Department of Energy OMNI Technology alliance internship (OMNI)

This 10-week summer program offers internships to undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of cybersecurity, information technology, and other related fields, with the opportunity to participate for up to three consecutive summers.


“[My mentor] has taken the time to introduce me to good people that are in a different division because their research coincides with my thesis work. My horizons have certainly expanded thanks to him.” -Former OMNI Participant

ORNL participates in the OMNI Program.

DOE OMNI is offered full-time at ORNL for 10 weeks and provides interns the opportunity to be mentored in areas of cybersecurity and information technology. This program values real-world experiences to enhance the participants’ educational experiences. Virtual internships are also allowed in certain cases.

Summer 2024 Applications are due January 15, 2024


• Summer only
• 10 weeks
• Full-time
• On-site or virtual


Eligibility Overview

• U.S. citizen
• Age +18 years
• GPA 3.0+
• Studying cybersecurity or other IT-related fields
• Full-time undergraduate of graduate student or recent graduate (AS/BS)


Pay and Allowances

  • Weekly stipend of $750-$1,000 dependent on level of education
  • Weekly minimum housing allowance of $240
  • Travel reimbursement will be provided for inbound and outbound expenses up to $1,000 if relocating farther than 50 miles to Oak Ridge

How to Apply

Check application opening and closing dates.
Apply on the Zintellect website.
Connect with an ORNL mentor

Additional Resources

Learn more about ORNL.
Learn more about the OMNI program.

Do you have questions? That’s okay!
For questions about ORNL internships, email [email protected].

For questions about the application process, email [email protected]

For questions about the program, email [email protected]

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