The Science and Engineering Apprentice Program (SEAP) is a Department of Navy program designed to give high school students interested in science and engineering disciplines exposure to real-world laboratory research. Apprentices are competitively selected and assigned to a participating laboratory to pursue scientific experiences with a scientist or engineer who mentors the student for eight continuous summer weeks.
- Must be a U.S. citizen
- Must have completed at least Grade 9. Graduating seniors are eligible to apply
- 8 week summer program
- Returning students receive a $3,800 stipend
- New students receive a $3,300 stipend
- Depending on the research topic a 15 year old may be considered at this lab
- Each student must secure their own transportation. Due to the secure nature of the Naval Facility, individuals without access will not be permitted on base. Therefore, students must be able to drive themselves or carpool to work with someone with base access.
- Students are encouraged to take advantage of the "Interests" section of the SEAP applications. This field allows you to specify your areas of interest within science and/or engineering
How to Apply
Interested students should visit the SEAP website for details and application procedures.