Sandra Begay, center, talks with interns about how a photovoltaic panel works to generate electricity. The DOE has offered the internship program through Sandia since 2002. Picture taken at the Mission San Esteban Rey in the Pueblo of Acoma. Photo credit: Randy Montoya

DOE Expands Opportunity for Indian Energy Student Interns

January 10, 2022 11:49 am Published by

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Indian Energy, through Sandia National Laboratories (Albuquerque, NM), is now accepting applications for the College Student Internship Program.

In addition to hiring four 2022 summer full-time undergraduate interns (application deadline: February 4, 2022), DOE will hire one year-round part-time graduate intern (application deadline: January 10, 2022) for spring 2022.

Current full-time undergraduate and graduate students who are familiar with Native American culture and aware of tribal issues are encouraged to apply. Interested applicants can review the requirements and applications process web page before applying directly through the Sandia Careers tool (search for “Indian Energy” and Job ID#s 679960 and 680061).

For more information about these exciting opportunities, visit the Office of Indian Energy College Student Internship Program web page.