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This course will explore some aspect of pure or applied STEM in a clinical, industrial, research, or educational setting. In most cases, students will be required to find their own internship opportunity and apply for approval through the CGS Student Resource Center. Application must be made the semester prior to the internship. Examples of appropriate internship options include powerplant intern, research assistant/intern at an institution of higher learning, science museum assistant/intern, STEM teaching assistant/intern, science lab assistant/intern, and summer forestry technician.
STEM 101 or 201
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