Integrated STEM Internship Program

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Hands-on experience

In a University of Missouri research setting and work with county-based Extension faculty members.

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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.

The MU Integrated STEM Internship Program (ISIP) is a 9-week paid internship that includes hands-on experience in a University of Missouri research setting and work with county-based Extension faculty members. It is open to all undergraduates completing their first, second or third year of college. Interested students will choose to apply in one of the following areas:

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

Interns will receive one hour of MU course credit, $500 per week ($4500 total) plus travel expenses, campus parking and a stipend for housing and food.

2021 Interns

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Left to right: Elisabeth Gooch, Emoni Johnson, Sage Eichenburch, Maggie Hillman, Rachael Bagnell, Brent Seyer, Sydney Schupp, Ashtyn Howard

2021 Research Posters

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