The U.S. Department of Defense seeks individuals from the academic community to participate in DoD research projects
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) depends on science, technology, and innovative engineering to carry out their mission of deterring war and protecting the security of the United States. To ensure the robust supply of scientists and engineers to meet the DoD’s future science and technology needs, the ORISE program places individuals from the academic community (students, recent graduates, and faculty) in DoD research projects. On this site, you will find information about the many research opportunities that are available at the DoD through the ORISE program.
The ORISE Research Participation Programs accept applications from students, recent graduates, and faculty researchers year round. Research appointments can vary from three months to one year and may be renewed for additional appointment terms.
Each opportunity described below contains instructions for submitting an application and lists the required supporting documents.
Potential participants may apply to one or more opportunities by visiting www.zintellect.com and creating a profile and submitting electronic applications.
The application will require:
- Profile Information
- Educational and Employment History
- Essay Questions (goals, experiences, and skills relevant to the opportunity)
- Resume (PDF)
- Transcripts/Academic Records
All documents must be submitted via Zintellect. All application components must be completed and received in the system in order to be considered.
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Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Exciting DoD research opportunities are waiting for you!
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