DOE SCHOLARS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

SPONSORING AGENCY: U.S. Department of Energy

SUMMARY: The U.S. Department of Energy Scholars Internship program is designed to provide participants a competitive edge upon entering the Department of Energy workforce. Assignments afford students the opportunity to work with leading scientists and experts. Appointments are made at entry- to mid-levels and offer an opportunity to work on assignments that impact the nation and the world.

DISCIPLINES:

  • Engineering
    Physical Sciences
    Environmental Sciences
    Computer Science and Information Technology
    Physics
    Program Management
    Mathematics
    Statistics
    Safety and Health
    Accounting and Finance
    Law

ELIGIBILITY:

  1. A US citizen 18 years or older
  2. An undergraduate, graduate, or recent graduate of an accredited institute of higher education
  3. Minimum overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.9

BENEFITS:

  1. Ten-week appointments the summer; up to 16 weeks during semester appointments
  2. Weekly stipends of $550 for undergraduates or $600 for graduate students and postgraduates
  3. Round-trip travel from home or institution to the appointment site

DEADLINE: January 31, 2008

For further information on this program, please see the DOE Scholars Internship page on the ORISE website.