Idaho National Laboratory is on the search for bright and highly passionate high school students for its summer internship program. It is a part-time and seasonal intern course that will occur in Idaho Falls, ID.
This summer program carries a mission to support high school students by providing them experience in a real-world work environment. It will offer interns the opportunity to learn, collaborate, innovate and conduct research with top researchers and professionals.
In return, interns will be expected to work directly with INL employees on multiple projects. Apart from the regular activities, interns will also get the chance to attend weekly seminars, tours, and community events through their journey of the internship.
Founded in 1949, Idaho National Laboratory is a laboratory in Idaho Falls, Idaho. It is the nation’s major center for nuclear energy research and development. It works as one of the national laboratories of the United States Department of Energy. This laboratory currently has a staff of approximately 4,000 people.
This program will take place in Idaho Falls, ID.
This internship will compensate you through:
- Chance to learn from and work with top researchers and professionals
- Mentorship and guidance
- Weekly seminars, tours, and community events
- Real tasks and responsibilities throughout the summer
- Flexible start and end dates
To enroll in this program, you will need to have:
- Have the ability to pass a background check
- Possess a minimum overall 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA)
- Complete this application, which is used to place students based on their academic interests, coursework, knowledge and communication skills
- Enrolled full-time student status at an accredited high school program
- Preference will be provided to local high school students
- Preference will be provided to graduating high school seniors, juniors complete and students heading into their junior year of high school
- Must be 16 years of age.
Possessing authorization to work in the U.S. is required for this role.
How to Apply:
Applications must be submitted online.
Applications will be accepted until April 24, 2020.