STEM Internships

Bryn Mawr is committed to encouraging and promoting STEM education. The Bryn Mawr philosophy is rooted in the mission to “inspire a passion for intellectual curiosity and emphasize the delights and demands of learning.” Along with rigorous coursework, students interested in exploring STEM fields have the opportunity to participate in real world, hands-on, experiential learning outside of the classroom.

Bryn Mawr also has relationships with a number of local businesses and universities, including researchers at The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy and The Johns Hopkins University, which allow students to work in internships. These internships pair students with STEM professionals for a 4-8 week internship commitment during the summer. Students learn basic techniques and work closely within the team to explore and answer questions. Students interested in applying for these programs must complete an application that includes an essay, and be approved by the mathematics, science and/or technology departments.

The deadline for the application is January 30, 2015. For more information, girls are encouraged to review the application or speak with Dr. Eric Elton, STEM Director.