Department of Defense Student Opportunities

Department of Defense (DoD)

The Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program has been established by the Department of Defense (DoD) to support undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The program aims to increase the number of civilian scientists and engineers working at DoD laboratories.


NP Program
The New Professional Program is a 1-2 year career development opportunity designed to bridge the gap between formal academic training and professional work. Welcomed and mentored in a diverse environment, you will have opportunities to network and develop your technical and professional skills. The NP program employs scientists and engineers, who hold BS, MS, and PhD degrees in a variety of fields, including Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering and other science disciplines.
*NOTE FOR APPLICANTS: Join the team (on the right)>Recent Grads>New Professional Program>Entry Level Scientist & Engineer>Submit your Resume>Location: PAC>San Diego, CA PAC>Submit your Resume


The Naval Acquisition Development Program (NADP) is comprised of PAID entry level and associate employees and may be right for you. The program offers an extraordinary opportunity for those that desire to rapidly advance their professional career and feel a sense of pride supporting the mission of the DON. For the right candidate, there are professional working environments, predictable promotions, mobility, travel and the opportunity to be associated with acquisition, logistics and technology programs that are vital to our nation and to the support of our Naval Forces.


If you’re a current student or recent graduate, you may be eligible for federal internships and job opportunities through the Pathways program.


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