Undergraduates at UC Berkeley can participate in practical summer internships through the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences at UC Berkeley (QB3-Berkeley).
About Biotech Internship
Top candidates are sought by QB3-Berkeley for 10-week paid internship jobs where students will gain knowledge of scientific methodologies and participate in cutting-edge multidisciplinary research projects.
For the course of the internship, interns are hired on as full-time, paid employees of the biotech company.
Biotech Internship Benefits
Learn more about advantages of Biotech Internship below
- Establish connections with numerous businesses, QB3-Berkeley, and young researchers;
- Work one-on-one with mentors and make use of cutting-edge lab resources;
- Develop new leadership, technical, communication, and time management skills.
- Get training and substantial real-world research experience for a protracted project;
- Work full-time and receive a wage that is competitive;
- Determine the course for graduate study and look into job opportunities;
QB3-Berkeley Undergraduate Biotech Internship Program applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Registered as a current undergraduate student with sophomore or junior standing at UC Berkeley;
- Overall GPA of at least 3.2;
- Undergraduate coursework in biology, chemistry, and classroom lab experience;
- Unrestricted authorization to work in the United States;
- Committed to full-time summer employment and will return to UC Berkeley for fall semester;
- Transfer students: Completion of at least one semester of coursework at UC Berkeley;
- International students: F-1 or J-1 visa and completion of at least one academic year (two semesters or one semester and one summer session) at UC Berkeley.
You should apply to the program to give your application, the QB3-Berkeley “stamp of approval.” Companies are so confident in the caliber of applicants who use the QB3-Berkeley program that they solely consider QB3-Berkeley candidates when seeking for summer interns.