Items of Interest to Math Majors and Minors
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Research support, internships and other opportunities
From time to time, we receive information from outside organizations that may be of interest to students with a math major or minor. In addition to the general information sources and items below, check out our web pages for scholarships and fellowships, internships and training, and events.
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AMS Resources for Undergraduates Web Page
The American Mathematical Society maintains a webpage with resources for undergraduate students interested in mathematics. In addition, it provides a service called "Headlines and Deadlines for Students," providing email notification of mathematics news and of upcoming deadlines that are of special interest to both graduate and undergraduate students. These email notifications will be issued about once a month, and when there's special news. Imminent deadlines will be included in these emails, which will link to a web page that's a centralized source of information relevant to students and faculty advisors. You can sign up by visiting the web page.
BC Career Center Science Office Hours
Every Wednesday from 2-4 p.m., the Career Center holds a Science Outreach in the Higgins atrium. This is an opportunity to have your resumes and cover letters reviewed, and to ask questions about internships or careers.
MAA Math Classifieds
The Mathematical Association of America is proud to announce its new careers website. In addition to the academic positions already available on the MAA website, this new site will offer bachelor's, master's, and Ph.D. level students a central place to find positions in a variety of industries that will utilize their mathematics degrees. Job seekers can search jobs, post resumes, and sign up for customized job alerts at no charge. Visit the site
NOAA Student Opportunities Web Page
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has recently launched a new website that contains scholarship, internship, and fellowship information for high school, undergraduates, graduates, and post-docs. More information