Project Participation Opportunities

The CICE occasionally receives emails from WFU faculty or from people outside the University looking for students who might be interested in opportunities to work on innovative, creative or entrepreneurial projects to gain experience.

As we get notice of any such opportunities, we will post them in this space.  If you have interest in these, please contact the sponsors directly.  The CICE office is not directly involved with these.  The office is simply bringing them to your attention.


Independent study opportunity for entrepreneurship minor

Dr. Bill Conner is  looking for two motivated entrepreneurship minors to team with biology students to enter the Biomimicry Design Challenge offered through the Biomimicry Institute. Could do as an independent study for the entrepreneurship minor.

Apply directly to Dr. Conner.


1-Week Summer 2014 Internship with the Great American Writers' Camp

Founder and Director of the Great American Writers' Camp, Catherine Riley, is looking for undergradutate students to serve as writing assistants/interns  for a creative writing camp hosted for the local youth from June 16-21, 2014. Intern responsibilities vary depending on interest and experience. Past interns have done just about everything, including activity designing, creative writing tutoring, public relations management, painting, teaching, one-on-one writing consulting, etc. Through this internship, you have the opportunity to earn 1-hour of COM credit. 

Contact Catherine Riley (WFU '10, '12) for more information. You can also visit the GAWC website for additional details. 


Summer Internship with BioBook for student with entrepreneurship or business background

Developed by Wake Forest researchers, BioBook is an electronic learning tool that offers content in an unconventional way and is accessible by smart-phone, tablet or computer. BioBook breaks down complex topics into small, manageable chunks of knowledge that can be changed and updated as educators see fit. 

BioBook is looking for a summer intern who has background in either entrepreneurship or business that will be able to provide assistance with the following tasks:

  1. Marketing BioBook effectively to potential partner colleges and universities
  2. Writing a business plan for a sustainable non-profit that could be accomplished in 2-3 years
  3. Researching potential financial opportunities and legal implications that could be potentially explored for purposes of growth and expansion.
Contact Dr. Daniel Johnson for more information.