Student Programs


Fostering Futures in the Bay Area 

Engineering has several programs that prepare students for future STEM careers. Whether you’re in graduate school or high school, there is an opportunity for you. Browse our current internship openings, or keep reading to learn more about our offerings.

Engineering Programs for Students

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High School Students

Engineering’s High School Mentorship Program is for students at partner high schools in Livermore interested in STEM careers. Open to rising seniors aged 16+, the four-week program pairs students with scientists and engineers to experience the Lab environment, project teamwork, and working with a mentor. The program runs from mid-July till the first week of August. Students are notified of this opportunity by their schools.

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Learn what it’s like to work at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory with an internship that provides hands-on experience. As an Engineering intern, you’ll work on projects alongside our expert staff so you can expand your skill set and get a feel for careers in the field.


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Community College Partnerships 

Engineering offers local community college students hands-on experience with Lab scientists and engineers. Students work on a variety of projects, depending on their skills and completed classwork, including vacuum technology, electronics, machining, prototyping, and robotics. They may also support engineers by setting up and conducting experiments and participate in all programs and events offered to Engineering interns.