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Fellowships and Scholarships
The following is a list of Health Physics related fellowships and scholarships that we know about and we would welcome information about any others. Most dead lines are early in the year, so you should ask for applications the fall before graduation. You should also take your GREs early in that fall.
Department of Energy Fellowships
ORISE's SEED Division manages the following fellowships for the DOE:
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has a fellowship program for Health Physics and it is also administered by the ORISE. Contact the address/phone listed above.
Mary Lloyd Scholarship/Fellowship Program
The DOE EM Department is sponsoring these fellowships/scholarships, which are for Associate's to MS degrees in Environmental Restoration and Waste Management. This is also being administered by the ORISE. Contact:
The HPS normally has a few smaller fellowships available for graduate study.
Power Reactor Health Physics Section Scholarships
Six awards of $1,000 annually, for undergraduate students.
The National Science Foundation has numerous fellowships in the sciences
The EPA has several fellowships available for Health Physics
Internships are becoming a problem to get, mainly due to down sizing of many facilities. We thought we would try and list available and recently completed internships. Anyone with an internship opportunity, or if you have just completed a worthwhile one, contact us with that information.
Other Funding Possibilities
DOE Co-ops : Contact the local DOE personnel office and ask for their Co-op coordinator.
For a list of DOE National Laboratories.
DOE Internships : Contact the local DOE personnel office and ask about their intern program.