The IDEC Internship Program is designed to provide interns with a strong learning environment. The Program’s objectives are to establish job expectations which fully challenge your abilities, and to instill a passion for science which will help you successfully complete your education and encourage you to return to IDEC to pursue your career goals. By mentoring promising students, we are renewing our pipeline of talent for IDEC’s future success.

All interns receive a stipend; the amount varies depending on the individual’s level of experience and education.

Internships are offered in the following areas:
• Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing
• Quality
• Research & Preclinical Development
• Engineering
• Clinical Research
• Medical Affairs
• Information Technology
• Process Sciences
• Validation
• Corporate Communications
• General & Administrative
•Human Resources
• Legal

As a prospective intern, you will be interviewed and selected by a mentor, the person who will define your project, train, coach, and serve as an overall role model during your internship at IDEC. You should have the skills required or the ability and desire to develop those skills, along with a strong work ethic. After selection, you and your mentor will attend an orientation to discuss the purpose of the program, company philosophy and timeline of events during the internship. Internship duration generally ranges from 6 to 12 weeks, depending on project timeline.

To Apply
Internships for 2003 are conducted during the summer, beginning onJune 30, 2003. We are accepting resumes until May 5, 2003.We are encouraging both college and graduate students to apply. If you are interested in applying for a summer 2003 internship with us, please send a letter of introduction, specifying the area of interest you have, along with your resume and references to http://sh.webhire.com/Public/301/jd1242941.html

IDEC celebrates diversity in the workplace and encourages men and women from all backgrounds to apply.