The GVSU Career Center posts career and internship opportunities for all majors in its online system LakerJobs. Below are some job postings that may be of particular interest to our Chemistry majors and minors.
*You will need a LakerJobs account to view the details of a job-posting. Contact the GVSU Career Center for information on creating a LakerJobs account.
Additional job postings that may be of particular interest to our Chemistry majors and minors are posted below.
Additional Job Opportunities
Contact Erika Ballman - Erika.Ballman@albemarle.com
A searchable database of chemistry internships and entry level positions. There are often several in Michigan.
Albemarle is a leading specialty chemical company providing innovative chemistry solutions to customers in over 100 countries around the world. Successful applicant would lead and participate in area and project activities in support of departmental goals, including development and implementation of methods for new processes. Independently develop/validate innovative methods for new processes. Participate on project teams as both member and/or leader and effectively coordinate all related project activities, including resolution of customer and technical issues. With minimal supervision, assist in preparation of regulatory documents. Train junior staff. Pending graduates with B.S. in chemistry/biochemistry are invited to apply.
Meijer is seeking candidates who will be available to work on a part time basis from December through March. The position will support our Environmental Compliance and Sustainability team with regulatory reporting responsibilities, as well as sustainability-related initiatives. This is an excellent opportunity for a student to gain hands-on compliance and sustainability experience in a fast-paced corporate environment. This is a paid position, ranging from 12-20 hours per week, during normal office business hours (flexible scheduling offered).
The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) provides recent graduates with challenging research opportunities that will prepare them for a career in the scientific workforce and give them laboratory knowledge they can use in pursuit of advanced degrees. As a result, recent bachelor’s and master’s degree graduates are in a position to gain invaluable research experience that takes them beyond entry-level understanding.
Pfizer in Kalamazoo is currently looking for summer 2016 student workers in both chemistry and microbiology labs. In order to be eligible, you must:
The CIA is looking to hire people who possess the scientific, technical, engineering, and math skills to solve our nation’s most challenging problems. All applicants must successfully complete a thorough medical and psychological exam, a polygraph interview and an extensive background investigation. US citizenship is required.
Looking for a chemistry major who would consider working 15-20 hours per week. The student must be either a Junior or Senior with O-Chem, P-Chem and instrumentation classes already completed.
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