Opportunities

Nuclear Nonproliferation International Safeguards Graduate Fellowship Program (NNIS)

This fellowship provides financial support for exceptional students pursuing technical doctoral research relevant to the field of international safeguards. Participating universities foster partnerships between science/engineering programs and programs focused on nuclear nonproliferation and safeguards policy. Armed with both deep technical expertise and policy understanding, NNIS Fellows are primed to take on the exciting and challenging work of international nuclear safeguards.

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WINS Academy Scholarships

WINS have scholarships available for selected participants who come from certain countries and who have specific responsibilities for nuclear security related to the certification programme (Note that the selection of eligible participants is entirely at WINS’ discretion and that only WINS members are eligible to apply).  

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NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program (NGP)

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Washington, DC
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IAEA Fellowship programme

The IAEA’s technical cooperation programme supports fellowships and scientific visits. Fellowships are generally awarded as part of a technical cooperation project, while scientific visits are of short duration and aimed at senior staff and specialists.

Fellowship programme

Fellowships support the development of the human resources needed at the national level for the peaceful application of nuclear science and technology. They are normally awarded for periods of up to one year and are available to university graduates or their equivalent and to individuals at technician level in the requested field, mainly through project-oriented on-the-job training.

Subject to the availability of funds and suitable training opportunities, candidates are selected on the basis of educational and professional qualifications, the needs of the Member State concerned, the number of fellowships previously awarded to that State, and the language proficiency of the nominee.

Scientific visits

The IAEA also has a programme of scientific visits, which are shorter in duration, typically ranging from a few days to a maximum of two weeks.

Scientific visits are awarded to senior staff so they can study the development of nuclear science and technology, organizational aspects and functioning of special services, training programmes and schools in nuclear science, or observe research activities. They broaden the scientific or managerial qualifications of specialists in developing countries and do not exceed two weeks’ duration.

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Internships (at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)

The Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), in support of the US Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration’s Next Generation Safeguards Initiative, are pleased to announce the availability of up to six paid summer internships at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, California.

Eligible students for this outstanding, competitive internship opportunity should demonstrate an interest in:

  • Pursuing a professional career in nuclear nonproliferation and nuclear safeguards
  • Acquiring practical experience on nuclear nonproliferation, safeguards and security policy issues as they are addressed at US national laboratories
  • Contributing to the capability of the national laboratories to perform and complete tasks and analyses related to nuclear safeguards

Dates and Duration

Ten-week internships will be scheduled during the period from June 10 to August 16, 2019.

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