Pantex Summer Intern Program
In addition to hands-on technical experience in their field of study, participants in the Pantex Summer Intern Program receive specialized professional development training and the opportunity to participate in social and community outreach events. All interns have a defined work scope and summer project, which they showcase during an end-of-summer Intern Expo. Eligible students must have at least a junior level standing on the day they begin work at Pantex and a minimum Grade Point Average of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale. Summer interns work 40 hours per week during the 10-week summer program. Intern positions are advertised on pantex.energy.gov; both undergraduate and graduate students may apply for the program.
Pantex summer intern Kim checks out landscape with her mentor Jim Ray, Pantex wildlife biologist.