Experience and Mentorship for the Nation’s Future STEM Workforce

Advance your education and career by joining a team making the scientific discoveries and inventing the technologies that support America’s innovation goals. AEOP apprentices (high school, undergraduate) and AEOP fellows (graduate, post-doctoral) conduct real-world, Army-sponsored research alongside scientists and engineers in world-class facilities. Whether you are seeking a summer, semester, or long-term science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) research and career development opportunity, AEOP has a program for you.

The future is bright for careers in STEM. STEM careers are projected to continue to grow at a faster rate than non-STEM careers in the next decade. The demand for a talented and skilled STEM workforce will only increase in coming years. Play a part in building the next generation STEM workforce, one that is representative of the unique and diverse talent in our nation. Whether you’re a high school student looking for your first research experience, an undergraduate or graduate student looking for real-world application of your STEM skills, or have recently earned your Ph.D. are preparing for research career in academia, government, or industry – there is an opportunity for you with the AEOP Apprenticeships and Fellowships.

The Benefits of an AEOP Apprenticeship or Fellowship

  • Be a part of the STEM solution
  • Conduct real-world research
  • Connect with a mentor and build your STEM network
  • Prepare for your next step

Opportunities for Students

Take the next step in your STEM journey with an AEOP Apprenticeship or Fellowship opportunity. Spend time in the lab assisting with research that matters. Explore available opportunities apprenticeship (high school and undergraduate students) and fellowship (graduate and post-graduate students). Eligibility varies by location.

 

Fellowships Check Eligibility

Grades: Post Doctoral Student, Post Bachelors, Masters, Post Doctorate, Graduate Student

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AEOP Fellowships provide professional research opportunities for graduate and post-graduate students in Army Research Labs and Centers focused on the most current and cutting-edge future modernization priorities of the Department of Defense.  LEARN MORE

 

High School Apprenticeships Check Eligibility

Grades: 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
States: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia

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Spend your summer in a university research lab or one of the U.S. Army Research Laboratories and Centers through this unique apprenticeship opportunity. Experience firsthand the innovation and research driving the future of our country! And prepare for competitive college admissions and the next step in your STEM journey. LEARN MORE

 

Undergraduate Apprenticeships Check Eligibility

Grades: Undergraduate Student
States: California, Maryland, New Mexico, Texas

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Interested in pursuing a career in STEM? Want to take the next step in STEM education? As an apprentice, gain first-hand exposure to the cutting-edge research that's happening in top university labs and U.S. Army Research Laboratories and Centers. Work under the mentorship of a professional scientist or engineer, learn about paths in your STEM field of interest, and develop the tools you need to get there. LEARN MORE

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