BrainHealth has an expansive range of career opportunities that change over time, including: Doctoral students interested in clinical neuroscience; brain imaging experts; neurologists with a focus on research in brain plasticity; computer technology specialists; and many others.
All potential Center for BrainHealth candidates must complete an application for employment at UT Dallas Human Resources.
Apply what you have learned in the classroom to practical work experiences. Find out if there is an opportunity that is right for you at the Center for BrainHealth. The primary focus of an internship is educational in nature.
Research and Other Internships
Researchers often have intern opportunities available to students, particularly in the summer. Preference is given to UT Dallas students for internship positions. Generally, paid internships are not available. Take a look at the BrainHealth Research Labs for more information.
Due to the new restrictions on our facility with the COVID-19 situation, the summer 2020 internships have been canceled. Please check back in Spring of 2021 for our next summer internship opportunities.
In the meantime, if you would like to learn more about an opportunity to be a research participant in our online-only BrainHealth Project, contact Dr. Lori Cook at Lori.Cook@utdallas.edu. Your participation will allow you to become a citizen scientist and uncover meaningful ways to make your brain as efficient and dependable as possible. The study for ages 18+ is currently enrolling, and the youth portion (for ages 10-17, parent permission required) will begin enrolling this summer.
Thank you for your interest in our research and programs.
ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program (CSJP)
The ExxonMobil CSJP provides assistance to nonprofit agencies and enables college students to gain valuable work experience and a better understanding of the important role of nonprofit organizations.
Due to the ongoing uncertainty of COVID-19, the Community Summer Jobs Program is being suspended this year for the health and safety of our CSJP nonprofit partners and students. We appreciate your understanding while we navigate these unique circumstances. We hope to re-start CSJP in 2021.
Past Interns on Their Experience at Center for BrainHealth
“I really can’t imagine spending my summer anywhere other than at the Center for BrainHealth. I learned so much and was constantly being poured into by the people around me, especially my two supervisors. I made relationships and friendships during my internship that I’ll always cherish, and I gained valuable experience that I’ll be able to use in the future. I can’t say enough good things about this place and these people- it was my favorite internship I’ve ever done!”
–Caitlyn C., 2019 ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Intern
“I couldn’t have asked for a better or more inspiring, diverse team to work with this summer. I was exposed to projects in marketing, workplace engagement, brand management, community relations, event planning and much more. I truly valued being able to dip my foot in all of these specialties and feel that by learning the programs, techniques and skills required of each task, I was able to become a well-rounded individual in the professional sphere. I can now confidently say that I am a better communicator and leader.”
–Natalie M., 2017 ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Intern
“The people I worked with [at the Center for BrainHealth] made the internship experience unlike any I have had before! They were always open, honest, and willing to help me in any way if I didn’t know how to do something. After my summer internship, I was able to continue to intern for the Center for BrainHealth and grow with the organization.”
-Sarah H., 2016 ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Intern