Participation in the following program is contingent on being
a present recipient of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Scholars
and Fellows Program.
The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) administers
a number of college student internships to help ensure a highly skilled,
diverse work force for the science and technology challenges of LLNL's homeland
security research. LLNL's Homeland Security Directorate supports the chemical
and biological national security program, nuclear smuggling programs and
activities, the nuclear assessment program (including both nuclear threat
and illicit trafficking assessments), energy security and assurance programs
and activities, some life science activities related to microbial pathogens,
and some advanced scientific computing research.
In an effort to develop and implement a comprehensive
program that integrates academic learning with work force preparation
and training in support of Homeland Security at LLNL and more specifically,
the Homeland Security Scholars and Fellows Program to undergraduate
and graduate students pursuing scientific studies in homeland security.
Students will work at the Lab for approximately 10
to 12 weeks on a variety of different projects in support of
Homeland Security. Selection at LLNL will then be based on
identifying a research project taking into account the individuals
academic achievements, prior experience, technical interest,