Upper-division undergraduate and graduate students majoring in computer science or electrical, mechanical, or computer engineering
The National Security Engineering Institute (NSEI) offers hands-on engineering experience to undergraduate and graduate students in electrical- and mechanical-engineering disciplines and computer science. Interns can expect to do real engineering work — on projects tailored to their individual interests, technical background, and experience.
The changing national-security landscape offers a wide variety of technical problems that require innovative electrical- and mechanical-engineering solutions. NSEI interns have opportunities to design embedded-control systems, program microcontrollers, lay out printed wiring assemblies, and fabricate and test their own designs.
Additional project areas critical to Sandia's mission as a national-security laboratory include the following:
Detailed instructions for using Sandia's Careers tool to apply for a position are also available.