STEM Internships and Fellowships for Recent Graduates Recent graduates can gain invaluable experience through STEM internships and fellowships

Are you a recent graduate looking for a STEM research internship or fellowship to take you beyond entry-level understanding and provide you with elements that are essential to a successful professional career?

ORISE offers challenging research opportunities to help prepare recent graduates for a career in STEM while providing them with laboratory knowledge to use in pursuit of an advanced degree. Recent bachelor’s and master’s degree graduates are in a position to gain invaluable research experience in a variety of STEM-related disciplines.

Graduates intent on remaining within the academic community may find that a research experience provides the laboratory experience needed before moving on to pursue a master’s degree or doctorate.

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Meet some of the ORISE participants who are advancing scientific research and discovery

ORISE administers STEM education programs on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy and other federal agencies. The diversity of these programs enables individuals—whether undergraduate, graduate, postdoc, or faculty—to conduct collaborative research with national laboratories or at one of DOE's federal agency partners. Learn about how their research experiences have advanced their academic and professional careers.

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Want to learn more about an ORISE internship or fellowship? Have questions about how the ORISE experience can successfully impact your career path and/or add value to the research opportunities of students or alumni you work with at your organization? If so, contact our team today—we look forward to hearing from you!