Paid Summer Undergraduate Nonproliferation Internships

Masako Toki
Updated January 26, 2023

Group photo of participants in front of the CNS building


Nonproliferation Undergraduate Internships

The Summer Undergraduate Fellowship in Nonproliferation Studies at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS)—formerly the Monterey Institute of International Studies—is a paid fellowship. Fellows will be compensated at the same rate as graduate research assistants. Fellowships last between 2-3 months, from early June to late August. Fellows are responsible for finding housing, with the assistance of the Fellowship Coordinator.


• Be enrolled full-time at an undergraduate institution
• Is eligible to work in the United States*
• Has a strong interest in nonproliferation issues*

*For more details, please contact the internship coordinator.
*Students majoring in geology or any of the STEM fields, including natural, physical, and computer sciences are also encouraged to apply!

For more information, please visit the program website!

Watch this video to learn the overview of the program!

Visit last summer’s page to learn more details about each fellow’s work!

The following video of previous participants has been prepared to give prospective candidates a first-hand account of the program and its past participants.


Masako Toki
Senior Project Manager and Research Associate
Nonproliferation Education Program
[email protected]

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