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Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP)
Please review the updated program information in the recently published DCL concerning the Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP) available here.
Apply to PD 16-7172 in FastLane. ( standard NSF Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide proposal preparation guidelines apply.)
The new internship initiative described in the GRIP Dear Colleague Letter 16-015 expands opportunities for NSF Graduate Fellows to enhance their professional development by engaging in mission related research experiences with partner agencies across the federal government. GRIP is open only to NSF Graduate Fellows, recipients of the Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) award.
Research internship opportunities are available through the Partner Agencies listed below in the Related URL section of this webpage. More internship opportunities with additional partner agencies are anticipated in the near future. Please see application details in the Dear Colleague Letter 16-015 and via the individual agency links or emails below.