DOE virtual career fair to spotlight internship opportunities

Are you an undergraduate or recent graduate interested in an internship opportunity at a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national lab? Join the DOE Office of Science on Thursday, October 29, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET for a virtual career fair highlighting the Community College Internships (CCI) and Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) programs! Fourteen DOE research facilities, including ORNL, will be represented at the event. 

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JUMP into STEM now accepting applications

JUMP into STEM, the U.S. Department of Energy’s building science competition for college students, is now accepting submissions for 2020-21! Develop your creative idea for energy-efficient building solutions by November 13 and compete for a paid summer 2021 internship at ORNL or the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

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Stay connected with the all-new ORISE GO app!

Use ORISE GO to search and apply for opportunities, learn about exclusive ORISE events, manage applications, accept offers, and more. Visit the ORISE GO page for more info on how to download the app to your mobile device. NOTE: For participants in the CCI, SULI, SCGSR, Post-Bachelor’s Research Associate, Post-Master’s Research Associate, and Laboratory Technology programs, individual appointment information may be limited at this time in ORISE GO. However, these participants can still search for future opportunities and view resources within the app.


Meet a Participant

One of the best ways to learn about the opportunities at Oak Ridge National Laboratory is through the eyes of a past participant in the Science Education and Workforce Development Programs at ORNL.

Rachel Andrews

Rachel Andrews – SULI

Through the Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) Program at ORNL, Rachel Andrews contributed to research focused on the methane production in peat.

Rachel Andrews

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Amanda Colunga – GEM

Amanda Colunga – GEM

As a participant in the GEM Intern Fellowship Program at ORNL, doctoral student Amanda Colunga helped develop a graphical user interface for neutron reflectometry data.

Amanda Colunga – GEM
Brandon Kammerdiener – C-STARS

Brandon Kammerdiener – C-STARS

During an internship at ORNL, doctoral student Brandon Kammerdiener contributed to research on compilers, or tools that translate a computer’s source code into something that real hardware can execute. Brandon Kammerdiener – C-STARS