High School Science Programs Student - SRAP - Chemical Physics & Analysis Intern (Summer)
Full/Part Time: Part-Time
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is seeking ambitious, high caliber sophomore, junior or senior high school students for intern assignments within the Student Research Apprenticeship Program (SRAP). This summer internship is a research-based experience for students who are sophomore, juniors or seniors and/or students traditionally underrepresented in science and engineering.
This project involves the construction and development of spectral libraries containing infrared calibrated spectra and metadata for liquids, solids, and deposition samples in the thermal-passive spectral region (1.3 – 16 µm). The student will assist with processing spectral data and reviewing and generating metadata, i.e. information about the sample and instrumental procedures.
****BEFORE YOU APPLY****
When asked to upload your resume to your application, you need to upload one (1) PDF file that includes the following:
1. Cover Letter
3. Unofficial transcript
4. Personal Statement: Describe who you are beyond your academic achievements and potential. Offer information in regards to what kind of activities, leadership or experiences you’ve had that contributed toward your interest in STEM.
APPLICATIONS THAT DO NOT INCLUDE THE ITEMS ABOVE IN THEIR SINGLE PDF UPLOAD WILL BE DISQUALIFIED AS INCOMPLETE.
Equal Employment Opportunity
PNNL is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that is committed to hiring a diverse, talented workforce. EOE Disability/Vet/M/F/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity. Staff at PNNL must be able to demonstrate the legal right to work in the United States.
- Applicants must be currently enrolled as a sophomore, junior or senior in a public or private high school at time of application.
- Applicants must be 16 years of age by June 2018.
- Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher (from beginning of 9th grade to current standing).
Relevant Course Work Desired: Chemistry, Physics, Calculus, Computer Science
Computer Skills Desired: Standard software packages such as MS Office (excel, Word, etc.) and some basic computer programming skills.
Other Desired Skills: Ability to learn how to use commercial software for scientific graphing and data analysis such as IGOR Pro and Origin as well as OPUS spectroscopy software for data processing and evaluation.
Organization and Job ID
Job ID: 307289
Directorate: Physical & Computational Sciences
Division: Chemical Physics & Analysis