hard-working, enjoy math and sciences, and would like to benefit from a lab environment during the summer, then our summer student program might be of interest to you.
Though high marks are preferable, they are not the only achievements and qualities we seek in our applicants. We also take interest in individuals who are excellent at working in a team and have good communication skills. Being well-rounded and having a wide range of hobbies and interests will not be overlooked. Due to the high level of difficulty in the projects our interns are expected to complete, we are only looking for students who are in grades 11 or 12. If you are interested in applying for a position, then please send the following documents by email or mail to the contact listed below.
Application deadline: Friday, Feb. 13, 2015
- Must be 16 years of age by July 1, 2015
- Must be able to commit full-time hours from July 2 to Aug. 28, 2015
- Cover letter
- Student application form
- Confidential teacher evaluation form
Note: Teachers should submit this form by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send completed applications by email no later than Friday, Feb. 13, 2015 to Anna Kristoffersen, email@example.com.
Anna Kristoffersen, PhD
Lab manager, Focused Ultrasound Group
Sunnybrook Research Institute