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NETL Internship Programs Administered by ORISE

 

The NETL Internship Programs administered by ORISE offer opportunities to participate in hands-on, energy-related research through three competitive internships and research fellowship programs. Participants team up with world-class researchers and scientists, use one-of-a-kind equipment and facilities, collaborate with subject matter experts and professionals, author/co-author papers, presentations and other publication materials, attend/present at conferences and workshops. Stipends are provided along with allowances for housing and travel, and no experience is required. To complement NETL’s mission, the offered educational programs ensure that future energy challenges can be overcome, and energy opportunities are realized. 

These programs include:

  • The Professional Internship Program (PIP) Eligibility: Be an undergraduate or graduate student in good standing at a regionally accredited college/ university, or a postbaccalaureate within two years of graduation; have an overall minimum GPA of 2.5/4.0; and be at least 18 years old at the time of appointment. Benefits: Weekly stipend; limited travel assistance
  • The Post Graduate Research Program (PGRP) Eligibility: Be a graduate who received their master’s degree within the last three years or received their doctorate within the last five years. Benefits: Monthly stipend based on degree level; limited travel/moving assistance; limited stipend supplement for medical insurance
  • The Faculty Research Program (FRP) Eligibility: Be a full-time regular permanent faculty member at an accredited college/university with a research interest in NETL core R&D areas. Benefits: Monthly stipend based on base academic salary; limited travel assistance

 

 

 

 


Internship Opportunities Contact:

Patricia Adkins-Coliane