Unveiling AEOP Internships – A Refreshed Identity for the Same Exceptional Program

Posted on February 26, 2024

AEOP Internships, formerly known as AEOP Apprenticeships, has recently undergone a name change designed to better reflect the program’s extensive offerings. See More


Welcome our 2024 AEOP Membership Council

Posted on February 13, 2024

The AEOP team is thrilled to announce the 2024 AEOP Membership Council! See More


Gisella Lamas’ Impactful Role in STEM Education through eCYBERMISSION 

Posted on February 5, 2024

Meet Gisella Lamas, a lecturer at the University of Kentucky in the Department of Chemical Engineering, who has a passion for STEM education and community engagement. See More


Hanaan Abdulmalik-Vollmer’s GEMS Lessons: From Antimicrobial Spices to Combining STEM and Interactive Education

Posted on January 9, 2024

Meet Hanaan Abdulmalik-Vollmer, a senior at Stevenson University in Maryland. She’s been telling everyone from younger family members to her professors with children to get involved with Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Sciences (GEMS) for years – read on to hear why! What made you decide to participate in AEOP? Why did you […] See More


From JSHS to International Forums: Jason Zhang’s Trailblazing Path in Cancer Research and Beyond

Posted on January 4, 2024

In the heart of San Diego, California, a junior at Del Norte High School named Jason Zhang has emerged as a rising star in the world of cancer research. See More


2024-2025 Internships and Fellowships RFP: Bring AEOP’s Internships Program to your Campus

Posted on January 2, 2024

AEOP Internships and Fellowships, a career development initiative in the AEOP portfolio, provide high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, as well as postdoctoral scientists and engineers, with immersive STEM research opportunities in Army and postsecondary educational institution laboratories across the United States and its territories. See More

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