Greetings, fellow PFers. I'll begin by saying that I'm looking for a few internships for people with research experience. I'm applying to a few REUs just in case, however I hear that they are geared more for people with few research opportunities at their home university, and that isn't the case for me. I've been published a few times in Phys Rev, am a Goldwater Scholar, did some work at Fermilab, etc. So I'm concerned about being able to get an REU. Is there still a chance for me, or should I cut out all REU apps altogether? Also, what other internships are there? I'm applying for the UM one at CERN (not going to happen, but applying is free, so what the heck?), the SULI program, and one at Argonne Nat'l Lab. I didn't know if there were any other internship programs I should be aware of. I've scoured the forums and found a few, as mentioned above. Didn't know of anyone had other recommendations. If I could afford to live on my own without a paycheck, I'd totally go for an unpaid internship, but that isn't the case, so I need to restrict myself to paid only :( Anyway... tips?