AU Career Center (AU students only)
The Career Center offers excellent opportunities through its CareerWeb:
SPIN (AU students only, on-campus access only)
Visit SPIN from a computer on campus:
Choose "Advanced Search," then select (click on) "Applicant Type" and choose "Undergraduate" or "Graduate Student." Select "Keywords" and either select "Science and Technology" or specific topic. More advanced searching is possible; play around. Remember to "Clear Search" every time, or the blanks will automatically refill.
Society of Physics Students
SPS offers a variety of scholarships, internships, and award:
You do not have to be a member of SPS for all of these, but it may help.
This website is a clearing house for many of the major physics organizations:
National Institute of Standards and Technology
This national laboratory is nearby. Surf their website or contact specific researchers:
This is a clearing house for science related government internships:
National Science Foundation
This link has scholarships and internships opportunities funding through NSF:
There may be other funding opportunities at NSF, so surf around.
Michigan State University
MSU often sponsors undergraduate research experiences through the NSF, but they also have this list of resources:
DC NASA Space Grant Consortium
Headquartered right here at AU, the DC NASA Space Grant Consortium funds internships and summer research experiences at NASA: http://dcspacegrant.org/
Institute of Physics
This website has lots of resources.