CREST Student Internships
The CREST Internship Program provides a unique opportunity for students to gain valuable professional experience within their related field of study and build social, teamwork and leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today's leaders, strengthen their understanding of STEM curriculum and prepare them for college and industry.
Student designed phone case testing prototype
Students are required to successfully complete a minimum of 200 hours of internship work while keeping a weekly reflection blog on their personal website. The blog is intended for students to showcase the work they are doing as well as provide a detailed log for instructor review. At the end of the second semester, students will submit a comprehensive video they have created, outlining their internship experiences while serving as an example of potential careers available in the STEM field.
If you are interested in partnering with CREST and providing Internships, Job Shadowing, Project Mentoring, Facility Tours or Guest Speakers, please email Beth Glady. For more information about our business agreement or acceptable internship positions, click on the "Important Documents" page.
CREST Seniors Intern at Grand Canyon University Labs
Several CREST Students completed their internship requirement this year working with Grand Canyon University researchers in labs such as the Anatomy and Dissection group, the Biomedical Device Design and Prototyping Lab, the POWER Lab, and the Software Development Lab. Students were involved in college-level research that included intricate mapping of human systems, work on prosthetic hand sensors, and developing materials for the teaching of Java. For more details, read here.