Many internships are available for enthusiastic students who are interested in pursuing biodiversity research or conservation projects. Washington University students pursuing an internship listed below are eligible to receive credit through General Studies 2991 04. An unpaid internship that is not specifically listed below may also qualify the student; email Professor Jonathan Losos at with interest or questions

Starting in the Fall 2018 semester, WashU students are eligible to earn credit for an unpaid biodiversity internship. Featured internships with positions open this fall are indicated below. If a student has secured an internship position not specifically listed below, they may also be eligible to receive credit starting this fall.

There are currently openings in the following featured internship programs for the 2018 Fall semester:

Open internship positions in the Saint Louis area are regularly posted on the following organizations’ websites. Some may have openings for Fall 2018: