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Nuclear Fuel Management, Recycling and Disposal Internships

Seeking Degree Programs In: Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Radiochemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Metallurgical Engineering, Materials Science, Geology, Environmental Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, and related
Does an internship passionate about changing the world's energy future intrigue you? If so, we might have just the opportunity you're looking for!
Through this single application, you are considered for all internship projects related to Nuclear Fuel Management. Simply complete the application questions which will help us identify what knowledge and experience you already have that may be related to the preferred qualifications for each individual internship project. It is common for applicants to receive consideration for multiple projects at varying times throughout the process. Mentors will make direct contact with applicants who meet their project qualifications to share the specific details of the project. Most internships provide flexibility with start and end dates to account for varying university term schedules. We encourage early applications to increase the number of opportunities available to you.
If you are interested in other INL internship categories in addition to this one, you will need to complete the application for each of those categories as well. Most of the information you provide while completing the initial application carries over to your new applications. You will have to review your previously submitted information in each step, ensure it is complete and then click the submit button on the final step.


Internship projects will focus on INL's work to develop robust waste forms for long-term disposal. INL scientists are studying science and technology innovations for recovering fissionable materials from used fuel while improving proliferation resistance and long-term storage options. This work is a focus for the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy (DOE- NE) Fuel Cycle Research and Development Program.