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Additional Summer Programs

There are many summer programs that are designed specifically for (or are especially suitable for) Cornell students.

Cornell Cooperative Extension offers summer internships throughout New York State, in a variety of specialty areas.

Cornell in Hollywood offers a number of film-related internships specifically for Cornell students thanks to Cornell alumni currently working in the film industry and the Cornell Club of Los Angeles. All majors are welcome to apply. Students arrange a faculty sponsor, who will receive the evaluation of the student's internship performance in order for a grade and credit to be assigned.

Summer on the Cuyahoga is an intensive summer immersion program in Cleveland, OH, open to students from Cornell, Case, Colgate, Princeton, Smith, and Yale. It offers challenging internships, community introductions, alumni connections, and group housing for the summer.

Cornell's Entrepreneurship at Cornell Summer Internship Program offers a 10-week internship program for students interested in gaining first-hand experience working for entrepreneurial companies. The Internship Program is open to Cornell undergraduates regardless of major and first-year MBA students. While preference is given to juniors and seniors, sophomores are also welcome to apply.

Cornell Plantations 2012 Intern Program offers internships in botanical collections, natural areas research, the wildflower garden, and education.

Cornell's Shoals Marine Laboratory internships program offers unique opportunities for students to experience marine science through summer research internships and employment (in addition to summer courses) on Appledore Island, in the Gulf of Maine.

Cornell's Urban Scholars Program's Undergraduate Research Summer Internship offers a paid internship with one of New York City's most innovative non-profit organizations or government agencies serving low-income children, families, and communities.

Cornell's Urban Semester Program offers an option for an 8-week summer program in New York City that includes four-day internships plus seminars in multicultural and professional practice once each week.

Project ION (Internship Opportunities Now) offers a variety of summer internships in Upstate New York to students from participating colleges and universities in the region.

Cornell in Washington's Summer in Washington program offers an opportunity to earn credits, complete and internship, and explore the city.