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AISES Internship Opportunity at BMM Test Labs

BMM Testlabs Partners with AISES for Exciting 2018 Summer Internship Opportunity

AISES is proud to announce that BMM Testlabs, a gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, will be partnering with AISES for the 2018 BMM Testlabs Internship Program. Applications are now being accepted through February 16, 2018.

The 10-week internship will run from June through August 2018 at BMM’s headquarters in Las Vegas. As a donor to the AISES scholarship fund for a number of years, BMM and AISES created the internship to further Tribal students’ opportunities. The program will provide students with applied work experience and an opportunity to explore career options in the casino gaming industry. The intern will assist test engineers as part of a team responsible for: assessing gaming technology integrity, accountability and functionality, performing statistical analysis of gaming device and game probabilities, reviewing gaming device and system source code and assist with the development of testing procedures.

BMM’s Jodi DiLascio, Director, Tribal Gaming and Member, NIGA Board of Directors, commented, “BMM is honored to be a part of a program that supports education for Tribal students. Our commitment to the Tribal community is great and we can only hope to continue to work with amazing organizations, like AISES, to expand their opportunities.”

Kellie Jewett-Fernandez (Cheyenne River Lakota), Director of Business and Program Development with AISES stated, “Internships provide AISES students with opportunities to explore career options and gain valuable work experience. As the gaming industry continues to be a significant part of Tribal economies across the country, AISES is thrilled to work with BMM in their efforts to connect students with exciting opportunities in the technical workforce.”

For more information on how to apply, please visit http://www.aises.org/internships/bmm-test-labs-internship



MIT Summer Internship Opportunity

The MIT Materials Research Laboratory and the Center for Materials Science & Engineering sponsor a summer research internship program for rising junior and senior undergraduates in the science and engineering fields. We would be grateful if you would bring it to the attention of your students by posting or forwarding the attached flyer where your students will see it, or pass it on to an appropriate department for posting.

This challenging program brings promising students to MIT to learn and perform research in laboratories in a broad selection of materials science subfields. In addition to providing a stipend and round-trip travel expenses, we host presentations and group discussions on topics relevant to materials scientists, such as graduate school, careers in materials science, creating effective poster presentations, and management of intellectual property. At the conclusion of the program, the students present their individual research results at a poster session. The summer research internship, offered each year since 1983, affords students an invaluable experience in top-notch cutting edge research.

The summer scholars program is funded by the National Science Foundation REU program. MIT is an equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

SUMMER RESEARCH
INTERNSHIP

Funded by the MIT Materials Research Laboratory and the Center for Materials Science & Engineering, a National
Science Foundation Materials Research Science and Engineering Center, through the NSF REU Program. MIT is an
equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
biology

chemical engineering
chemistry

nuclear engineering

mechanical engineering
materials science & engineering
electrical engineering
civil engineering

and other cutting-edge fields
physics

aeronautical engineering
Fields of Study

APPLICATION DEADLINE
FEBRUARY 16, 2018

Each participant chooses a project to
work on alongside with MIT faculty
Learn about a wide range of research
in materials science
Awards include $6500 stipend and
round-trip travel expenses
The program is open to students who
are U.S. citizens or permanent residents
and are entering their junior or senior
year in September, 2018

Project Areas May Include
Materials for electronics, communications
& microphotonics
Advanced ceramics & magnetic materials

Biomaterials & polymers
Metals, polymers & ceramic composites

Electrochemical processing; batteries;
surfaces; interfaces
Mathematical modeling

Energy generation and storage
Active materials


AISES Scholarship and Internship Applications Now Open!

AISES Scholarship and Internship Applications Now Open

AISES is now accepting applications for scholarship and internship opportunities for the 2018-19 Academic Year.

Beginning in the 2018-19 Academic Year, AISES will utilize the Online Scholarship Application Information System (OASIS) provided by Indigenous Education, Inc. In OASIS, students will complete a General Application Profile that can be completed, revised and submitted year-round and will match you with the scholarship opportunities you are eligible for. Students must apply separately to each scholarship opportunity.

In addition, AISES student members will have easy access to scholarships opportunities provided by Indigenous Education, Inc. and other organizations using the OASIS platform.

All of the scholarships have different eligibility criteria. Just because you do not qualify for other scholarships offered on this website, do not assume you will not qualify for AISES or other scholarships. Be sure to read the specific requirements carefully.

Scholarship Opportunities – Deadline: January 12, 2018
AISES Travel Scholarships for the 2018 Leadership Summit
Travel assistance for full-time undergraduate or graduate students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields to attend the 2018 AISES Leadership Summit in Alpine, CA. Awards will vary in amount. and are meant to help Scholarships will cover a roundtrip, economy airfare, lodging, and conference registration.
Internship Opportunities – Deadline: February 16, 2018
BMM Test Labs Internship
One position is now available with AISES partner, BMM Test Labs. The internship will be located in Las Vegas, NV. The ideal student will have a background in computer science, computer engineering or electrical engineering. Additionally, ideal candidate should be completing bachelor or graduate degree and be eligible for employment.
Scholarship Opportunities – Deadline: March 31, 2018
AISES A. T. Anderson Memorial Scholarship
$1,000 for undergraduates or $2,000 for graduate students. Open to students pursuing degrees in Mathematics, Medical Sciences, Physical Science, Technology, Science, Engineering, or Natural Resources.
AISES Chevron Corporation Scholarship
$5,000 for the academic year for undergraduate or graduate students. Must be pursuing a degree that is beneficial to Chevron business and have an interest in the energy industry. This may include STEM degrees as well as business related studies.
AISES Intel Growing the Legacy Scholarship Program
$5,000 for undergraduate students and $10,000 for graduate students. Open to students pursuing degrees in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Electrical Engineering. Chemical Engineering and Material Science will also be considered. This Program also includes a paid internship opportunity for summer of 2019.
AISES Oracle Academy Scholarship
$2,500 for undergraduates or $10,000 for graduate students. Open to students pursuing degrees in Computer Science or Computer Engineering.
AISES Burlington North Santa Fe (BNSF) Foundation Scholarship
$2,500 per academic year for high school seniors who reside in one of the 13 states serviced by the BNSF. Open to students pursuing degrees Business, Finance, Mathematics, Natural/Physical Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Education, Medicine or Health Administration.
If you have questions or need assistance, please contact: Brianna Hall atbhall@aises.org or 720-552-6123, Ext. 119.


Deadline is Approaching for BPA Internships! Apply Today!

Bonneville Power Administration (BPA)
Transmission Services Intern & Fish & Wildlife Program Intern

The Bonneville Power Administration offers unique opportunities for students to begin exploring careers in energy and fish and wildlife environment. An AISES internship enables students to put their education and knowledge to action on BPA projects, as well as prepare students for future employment.

To learn more about the Bonneville Power Administration, visit bpa.gov.

Internships Available

Transmission Service Interns – 1-2 positions available
Positions are available in one of the following organizations: Planning and Assessment Management, Systems Operation and Engineering and Technical – depending on the students’ engineering major of study and interest. The internship will be in Vancouver, WA (just outside of Portland, OR). Interns will assist senior engineers working on drawings, performing planning functions, design, testing equipment, participating in field visits, and other activities. The ideal candidate will have a background in electrical, civil, or mechanical engineering.

Fish and Wildlife Program Intern
The first and last week of this internship are spent at the BPA Headquarters in Portland, OR where the intern is exposed to work completed by the BPA Fish and Wildlife Program – a nearly $300 million annual program that implements fish and wildlife related projects in the region. Much of the internship is at the Cle Elum Supplementation and Research Facility (fish hatchery) located in Cle Elum, WA that is managed by the Yakama Nation. The intern will perform a suite of fish culturalist and technician tasks with the Yakama Nation hatchery team, as well as partnering state agencies. The intern will learn the importance of supplementation and management actions within the Yakima Basin. Work performed at the Cle Elum Supplementation and Research Facility is integral to the return of salmon to Columbia River tributaries. This internship provides many opportunities to gain hands-on experience with projects, field work, professional development network.

Internship details
The positions are paid weekly stipend that includes dormitory lodging, weekly transportation allowance, and round-trip airfare or mileage to the internship site. Candidates must complete 10 weeks of full-time work in their assigned office. Interns should not undertake this commitment if it creates undue hardship or if personal or financial obligations prevent them from participating for the full consecutive 10 weeks.

Applications are due Friday, December 15, 2017.

For more details about the internship, eligibility, the application process, and timeline visit:http://www.aises.org/scholoarships/bonneville-power-administration-bpa-internships


Apply for the BPA Summer Internship!

Bonneville Power Administration (BPA)

Transmission Services Intern & Fish & Wildlife Program Intern

In partnership with the Bonneville Power Administration, AISES is thrilled to announce multiple internship opportunities for summer of 2018.

Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), part of the U.S. Department of Energy, is a federal nonprofit agency based in the Pacific Northwest. As part of its responsibilities, BPA promotes energy efficiency, renewable resources, and new technologies. The agency also funds regional efforts to protect and rebuild fish and wildlife populations affected by hydropower development in the Columbia River Basin.

The Bonneville Power Administration offers unique opportunities for students to begin exploring careers in energy and fish and wildlife environment. An AISES internship enables students to put their education and knowledge to action on BPA projects, as well as prepare students for future employment. To learn more about the Bonneville Power Administration, visit bpa.gov.

Internships available

Transmission Service Interns – 1-2 positions available

Positions are available in one of the following organizations: Planning and Assessment Management, Systems Operation and Engineering and Technical – depending on the students’ engineering major of study and interest. The internship will be in Vancouver, WA (just outside of Portland, OR). Interns will assist senior engineers working on drawings, performing planning functions, design, testing equipment, participating in field visits, and other activities. The ideal candidate will have a background in electrical, civil, or mechanical engineering.

Fish and Wildlife Program Intern

The first and last week of this internship are spent at the BPA Headquarters in Portland, OR where the intern is exposed to work completed by the BPA Fish and Wildlife Program – a nearly $300 million annual program that implements fish and wildlife related projects in the region. Much of the internship is at the Cle Elum Supplementation and Research Facility (fish hatchery) located in Cle Elum, WA that is managed by the Yakama Nation. The intern will perform a suite of fish culturalist and technician tasks with the Yakama Nation hatchery team, as well as partnering state agencies. The intern will learn the importance of supplementation and management actions within the Yakima Basin. Work performed at the Cle Elum Supplementation and Research Facility is integral to the return of salmon to Columbia River tributaries. This internship provides many opportunities to gain hands-on experience with projects, field work, professional development network.

Internship details

The positions are paid weekly stipend that includes dormitory lodging, weekly transportation allowance, and round-trip airfare or mileage to the internship site. Candidates must complete 10 weeks of full-time work in their assigned office. Interns should not undertake this commitment if it creates undue hardship or if personal or financial obligations prevent them from participating for the full consecutive 10 weeks.

Applications are due December 15, 2017.

For more details about the internship, eligibility, the application process, and timeline visit http://www.aises.org/scholoarships/bonneville-power-administration-bpa-internships


Potential student funding opportunities

Good afternoon.

Please see the list below and application deadline for some of them is nearby.

  1. US DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship
  2. US DOE Scholars Program
  3. Los Alamos National Lab’s Computer System, Cluster and Networking Summer Institute
  4. NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship Program
  5. Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship
  6. Blue Waters Student Internship Program

I’ll be meeting the folks in charge of (or at least, very closely associated with) most of these programs and opportunities during the annual Supercomputing conference. I can get additional information, if necessary.

Best regards,
Gowtham


BPA Summer Internship Application Now Open

Bonneville Power Administration (BPA)

Transmission Services Intern & Fish & Wildlife Program Intern

In partnership with the Bonneville Power Administration, AISES is thrilled to announce multiple internship opportunities for summer of 2018.

Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), part of the U.S. Department of Energy, is a federal nonprofit agency based in the Pacific Northwest. As part of its responsibilities, BPA promotes energy efficiency, renewable resources, and new technologies. The agency also funds regional efforts to protect and rebuild fish and wildlife populations affected by hydropower development in the Columbia River Basin.

The Bonneville Power Administration offers unique opportunities for students to begin exploring careers in energy and fish and wildlife environment. An AISES internship enables students to put their education and knowledge to action on BPA projects, as well as prepare students for future employment. To learn more about the Bonneville Power Administration, visit bpa.gov.

Internships available

Transmission Service Interns – 1-2 positions available

Positions are available in one of the following organizations: Planning and Assessment Management, Systems Operation and Engineering and Technical – depending on the students’ engineering major of study and interest. The internship will be in Vancouver, WA (just outside of Portland, OR). Interns will assist senior engineers working on drawings, performing planning functions, design, testing equipment, participating in field visits, and other activities. The ideal candidate will have a background in electrical, civil, or mechanical engineering.

Fish and Wildlife Program Intern

The first and last week of this internship are spent at the BPA Headquarters in Portland, OR where the intern is exposed to work completed by the BPA Fish and Wildlife Program – a nearly $300 million annual program that implements fish and wildlife related projects in the region. Much of the internship is at the Cle Elum Supplementation and Research Facility (fish hatchery) located in Cle Elum, WA that is managed by the Yakama Nation. The intern will perform a suite of fish culturalist and technician tasks with the Yakama Nation hatchery team, as well as partnering state agencies. The intern will learn the importance of supplementation and management actions within the Yakima Basin. Work performed at the Cle Elum Supplementation and Research Facility is integral to the return of salmon to Columbia River tributaries. This internship provides many opportunities to gain hands-on experience with projects, field work, professional development network.

Internship details

The positions are paid weekly stipend that includes dormitory lodging, weekly transportation allowance, and round-trip airfare or mileage to the internship site. Candidates must complete 10 weeks of full-time work in their assigned office. Interns should not undertake this commitment if it creates undue hardship or if personal or financial obligations prevent them from participating for the full consecutive 10 weeks.

Applications are due December 15, 2017.

For more details about the internship, eligibility, the application process, and timeline visit http://www.aises.org/scholoarships/bonneville-power-administration-bpa-internships