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Department of Energy Scholars Program
The stipend-based internship program is temporary, lasting 10-16 weeks and does not lead to a permanent Federal position. However, it presents an outstanding experience for college students to work with professionals and prepare for a career in science, engineering and technology. They will learn what the Department of Energy is all about and how the agency works.
The DOE Scholars program invites undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students to apply. Positions are offered at DOE locations across the U.S. in areas such as electricity, nuclear energy, fossil energy, environmental management, and much more.
Eligible students may major in engineering, science, computer science, information technology, business, mathematics, accounting and finance, law, communications and other areas. They must be U.S. citizens enrolled in an accredited, U.S. college or university.
The location is usually in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
For more details, visit energy.gov/jobs/services/students-recent-graduates