R&D WORKFORCE TRAINING

Government sponsored internships and training programs are competitive, and oh so exciting! What makes these training experiences so rewarding is that students actually get to work in STEM fields of interest – in other words, be a real scientist or engineer while also helping the nation, the planet, and the universe! This STEM Portal provides programs targeted to all levels of experience so there is something for everyone interested in technology careers and advanced training. It gives in one location a searchable database of opportunities at Federal agencies for internships, scholarships, and other training programs. Each listing includes the description, link, and contact information for the program. The search filters provide flexibility to target the opportunities that fit your interest. For example, the pull-down menu for Education Level Eligibility has opportunities for community college students, undergraduates and graduates, postdoctoral fellows, early career researchers, K-12 Educators, and even K-12 students! more...

FEDERAL AGENCIES' STEM INTERNSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES


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Disclaimer: This resource contains links to federal programs and other activities that support STEM Education. Some links on this page may take you to non-federal websites. Their policies may differ from this site. The resource is not intended to be exhaustive but rather representative of Federal programs and investments related to STEM education. All material is preliminary in nature and subject to revision. Nothing in the text should be construed as a commitment by the Federal government or any specific Federal agency to participate in or fund any particular line of research or development.

Please Note: The information in this inventory was gathered by NCO Staff. For questions about specific programs please contact program's corresponding Federal Agency sponsor.



Page updated: March 24, 2021