mINiTERN

The mINiTERN Program is a partnership between companies and Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) that provides students with real-world business and problem solving skills.

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Are you interested in gaining real-world work experience?
 

Spring 2020 Semester Important Dates

  • Dec. 6:  Applications Open
  • Feb. 3:  Applications Close
  • Feb. 6:  Offers Sent to Students
  • Feb. 7:  Deadline to accept offers
 
mINiTERN At-A-Glance

Apply to Projects

While Projects are hosted on a specific campus, any DCCCD student may apply to any project.

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Hunt Consolidated, Inc.

Team Meetings

  • Brookhaven College
  • Mondays 2:00 - 4:00

Past Projects

  • Economic impact of extreme
    weather
  • Using drones to improve transmission line evaluation
  • Customer strategies for reducing power usage
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UT Southwestern Medical Center

Team Meetings

  • Brookhaven College
  • Mondays 12:00 - 2:00

Potential Projects

  • Using Biotechnology to modify DNA in different disease-causing genes
  • Identify drugs that could target cancer cells for treatment
  • Stimulating cell growth and development in vitro
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City of Irving

Team Meetings

  • TBD


Dr. Jason Treadway
Director
Strategic Initiatives

DCCCD Faculty and Staff

Interested in becoming a team advisor? Contact us today to discuss opportunities.

Benefits include: 

  • Professional Networking
  • Develop Strong Student Relationships
  • Guide Students Toward Their Career Goals