Internships

exploring the hardest problems in creation

Do you have what it takes to become a creation researcher? Core Academy is looking for students to participate in ongoing research projects, including studies of genomics, created kinds, and the history of creationism. Most of our interns live or go to school in the greater Chattanooga area, and we work closely with the biology department at Bryan College.  We can also arrange a seasonal internship (with housing) if you’re able to spend the summer, fall, or spring with us.

Trillium Research

We have worked closely with dozens of students over the years, supervising research projects, traveling to conferences, and publishing research papers.  Our students have presented their work at state, regional, and even international conferences.  Check out a sample of past student projects:

Rafting: a post-Flood biogeographic dispersal mechanism

Preliminary Insights into the Phylogeny and Speciation of Scalesia (Asteraceae), Galápagos Islands

A Survey of Cenozoic Mammal Baramins

After working with us, our former interns have gone on to successful careers as research scientists, educators, and professors.

Core Academy of Science nurtures the next generation of faithful, Christ-like creation researchers to explore the hardest problems in creation.  If you have a passion for research and God’s creation, we would love the opportunity to work with you!  Please contact us for more information.