Integrated STEM Internship Program

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Hands-on experiences

Spend four weeks in campus research setting with research mentor, followed by four weeks with county-based Extension faculty member.

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Earn a stipend

Students will receive $500 per week ($4500 total), plus travel expenses, campus parking and a stipend for housing and food.

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Suited to your career path

Select an area of study that matches your career path or area of interest.

Internships starting summer of 2019!

The MU Integrated STEM Internship is a 9-week program that will include four weeks of hands-on experiences in a campus research setting with a research mentor, followed by four weeks embedded with a county-based Extension faculty member. It is open to all Missouri students, but preference will be given to those completing their freshman or sophomore year. Students chosen for the program will select an area that best matches their career path and/or area of interest. Options include:

  • Plant Health and production
  • Animal health and production
  • Food safety, nutrition and health
  • Agriculture Economics and rural communities

Students will receive $500 per week ($4500 total), plus travel expenses, campus parking and a stipend for housing and food.