Energy Storage Internships through Department of Energy EERE AMMTO (ESI)
The Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Energy Storage Internships at ORNL provides participants the opportunity to develop their education and practical skillsets as they advance the field of battery technology.
“At ORNL, we try to build practicality into our work, using our deep bench of scientists and engineers to address science gaps across scales for an approach that can be readily adopted by industry.” —Electrification and Energy Infrastructure Section Head Ilias Belharouak
ORNL participates in the Department of Energy Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI).
The Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s Energy Storage Internship at ORNL provides participants the opportunity to work on projects improving battery technology, such as battery chemistry or improved manufacturing processes. During the participant’s 10-week summer program, they will be mentored by an ORNL staff member with a focus on developing long-lasting relationships with their mentor and the national lab.
Summer 2024 Applications coming soon!
- Summer only
- 10 weeks
- U.S. citizen
- Age 18+
- Studying a major related to energy storage
- Meets one of the following criteria:
- Fully enrolled undergraduate student at the junior or senior level
- Enrolled as a full-time graduate student
- Earned an undergraduate or graduate degree in the last 2 years
Pay and Allowances
- All internships at ORNL are paid internships. Visit the student application page for detailed information on pay and allowances.
How to Apply
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Applications coming soon!
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