Rosetta Commons REU Corporate Sponsor Agreement
- The company will provide a mentor that will train and work with the intern on a research project and poster for the entirety of the 8-week research duration.
- The company will ensure that the intern is treated equitably, similar to any other temporary employee or contractor of the company.
- The company will allow the intern to attend a weekly journal club with the remaining REU cohort.
- The PI mentor will co-host one journal club and share industry research perspectives.
- The company will provide the intern with a local peer group or allow flexibility for the intern to develop a peer group outside of the company.
- The company must have a current Rosetta software license for the research project prior to intern arrival at the company.
- The company and its employees will keep intern applications confidential.
REU program responsibilities
- JHU will handle the recruitment, vetting, and admissions of the intern.
- JHU will provide the company with up to 3 intern applications to choose from.
- JHU will manage logistics for the intern (travel, housing) for both the Rosetta Bootcamp training and for the internship with the corporate sponsor.
- JHU will coordinate all training and conference activities with Rosetta Commons including travel logistics.
- JHU will assist the student with finding housing within 30 miles of the host lab.
- Stipend- $6,000
- Travel- $750 *
- Housing- $3,000 *
- Bootcamp- $1,000 *
- RosettaCON- $2,000 *
- Admin Fee- $1,000
Company/sponsor financial responsibilities
- The sponsor will pay a salary of $6,000 directly to the REU intern.
- The sponsor will pay the cost of housing of $3000, directly to the REU intern.
- The sponsor will pay JHU for all other fees ($4,750).
*subject to decrease if the REU program is offered in a virtual format due to COVID-19. In the event of a virtual program, the sponsor will pay $250 directly to the intern for high speed internet.