We will be accepting applications until May 28.
Please read all instructions prior to applying.
If you intend to apply for the Livermore Graduate Scholar Program (LGSP) please note that the submission process occurs in multiple steps and you will want to meet the deadlines (below). Initiation of an application requires a minimal amount of personal information. Within a few days of submitting this information to the LGSP, you will receive an acknowledgement via email. This email will provide instructions for accessing and updating your application.
Complete applications for the LGSP will include the following items:
Above items are due in the application system by May 28. In order to meet this deadline please submit your initial application earlier.
Reference letters are due by June 11.
A committee of representatives from disciplines across the Laboratory will evaluate all applications. Criteria for selection include the following:
Note: Application packages without reference letters from the thesis advisor or LLNL technical supervisor will not be considered.
Finally, applicants who meet all selection criteria will be required to complete an official LLNL employment application as well as background investigation documents.
LGSP appointments have traditionally been made to students of physics, astrophysics, laser science, chemistry, engineering, environmental science, computer science, biology, genetics and biotechnology, materials science, and related disciplines. Non-technical or non-traditional proposals may be considered if a suitable LLNL mentor/supervisor can be identified.
LLNL's Science & Technology website can be found at: https://st.llnl.gov
Appointments will be for a maximum of 4 years following commencement of thesis research. The appointment will end upon the student’s submittal of their thesis. Progress will be reviewed annually to ensure students are making reasonable progress toward completion of requirements for a degree. The student must maintain good academic standing as defined by their campus. Employment may be terminated if the thesis advisor and the LLNL technical supervisor agree reasonable progress is not being made, with the concurrence of the relevant LLNL supervisory committee.
As employees of LLNL, students are also expected to follow all safety and security policies and procedures. Failure to do so could also result in termination.