Nov 1, 2019

The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) will host a virtual career fair on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019, from noon to 3 p.m. EST. During this time, college students and recent graduates seeking STEM research, internship and fellowship opportunities can interact with U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) scientists, researchers, recruiters and staff. They can explore virtual booths representing over 25 programs in energy-related research, policy and technology from national labs, field offices and research facilities across the nation.

recruitment-fair-banner.jpg“The ORISE Virtual Career Fair experience is a great opportunity for university-level students and post graduates to investigate research opportunities available at facilities across the DOE complex,” said ORISE Workforce Development Associate Director Craig Layman. “There will be representatives from many DOE program offices, including fusion energy, nuclear security, fossil energy, intelligence and counterintelligence, environmental management, energy efficiency and renewable energy, and more.”

To participate in the virtual recruitment fair, students and recent graduates should register online for the event.

For questions about the event or to resolve any technical difficulties registering for the virtual career fair, send an email to

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