Next Steps

The first step is to submit our Program Interest Form, indicating your interest in the Department of Navy–HBCU/MI Programs so that we can start matching you to opportunities in your area of interest. You’ll attach your resume, and if you have it, your unofficial transcript. Then, we’ll be in touch with you to discuss your candidacy!

If you have any immediate questions, please send us an email at nrl@twc.edu.

Eligibility

To be eligible for consideration for the DoN programs, you must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen (dual citizenship is not permitted)
  • Meet the education level and enrollment requirements
  • Align with the STEM field preferred majors
  • Meet the minimum 3.0 GPA requirement

Application Deadlines

Summer internships: Applications generally open in the fall of the previous year.

Post-Doctoral Program: Applications made available to qualified candidates who have submitted an interest form.

Covered Costs

You will receive:

  • A stipend for living expenses (varies by education level for internship program) or annual competitive salary (for Post-Doc Fellow)
  • Round-trip airfare to the internship location (for in-person internships) or relocation costs (for in-person Post-Doc Fellow)
  • Reduced cost housing (for in-person internships only) or select benefit package (for Post-Doc Fellow only)
  • Professional development to support your career path

Fill out this form to express your interest in the DoN HBCU/MI Programs We'll follow up when an opportunity becomes available to you.

“Even virtually, the 2020 summer virtual internship program was challenging and kept me engaged. My project was very relevant to current events and allowed me to develop skills outside of what I had done so far in university. On top of that, it challenged the notions I had about how much more research can be done without being in a lab. The talks and seminars presented by NRL and TWC were helpful, engaging and applicable to future endeavors.”

Nathalie M. Aceves

Discover career opportunities and find your passion through the DoN HBCU/MI Programs.