UPDATE: Fall 2022 Internship for NEATEC-NIST PDF below:
— Two Summer Internship Opportunities are in this post —
NEATEC and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) offer a summer 2022 internship in Semiconductor and Nanotechnology
This is an opportunity for college students and recent graduates to learn about semiconductor and nanotechnology manufacturing processes by working in one of the most advanced centers in the nation. The student will be personally tutored by scientists and engineers at the NIST. A weekly stipend of $650 for the duration of the internship (14 weeks) and allowance of $500 for travel expenses.
Starting Date: May 23, 2022
Duration: 14 weeks
Venue: Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST) NanoFab, at NIST – Gaithersburg, MD
Deadline: March 25, 2022. Visit this simple application form:
NEATEC NIST Internship Application – Summer 2022.
Or download this PDF Flyer from NEATAC / NIST.
Caltech Aerospace Mentorship Program (AMP)
Caltech is offering a 10-week intensive summer research program in Caltech’s Aerospace department. The Aerospace Mentorship Program (AMP) offers summer interns the opportunity to complete a research project in faculty labs and work alongside graduate student mentors. Interns attend weekly seminars and skill development sessions, tour faculty labs, and participate in various social and cultural activities around Pasadena, CA. Participants receive a stipend of $6,840, plus $2,300 for on-campus housing and travel supplement.
Date: mid-June to late August 2022
Duration: 10 weeks
Venue: Caltech – Pasadena, CA
Deadline: March 31, 2022. Follow these links to apply:
Summer AMP is a sub-program of Caltech’s WAVE Fellowships program and is intended for community college students. Applications are due by March 31, 2022. Students can start the application process via the SURF/WAVE webpage, here.
More information can be found at: AMP Summer Program.
Some Recent project titles:
- Trajectory following for autonomous underwater vehicles
- High strain rate compressive behavior of 3D printed aluminum 6061 of varying porosity
- Implementation of reaction wheels and balancing for spacecraft simulators