Innovative Student Internship Program (ISIP)
ISIP is a 10-week summer internship program for undergraduate students and is designed to foster research, development, testing, and application of technologies at one of the nation’s premier chemical and biological defense laboratories.
Students will conduct science and engineering research in areas of interest to CCDC Chemical Biological Center in onsite laboratories. The goal of ISIP is to provide students who have limited engineering and applied research experience an opportunity to participate in integrated science, technology and engineering solutions along with an assigned CCDC Chemical Biological Center mentor. Students will present their findings during the last week of their appointment to senior leaders at the Center.
The College Qualified Leader Program (CQL)
The College Qualified Leaders program matches practicing ECBC scientists with talented undergraduate students creating a direct mentor-student relationship that provides participants with training that is unparalleled at most colleges. CQL participants receive first-hand research experience and exposure to Department of Defense laboratories. CQL fosters desire in its participants to pursue further training and careers in STEM.
The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)
The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program is designed to encourage high school students to pursue science and engineering careers. Talented high school students are matched with CCDC Chemical Biological Center scientists creating a direct mentor-student relationship that provides students with training that is unparalleled at most high schools. SEAP participants receive first-hand research experience and exposure to CCDC Chemical Biological Center laboratories. SEAP fosters desire in its participants to pursue further training and careers in STEM.