Frequently Asked Questions:
Who is eligible for our internship program?
We welcome high school students around the world to apply for the program. The admission is not solely based on academic merits, but also your interests and commitment to improving yourselves.
When and how can I apply?
We encourage you to apply as soon as possible due to the limited spots in our program. You can apply via the application form.
How long is the internship program?
This is a five-week-long program. A specific sequence of activities will be assigned to you once you are accepted as an EPIC intern.
What materials do I need to apply?
We need you to complete our application form and provide us with your most recent transcripts.
How much is the application fee?
There is no application fee, and the internship is free of charge.
Is the program all virtual?
Yes, it is a fully virtual program. Due to the current Covid-19 situation, all interns will be working remotely from home. Our weekly meetings will be hosted via Zoom.
What benefits do I get from this program?
Please refer to the section of “What Do Students Gain From Participating In This Project? ” on this website.
What is the typical workload of the program?
You will be expected to work about 2 hours a week on various projects.
How do I get community service hours?
As part of the internship, you will be involved in some of our social-psychological research, your contribution is highly appreciated. We will fill out any community service forms required by your school.
Do my parents/guardians need to approve my application?
Yes, your parents/guardians need to sign the program consent forms before you can officially start the internship program.
If you decide to join the internship program, we need one of your parents/guardians to sign a content form and email it back to us.
What happens after I apply?
We will invite qualified students for a 30-minute information session via Zoom to help them understand the internship program.