Internship in Technology Commercialization – DOE

The Office of Technology Transitions (OTT) Technology Commercialization Internship Program provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to explore and contribute to projects that lie at the intersection of business and technology like machine learning, artificial intelligence, computing, data science and biofuels. Students undergo intensive training as they join the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) world-class national laboratory system, boost entrepreneurial thinking, and explore market opportunities.

The OTT Technology Commercialization Internship Program supports OTT’s mission by training the next generation of entrepreneurs while simultaneously recruiting talent for the DOE and the national laboratories to advance commercialization within the United States.

Apply now! Office of Technology Transitions (OTT) Technology Commercialization Internship Program

Internships are for undergraduate students pursuing a degree in science, technology, mathematics, engineering, or business with an interest in entrepreneurship and technology commercialization.

  • Stipends: $850 per week
  • Virtual Internships hosted by U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory – no relocation required
  • In-person closing ceremony at a national laboratory.  Travel arrangements and reimbursement will be provided.
  • Internships will be for 10-12 consecutive weeks beginning on or about June 1, 2023. Alternate dates may be considered depending on your class schedules and facility schedules.

Can’t wait to get started?  You can find full details about this opportunity and work on your application through Zintellect.

Application Deadline: February 15, 2023, 8:00 AM EST

We look forward to receiving your application and are happy to answer whatever questions you may have.


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By Laurie Coppola
Laurie Coppola Senior Associate Director