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QuantHub Alabama Data Scholars


The QuantHub Alabama Data Scholars Internship Program places high school juniors and seniors from around the state into paid learning experiences to grow their competitive data literacy skills and engage them with careers in data science.

As Alabama’s innovation ecosystem grows, there is also a growing need for high-demand data science skills. QuantHub is deploying its skills training software to schools throughout the state to prepare students with competitive data literacy skills and engage them with careers in data science.

In partnership with Innovate Alabama, QuantHub has launched an exciting pilot program: Alabama Data Scholars.

The paid summer internship program places Alabama high school juniors and seniors into 8-week paid learning experiences at Alabama-based employers that creatively use data. The summer program offers interns hands-on experience with AI and data science as well as critical professional development. Participating interns and businesses get the chance to shape the future of Alabama’s tech scene in this pilot program.

Learn more about the QuantHub Alabama Data Scholars Program’s impact here.

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Quanthub internships are available across companies including the following:


Applications are open through March 1, and any Alabama high school junior or senior who will be at least 16 years old by June 1 is eligible to participate. No prior experience is necessary to apply for an internship, only a desire to work hard and learn.

Students can apply at Finalists will be announced no later than March 15, and cohort and internship assignments will be announced on or before May 1. The internship session will span approximately 8 weeks between June and July 2024, and most internships will allow hybrid or remote participation.

Alabama businesses that work with data science and AI are eligible to participate. Alabama businesses interested in hosting interns through the pilot program or learning about other ways to partner should register online by March 1 and can reach out to program manager Kelsey Bickett at