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Graduate Employment and Internships

Note: Most recent postings are at the top. We leave old postings on the list so that you may research them for potential applications for next year.

COMEXUS

  • Website: www.comexus.org.mx
  • US Scholars Award - Science and Technology
  • PhD is required
  • Good proficiency in Spanish
  • Letter of affiliation from a Mexican academic or research institution

 

Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation

  • Website: http://smart.asee.org/
  • Open to: Graduate and doctoral students pursuing degrees in STEM fields.
  • Scholars recieve: full tuition, cash stipend, employment with Department of Defense facilities after graduation, summer internships.

 

Prudential

  • Website: http://jobs.prudential.com
  • Opportunities available in Human Resources, Law, Compliance and Business Ethics, Sales and Marketing, and Technology.

 

Sandia National Laboratories

 

Native American Congressional Internship Program

  • Website: www.udall.gov
  • Internship is for American Indian and Alaska Native undergraduate, graduate, and law students
  • Application deadline is January 31, 2015

 

New Mexico State Investment Council 

  • Disciplines: Business, Finance, Accounging, Engineering, Science
  • Professional Position in:
    • Investment Analyst / Senion Investment Analyst; Real Return Group
  • Posting

 

Disney Professional Internship in Technology

  • Disciplines: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Managment
  • Professional Internships in:
    • Web Design, Software Engineering, Game Engineering, Quality Assurance, UX Design, Digital Media, Application Developer, .Net Developer, Business Analyst, New Technology Analyst, Distribution Technologist, Electrical Engineer
  • DisneyInterns.com

 

National Research Council of the National Academies

  • Requirements: Ph.D. in associated discipline
  • Disciplines: Chemistry; Earth, Atmospheric and Space Sciences; Engineering, Applied Science, and Mathematics; Life Sciences; and Physics
  • Award Types:
    • Postdoctoral Research Awards
    • Graduate Awards
    • Senior Research Awards
  • Funding for one year (renewable up to three years total) to:
    • "conduct independent research in an area compatible with the interests of the sponsoring laboratory"
    • "devote full-time effort to research and publication"
    • "access the excellent and often unique facilities of the federal research enterprise"
    • "collaborate with leading scientists and engineers at federal research laboratories and affiliated institutions"
  • Support includes stipend, health insurance, relocation benefits, and allowance for professional travel.
  • Application deadlines: February 1, May 1, August 1, November 1
  • Find research opportunities that match your interests at www.nationalacademies.org/rap, discuss with your prospective research advisor (contact information on the web site), complete the online application.
  • Questions? Contact: National Research Council of the National Academies at (202) 334-2760 or rap@nas.edu

 

Naval Research Laboratory Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

  • Requires: U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident; Must have received an earned Ph.D. or other research doctoral degree by the the appointment; Must have received Ph.D. no more than 7 years before start of appointment.
  • Award duration: One year with possible renewal for years two and three
  • Stipend: Competitive based on research field and host laboratory
  • http://nrl.asee.org
  • (202) 350-5763 or postdocs@asee.org

 

 Small Business Postdoctoral Research Diversity Fellowship

  • Requires: U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident; Must have received an earned Ph.D., Sc.D., or other research doctoral degree in a STEM-related discipline suppored by the National Science Foundation.
  • Program: Places recent Ph.D. recipients in designated active National Science Foundation (NSF) Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) companies. Aims: to help Phase II participants accelerate their research and to broaden participation from underrepresented groups such as women, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, American Indians, and Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders. 
  • Stipend: $75,000 per year plus health and life insurance; relocation ad travel grants are available.
  • Duration: Fellowships are for two years with satisfactory performance.