Work side-by-side with us at one of our facilities
Some examples of this type of collaboration include:
- Summer research for high school and undergraduate students
- Post-doctoral appointments
- Workshops and seminars
- Collaborative research projects and programs
There are a variety of mechanisms that are listed on our both our Open Campus and CCDC ARL websites; these include student fellowships, term civilian appointments, competitively-funded cooperative agreements, and many more! Some specific highlights include the Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science (GEMS) and the Science and Engineering Apprentice Programs (SEAP), both of which provide short term summer research experiences for those aged K-12 to work side-by-side with CCDC ARL scientist and engineers. For longer-term experiences, students across more advanced levels from bachelor’s degrees to PhDs may be interested in exploring some of our fellowship options.
Head over to the Our Team page if you want to explore the CAST members and learn about their current research focus.