Welcome to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration's National Weather Service student programs web
site. This web site was designed to give students across the nation
direct information to the different student employment opportunities
offered. The programs below offer participants an opportunity to
learn how we operate as a federal agency carrying out our mission
to protect and serve by providing timely weather related information
Student interns work on worthwhile projects assigned by their
manager or supervisor. Previous interns worked in a variety of
areas, including meteorology, hydrology, science, and technology.
Students interested in any of the programs below should have strong
research, oral, and writing skills. If you have questions about
any of the programs, please call us (the Office of Equal Opportunity
and Diversity Management) at (301) 713-0692.
Volunteer Service (UNPAID) - NOAA's National Weather Service
offers unpaid training opportunities to high school and college
students. This program offers work experience related to the
participants academic field of study . Students have an opportunity
to explore their career options and to develop both professional
and personal skills. Click
here to learn more. If you are interested in the National
Weather Service's Student Volunteer Service, contact Hope Hasberry
through e-mail at Hope.Hasberry@noaa.gov or
by phone at 301/713/0692.
NOAA's Educational Partnership
Program (EPP)- EPP's mission is to increase the number of
professionals from under-represented groups in NOAA sciences.
The EPP provides financial assistance to minority serving academic
institutions to support collaborative research and training of
students in NOAA-related sciences through competitive processes.
The EPP provides financial assistance through four program components,
they include: the Cooperative Science Centers; the Environmental
Entrepreneurship Program; the Graduate Sciences Program; and,
the Undergraduate Scholarship Program. For more information on
NOAA's Educational Partnership Program visit the web site at http://epp.noaa.gov/