CauchyProcess Posted January 31, 2014 Share Posted January 31, 2014 Hello everybody, I've applied to a variety of Ph.D programs in Statistics, and am now looking for something to do in the summer before grad school. Ideally, this would be some sort of internship or temporary work position involving analyzing and modeling data. I have not and will not be taking actuarial exams, so I'm ineligible for anything that requires them. Does anyone know how to go about searching for such positions? I've found absolutely no internships for statistics graduates whatsoever that do not require actuarial exams. Do such jobs exist? What online keywords would I use to search for them? Additionally, what have others who are already in PhD programs done in the summer before grad school? It seems that the general consensus on the internet is to "travel", "party", "go on vacation", or "do nothing", none of which are financially viable options for me. I need some sort of paid work if I want to have more than a few hundred dollars in my bank account by the time I start graduate school. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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