INTERNSHIPS

Discover the numerous internship opportunities available at the Department of Energy National Laboratories all around the Country.

INTERNSHIPS in STEM

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What is an internship?

An internship is a work arrangement, usually 8-10 weeks long that gives you practical experience relevant to your studies or career interests. It’s typically geared toward college students. During an internship, managers assess a student’s capability and may recruit that person for an ongoing project.

Benefits of an internship. In other words, why apply?

You meet professionals working on exciting scientific projects.

You gain hands-on experience and exposure to a professional work setting.

You develop skills while contributing to a meaningful initiative.

It broadens your view of possible careers.

You build a network of key contacts who can give advice about graduate school and potential career paths.

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Internships are a risk-free way to explore possible pathways and careers.

And the best part is:  you learn more about yourself -- what you like, what you don’t like, and what you’re capable of doing.
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Internships at Participating Labs

Brookhaven National Laboratory, NY
Fermilab, IL 
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, CA
Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM
Lawrence Livermore Lab, CA
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN
SLAC National Laboratory, CA

 

More Internship Opportunities at Various Locations:

Community College Internship
  • Application Period for Summer Internships: October to January
Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship
  • Application Period for Summer Internships: October to January
Oakridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE)
Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program
  • For U.S. citizens attending a minority serving institution
Minority Educational Institution Student Partnership Program (MEISPP)
  • For U.S. citizens attending a minority serving institution
SAGE Internships

Program sponsored by the Office of High Energy Physics within the Office of Science of the Department of Energy.

  • Undergraduate or Graduate standing
  • For SAGE Alumni only
  • Must be a US Resident or Citizen
  • Skill development
  • Professional growth training

 

Are you SAGE Alumni and interested in an internship?

If so, please fill out this INTERNSHIP INTEREST FORM so we can support you on your SAGE Journey:

Interest Form