The Office of Innovation and Industry Alliances offers a nationally recognized, unique, rigorous internship unlike any other tech transfer office in the United States. Interns gain valuable hands-on experience by working directly with experienced professionals, entrepreneurs and investors to perform meaningful work on behalf of the Innovation office.
What We Offer
As a science intern with the Innovation office, you will get projects involving technology and market assessment, creating marketing materials to be sent to industry partners, analyzing pertinent industries for licensing opportunities, and assisting with executive summaries.
As a marketing intern with the Innovation office, you will get projects assisting with planning the annual Business of Biotech conference, developing content and graphics for magazines, writing stories for the annual report, and marketing campaigns to promote available technologies.
As an accounting intern with the Innovation office, you will work directly with the financial operations manager and get projects relating to legal invoices, analyzing monthly expenditures, license billing, and budgeting for the office.
As a legal intern with the Innovation office, you will take on projects involving the attainment of intellectual property protection, reviewing contracts, and doing legal research. These projects require legal knowledge of interpreting statues, regulations, and case law.