The Cyberinfrastructure Professional Intern Program (CIP) is NCSA’s internship program for those interested in pursuing a career in cyberinfrastructure and is designed to address the shortage of a workforce with the specialized skills needed to support advanced CI operations.
CIP interns will work directly with engineers to gain hands-on experience in the cyberinfrastructure operations of a major leading supercomputing center. Interns will spend the first two weeks training and learning about the different cyberinfrastructure aspects at NCSA after which they will be paired with one of the advanced infrastructure groups at NCSA.
The following groups may be available to host one intern per group: (Group availability will be updated before the start of the session)
Hosting with another group might be available for those with existing skill sets, depending on the other group’s needs and resources.
Graduates of this internship program will have the necessary preparation and qualifications to enter a workforce that will develop, deploy, manage and support advanced CI at other universities, centers, and industry to meet the needs of the national computational science community.
The internship will be full-time over the course of 16 weeks during the Spring 2023 semester and is open to anyone who has completed at least 60 hours of accredited coursework and is available to work full-time in place of a normal college semester. All interns must be able to provide their own housing and will be paid via a monthly stipend. Non-U.S. residents will need to have their F1 OPT ready by at least January 23, 2023.
Applications for the Spring 2023 session will be accepted until December 1, 2022. The Spring 2023 session starts Tuesday, January 17th and ends on Wednesday, May 3rd. We will require in-person attendance for this session (in-person and remote as required by NCSA).
Technical Program Manager, Integrated Cyberinfrastructure