DOE Scholars Program – Apply by January 31

The U.S. Department of Energy Scholars Program is now accepting applications for Summer 2011. 

Are you interested in participating in the most recent scientific research and development? Would you like to gain experience in discovering solutions to power and securing America’s future, specifically in energy security, nuclear security, scientific discovery and innovation, environmental responsibility and management excellence?

The Department of Energy Scholars Program offers summer internships with stipends of up to $650 per week depending on academic status to undergraduates, graduate students and post graduates at accredited institutes of higher education. Majors accepted include: engineering; physical sciences; environmental sciences; computer science and information technology; physics; program management; math; statistics; safety and health; accounting and finance; law; and other related discipline areas. Applicants must be US Citizens – no exceptions.

Internships provide participants with the opportunity to conduct hands-on research while showcasing their education, talent and skills. Interns will also have a unique opportunity to explore the options for federal careers with DOE.

For more information, please contact Leslie Fox, Program Manager or Barbara Dunkin, Program Specialist at  The DOE Scholars program is managed by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE).

Application deadline:  January 31, 2011

One Reply to “DOE Scholars Program – Apply by January 31”

  • I am a metallurgical engineer with a four-year degree. I worked back home as a metallurgist, but now I need the hands-on experience in refining iron and steel making plant or iron and steel meling shop. I am a single parent the head house hold for a three college students. I am really in need to work as a metallurgist. I am very interested in working in iron and steel work shop or anything related to iron and steel making. I really need this scholrship

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