Many ABE students have obtained jobs working in on campus laboratories. There are several approaches one can take including getting involved in an organized program such as UBRP or the NASA space grant, working as an REU (research experiences for undergradutes), or working directly with one of the ABE faculty. Students can receive hourly wages or academic credit or may vollunteer for the experience. See the links below for more information.
ABE faculty who often hire undergraduate laboratory assistants:
Choi, Cuello, Giacomelli, Kacira, Riley, Waller, Yoon (+ note that all ABE faculty do hire our students, just not as many per year as those on this list).
ABE students often work for local companies during the school year or perform internships in Arizona and abroad during the summer. The most effective way to obtain such positions is to connect to the companies through industrial consortia or technology clusters.
Job board hosted by the Institute of Biological Engineering (IBE)
Biological Engineering Clearinghouse (hosted by Dr. Joel Cuello)