Our future relies on the new ideas and energy brought from college and university campuses to NRC. We’ve developed a number of special educational initiatives, summer programs, and internship opportunities that put NRC at the top of any students short-list of potential employers.
We hire recent graduates with bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degrees and strong academic records in health physics, earth sciences, or engineering to participate in on-the-job training, formal classroom training, and rotational assignments. See the Nuclear Safety Professional Development Program page for more informationIf you would like to contact us about the Professional Development Programs, see Contact Us About Employment and select "Professional Development Programs" from the dropdown list.
We hire graduating law students or judicial law clerks with strong academic records; excellent writing, research, and advocacy skills; and an interest in the interplay of law, science, energy policy, environmental concerns, and public policy. To find out how to qualify for this program, see our Honor Law Graduate Program page. If you would like to contact us about the Honor Law Graduate Program, see Contact Us About Employment and select "Honor Law" from the dropdown list. See also, the Honor Law Graduate Program brochure
We hire graduating third-year law students, graduate law students, and current judicial law clerks with strong academic records, excellent analytic and writing skills, and an interest in administrative and environmental/energy law, to serve as judicial law clerks. To find out if you qualify for this program, and how to apply, see our Judicial Law Clerk Program page. If you would like to contact us about the Judicial Law Clerk Program, see Contact Us About Employment and select "Judicial Law Clerk Program" from the dropdown list.
We hire college or university students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in science, engineering, and other disciplines related to the NRC Mission. The student participants integrate alternating periods of academic study and work experience, or parallel periods of academic study and work experience. For additional information, see our Frequently Asked Questions About the Co-Op Education Program. For questions, see Contact Us About Employment, and select "Co-Op Program" from the dropdown list.
Applications for the Temporary Student Employment program are accepted between September and November.
We hire high school or college students who wish to work during the summer or during school vacations. For additional information, see our Frequently Asked Questions About the Temporary Student Program. For questions, see Contact Us About Employment, and select "Temporary Student Program" from the dropdown list.
The Office of General Counsel periodically sponsors summer internships for students in law school. Internships during the school year may also be arranged. See the Office of General Counsel Internship Program page for more information on how to apply for the program.
NRC has a program for grants to students (and faculty) at historically black colleges and universities. Read more about the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) program and how to apply.