University Employment and Internship Opportunities for Undergraduates
Opportunities within the Department of Mathematics
Our Undergraduate Research Assistant (URA) program provides opportunities to earn money while engaging in research. You might furthermore have an opportunity to present your research at a conference such as SUnMaRC.
Noyce Internships are provided for undergraduate students in STEM fields interested in participating in the AZ Noyce MaTh activities to consider becoming mathematics teachers. Undergraduates can apply for semester-long experiences in Tutoring at local middle or high schools, teaching in an After School Math Club, becoming a Math UTA (undergraduate teaching assistant) for a university mathematics course (MATH 100, 302A, 302B) or teaching in a summer internship in the UA Early Academic Outreach Algebra Academy. Internship stipends will be awarded for $1,250 per academic semester and $2,000 for summer. To learn more and apply, see the Secondary Math Education Program website.
Our Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UTA) programs provides opportunities to earn money or credit while engaging in teaching-related activites.
The Center for Recruitment and Retention of Mathematics Teachers offers an opportunity to observe dynamic teaching, attend tutor preparation classes for a credit, and tutor middle and high school students for pay.
Other locations on campus that offer tutoring services might also have job opportunities. For a current listing, see the math department tutoring page.
Opportunities at The University of Arizona
Many research-related and teaching-related opportunities exist on the UA campus. Looking for a place to start? The University of Arizona Office of Undergraduate Research website has information about how to get started and will help you connect with projects in your area of interest.
Undergraduate Biology Research Program
To learn more, please visit the Undergraduate Biology Research Program website.
Arizona Space Grant Program
To learn more, please visit the Arizona Space Grant program website.
UA Summer Research Institute
This program, although run by the UA Graduate College, offers opportunities for undergraduate students. To learn more, please visit the Summer Research Institute website.
Teaching Teams Program
The primary goal of the Teaching Teams Program (TTP) is to improve learning on the campus of the University of Arizona. They do this through the creation of a Teaching Team which includes Instructors, Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTA's), and student peer assistants. These student peer assistants are called Preceptors. To learn more about becoming a Preceptor, see the Teaching Teams Program website.
UA Career Services
Besides offering job placement help for current UA students and alumni, UA Career Services also assists current UA students in finding and landing internships and other career-related experiences.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Consortium (UROC)
The Graduate College offers undergraduate research opportunities in the summer and during the year to help you prepare for the rigors of graduate school. See the Graduate College website for details and availability.