Applications are NOW OPEN! Eligibility Requirements: All undergraduate students are eligible to apply, provided that they
Are enrolled full-time as a rising sophomore or above;
Delaware resident or attend Delaware college/university; and
Are U.S. citizens or permanent resident
University of Delaware INBRE contact: Ms. Dawn Everhart, email@example.com, 302-831-4331
Application deadline: March 1, 2023
Interested in learning more or submitting an application? Start here! You’ll find navigation to the INBRE Program Description, Mentor Projects (research opportunities to apply for), Application Information, and more.
We have paid internships available at our Wilmington campus in collaboration with the national youth-development organization, Girls Inc.!
Girls Inc. of Delaware’s (GIDE) mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart,m and bold with life-changing programing that provides solutions to the unique challenges girls face in today’s world. GIDE is looking for both men and women to be interns.
Students selected as interns with GIDE will receive a stipend (payment) and potential course credit upon successful completion of the internship. A team from GIDE will visit the Wilmington Campus at the CEB on Nov. 7 during the AAP Common Hour to share more information about their program.
Monday, November 7, 2022
12:15pm-1:15pm, CEB Wilmington Campus
Lunch will be provided!
If you have additional questions, contact Dr. Lawrence Livingston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The David A. Plastino Program awards study grants up to $6,000 to
selected undergraduate students at the University of Delaware who
exhibit extraordinary talent, promise, and imagination.
The grants support self-designed, off-campus learning experiences that
make a transformational difference in the lives of Plastino Scholars
and enable them to pursue a passionate interest to a degree not
Any undergraduate student at the University of Delaware may apply
provided that, at the time of application, they are enrolled for at
least twelve semester hours and have not completed more than five
Further information and application materials are available at
For questions, contact Dr. Patricia Sloane-White, Director of the Plastino Scholars Program, at email@example.com or 302-831-2942.
Upcoming Info Sessions:
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022, 5-6:30 pm Gore Classroom 102
Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2022, 7-8:30 pm Gore Classroom 104
Blue Hen Ambassador (BHA) program is now recruiting for the 2022 Summer season!
The BHA tour guide program is a great way for students to step out of their comfort zone and to learn a lot about the campus. This paid position allows students to tour admitted, prospective, and transfer students around campus to see what we hope to be their future home for the next 4 years!
We are seeking UD students who are enthusiastic, passionate, and well-rounded. As a BHA, you will have the opportunity to share your personal experiences, stories, and knowledge with prospective students, families, and other guests. BHAs play an integral role in the visit experience within the Office of Admissions, and are a core part of the university’s recruitment process.
BHAs are required to be in good academic standing, passionate about UD, and must exhibit strong interpersonal skills. This is an on-campus paid position, with a starting hourly rate of $10.50 per hour. Summer BHAs are expected to give tours throughout the week during the Universities two summer sessions (schedules will be made to fit your internship, research, or class commitments).
We are seeking broad, diverse, and talented students, who shared experiences and abilities will attract and support students through the admissions process.
For more detailed qualifications and expectations, please review the application found here! Applications will close on April 8, 2022 @11:59pm!
UD’s Extension Scholars program offers UD students a unique, hands-on 10-week summer experiential learning environment under the guidance of extension agents or specialists.
During this summer internship, students will follow Cooperative Extension’s service learning model, implemented through one of extension’s four program areas: 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences, lawn and garden, and agriculture and natural resources. The goal of Cooperative Extension is to help individuals, families and communities make informed decisions that can enhance their lives. The organization generates and disseminates research-based information, provides focused educational opportunities and builds relationships that create effective solutions
Any current undergraduate, in the summer following freshmen year and beyond are eligible to participate and opportunities are available in New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties. Applications have been extended to Monday, February 21st. If you are interested in learning more, reviewing the various position descriptions, or applying, please visit the Extension Scholars website.
The University of Delaware supports UD students and Delaware organizations by providing micro-internships which are short-term, paid, remote projects. These projects provide professional experiences and skill development for UD students and support local organizations. The Micro-Internships are funded through micro-grants offered by the Career Center at $600 for a 40-hour project or $300 for a 20-hour project.
Students that are enrolled in the UD Undergraduate and Associate of Arts programs are eligible for BlueHensWork Micro-Internships. Projects can begin at any time, and students are selected through a competitive process by the organizations who posted the Micro-Internship opportunity.
Paid, Remote, Micro-Internships Available Now!
State of Delaware (40-hour Marketing Project)
Reel Families for Change (20-hour Marketing Project)
As we look forward to another year, Bayhealth wants to support you, while counting on you to help them meet the healthcare needs of our community.
Bayhealth has many opportunities that you can take advantage of—from completing academic-related service hour requirements at their two hospitals, to becoming part of their multidisciplinary team in a full- or part-time capacity. They even have a Student Loan Repayment Program plus some limited-time signing bonus offers for select positions aimed to help you
kickstart your career on the right financial foot.
Their hospitals are in Dover and Milford, with many outpatient medical offices in all three counties in Delaware. The opportunities outlined above include clinical and non-clinical roles organization-wide where you can make a difference and gain rewarding job experience.
Looking to gain some paid, professional experience within public service/government organizations? Then check out the UD BlueHensWork Program! This is an exclusive opportunity for UD students to complete short-term, paid, remote projects with Delaware organizations.
Diversity & Inclusion Research and Analysis Project: Research and summarize different Diversity & Inclusion Programs to identify opportunities to improve recruiting strategy; review and record results from the Delaware Executive Branch Survey (focused on Race, Diversity & Inclusion) to capture key takeaways.
If you haven’t already, be sure to add University of Delaware to the Education section of your profile. To do this, click on your Profile in the upper right corner after logging in. If you do not add UD to your Education section, you will not be able to see BlueHensWork Micro-Internships.
View the BlueHensWork Micro-Internships listed under “Featured Opportunities” or click on the links listed above to view that specific Micro-Internship.
Click Details to learn more about a project.
Click Apply for This Project and complete the short answer questions to submit your application.
If you are selected, you’ll work one-on-one with that organization to complete the project. In addition to getting paid, you’ll also have another addition to your resume/portfolio! These projects are expected to kick off in the next few weeks, so apply as soon as you can to these or any other Micro-Internship that interests you.