Applying for summer internships

I just finished applying for summer internships this weekend. I applied to a total of 4. I decided to apply again to CISEI because of the amazing experience that I had the previous summer. I chose Germany and the Netherlands because they have some interesting research areas. Germany has some research areas that focuses on process engineering. This is really useful and worthwhile since I want to apply the things that I learn from my chemical engineering classes. On the other hand, the Netherlands have research areas that concentrate on organic and polymer chemistry. The study of polymers is becoming a very important thing to know in developing new, cost-effective, and efficient materials and products. I really hope that I can get accepted to any one of these sites so I will have another great experience. I also want to experience being in another country and be in a different culture. I also love to meet new people. I really do hope that I get in so I can have something to look forward to! And because there is a possibility that I might not get in, I also applied to other internships like RISE in UCSB.


Jordanne Gregorio is third year student majoring in Chemical Engineering. She is interested in research relating to medicine and pharmaceuticals and is currently working in Professor Samir Mitragotri’s lab this year quarter.

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