How is a business or organization structured or designed? How do you lead or manage a business project? What types of activities go into developing a business or product? How do you nurture business relationships, network and build a team? How do you develop your competitive advantage? How do you test a product and do market research? How can you market a product in the world effectively? These are some of the questions we explore in the Internship program.
The IMSA Internship program connects high school juniors & seniors to real-world learning experiences with business professionals, nonprofits and entrepreneurial mentors to carry out an industry, business or product-focused research project. Our interns offer a fresh perspective on your business, strategies and plans and possess desired professional skills. Internship is a non-graduation requirement. IMSA Interns are unpaid and earn 1.0 semester credit hour upon completion.
2022 Program Cohorts
Cohort 1 – Academic Year – September thru April
Cohort 2 – Summer – June thru August
Sue Fricano; IMSA Innovation and Inquiry Program Manager
Gabriel Delgado '22
Numerous studies have indicated an association between vitamin D deficiency and the immune dysregulation and the pathogenesis of autoimmunity. An increased prevalence of vitamin D deficiency has been demonstrated in several pediatric autoimmune diseases, including autoimmune thyroid disease and Type-1 diabetes mellitus. This study was undertaken to determine the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in children with PANS, an autoimmune disorder characterized by abrupt-onset neuropsychiatric symptoms.