The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Graduate Fellowship Program (NGFP) is a full-time, salaried fellowship program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy for highly motivated graduate-level students interested in a career in nuclear security.
Working directly in NNSA offices nationwide, Fellows engage in a full year of:
- Hands-on experience in nuclear security and nonproliferation
- Career development, professional networking, and specialized training
- Extensive interaction and collaboration with security professionals and leading researchers
NGFP is administered by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and provides participants with training and practical experience that contribute to a safer world.
National Nuclear Security Administration Graduate Fellowship Program (NGFP) Information Session
Thursday, August 31
11am – 12:00pm
Meet with Senior Staff Scientists and recruiters from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory that will be here to speak with students about the opportunities for the NGFP class of 2018. For more than 20 years, the NFGP has been developing the next generation of leaders in nuclear security and nonproliferation.
NGFP offers a one-year, salaried (with benefits) post-graduate fellowships focused on nuclear security missions. Our positions are open to individuals actively pursuing their Masters or PhD, as well as students who have achieved their post-graduate degree within the past year. A detailed explanation of the program can be found in the brochure and on the NNSA web site at http://ngfp.pnnl.gov.
Georgia Tech has consistently fielded successful applicants for this fellowship, and there are two fellows from the Nunn School in the NGFP Class of 2017.
The current application deadline is October 4, 2017 for positions that will begin in June 2018.
Come meet with the NNSA recruiters on Thursday, August 31. Habersham 136, from 11am – 12:00pm.