Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event inspires children to “dream big and always stay curious”Learn More
May 29, 2019
More than 100 children of all ages attended the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event at DOE Headquarters.
Call to Action: How the military draft earned this Navy Vet a long career in nuclearLearn More
May 21, 2019
Argonne National Laboratory researcher Roger Blomquist was drafted into the Vietnam War, setting up a long career in nuclear.
We’re Ready: Preparing and Inspiring the Next Generation of Top Cybersecurity TalentLearn More
May 14, 2019
The U.S. Department of Energy is making critical inroads into inspiring and equipping students to join our top cybersecurity talent.
ORISE report shows number of nuclear engineering doctoral degrees spike to highest level in 52 yearsLearn More
May 7, 2019
The number of nuclear engineering doctorate degrees awarded in 2018 reached the highest level recorded since 1966.
NNSA initiative is building a diverse STEM workforce for the futureLearn More
May 3, 2019
The Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program is one way NNSA builds an inclusive, engaged, and highly technical workforce in the STEM fields.
NNSA launches enterprise recruitment initiative with its contractor partners at job fair in National Capital RegionLearn More
February 5, 2019
Throngs of job seekers braved frigid temperatures in Arlington, Virginia, Jan. 31 for a chance to work in the Nuclear Security Enterprise.
Sandia materials scientist looks to inspire students through STEM programLearn More
July 6, 2018
For 32 years, Sandia National Laboratories’ Black Leadership Committee has brought STEM to more than 3,000 middle and high school students.
Meet Claire Lee: Particle Physicist and Non-Traditional Science CommunicatorLearn More
July 6, 2018
Don't miss the chance to get to know Claire Lee, a Brookhaven Lab particle physicist, Jedi, and STEM role model.
Researcher Creates ‘Nancy Nano’ as a Cartoon Ambassador for Nanoscience EducationLearn More
April 25, 2018
A Lawrence Berkeley National Lab researcher, Tracy Mattox, authored an e-book series featuring “Nancy Nano,” a cartoon nanoparticle.