The Department of Defense is recruiting 50 science, technology, engineering,
and mathematics students for a 10-week summer internship. The Joint

Educational Opportunities for Minorities (JEOM) internship is an opportunity
for students to learn how to conduct research and work on exciting and

rewarding projects at national laboratories and test centers across the
country, including:

 

Air Force Research Laboratory

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH 

www.ml.afrl.af.mil <http://www.ml.afrl.af.mil/>


 

Air Force Research Laboratory

Rome, NY

www.rl.af.mil <http://www.rl.af.mil/>    

 

Artic Region Supercomputing Center

Fairbanks, AK

www.arsc.edu <http://www.arsc.edu/>  

 

Army Research Laboratory

Aberdeen, MD and Adelphi, MD

www.arl.army.mil <http://www.arl.army.mil/>  

 

Engineering Research and Development Center

Vicksburg, MS

www.erdc.usace.army.mil <http://www.erdc.usace.army.mil/>  

 

High Performance Computing Modernization Program Office

Lorton, VA

www.hpcmo.hpc.mil <http://www.hpcmo.hpc.mil/>  

 

Maui High Performance Computing Center

Maui, HI

www.mhpcc.hpc.mil <http://www.mhpcc.hpc.mil/>  

 

Naval Air Warfare Center, Aircraft Division

Patuxent River, MD

www.nawcad.navy.mil <http://www.nawcad.navy.mil/>  

 

Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division

China Lake, CA

www.nawcwd.navy.mil <http://www.nawcwd.navy.mil/>  

 

Naval Oceanographic Office

Stennis Space Center, MS

www.navo.hpc.mil <http://www.navo.hpc.mil/>  

 

Naval Research Laboratory/ Fleet Numerics Lab

Monterey, CA 

www.nrlmry.navy.mil <http://www.nrlmry.navy.mil/>  

 

Space & Missile Defense Command

Huntsville, AL

www.smdc.army.mil <http://www.smdc.army.mil/>    

 

Visit each site to learn more about their computing resources and what types
of work interns will be involved in.  Examples include: biotechnology,

maneuverability and terrain physics simulation, battlespace environments
simulation, molecular modeling, materiel impact estimation, and weapons

design and testing. 

 

Applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in
science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.  All

individuals are welcome to apply, including white men, women, minorities,
and citizens from other countries.  JEOM offers a competitive stipend,

travel expenses to/from the internship location, and an opportunity to
network with leaders in the science and technology community at a technical

conference and Summer Colloquium in Seattle, Washington. Students will not
be required to enlist in any of the military Services (Army, Navy, or Air

Force). 

 

To apply, submit an online application at
https://www.hpcmo.hpc.mil/JEOM/howtoapply.php. Also, please send a
transcript and two letters of recommendation to:

 

HPCMP

JEOM Program Manager

10501 Furnace Road, Suite 101

Lorton, VA 22079-2632

703-812-4440-Tel

703-690-0971-Fax

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The application deadline is March 10, 2008; faxes or emails are acceptable.
If you have problems with the online application, a paper version is posted

on the HPCMP JEOM webpage. For more information, email
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Sincerely,

 

Scott Mitchell

Technical Writer

High Performance Computing Modernization Office

10501 Furnace Road, Suite 101

Lorton, VA 22079-2632

703-812-4440-T

703-812-9701-F

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