Security fellowship open to STEM students

Over 60 paid positions available; registration on Handshake



WSU is home to a nuclear reactor of its own. The core sits at the bottom of a 25-foot deep pool.

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen copy chief

STEM graduate students interested in national security can attend a virtual information session about a year-long fellowship at 5 p.m. today.

The National Nuclear Security Administration Graduate Fellowship Program offers 65 paid positions annually, according to an NNSA flier. 

Fellowships take place at several laboratories throughout the country. Regionally, this includes the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Tri-Cities, said Sandi Brabb, Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture internships and career services director. 

“It’s a great program for students to take advantage of getting paid, as well as getting practical experience and being able to finish their educational time,” she said. 

Those interested in the event can register on Handshake. Applications are open until Oct. 1.