Research Education & Training Connecticut Children’s division of research provides internship opportunities for high school, undergraduate, graduate, medical and post-doctoral students. Undergraduate Research Assistant Program Summer Internship The 10-week Undergraduate Research Assistant Program Summer Internship (URAP Summer Internship), available to students enrolled in a college or university, offers students the opportunity to explore research at Connecticut Children’s. Learn more about the URAP summer internship > Support and Teamwork Resulting in Valuable Experiences (STRIVE) Connecticut Children’s Support and Teamwork Resulting in Valuable Experiences (STRIVE) initiative is a partnership between the health system and Bloomfield High School (BHS) to promote future career opportunities to students. It was developed by Connecticut Children’s Research Operations and Development department to help build interest among students in healthcare careers and to increase workforce diversity at healthcare organizations. To date, STRIVE has hosted career days at Connecticut Children’s and career panels at Bloomfield High School. Research Internship Summer Experience (RISE) Research Internship Summer Experience (RISE) allows talented undergraduates to spend 6 weeks during the summer within the Research Institute at Connecticut Children’s. Students are able to engage in clinical research related activities, and hear from a Senior Biostatistician, a Scientific Grant Writer, and Senior Research staff. Guidance and supervision of the research students was provided by a research team member. The RISE students had the ability to shadow a variety of specialties at Connecticut Children’s. Undergraduate Research Internship (URI) The Undergraduate Research Internship allows Trinity College students to take part in an internship at Connecticut Children’s for course credit. This engages students research activities in a clinical setting. Scholarly Reflection and Concentration Capstone (SRCC) Students at the Frank H Netter MD School of Medicine can receive course credit for an SRCC course including Research Methodology, Narrative Medicine, and Concentration/Capstone.