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    The following announcement was submitted to Biomch-L Co-moderators and
    may be of interest to the readership of our forum. Please respond
    using the address placed at bottom of the information.
    Krystyna Gielo-Perczak, Biomch-L Co-moderator
    Dear Biomch-L subscribers,

    I am recruiting science, engineering, technology, and mathematics students
    for a paid summer internship with the Department of Defense (DoD). The Joint
    Educational Opportunities for Minorities (JEOM) summer internship is offered
    by the Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization
    Program (HPCMP). The JEOM program is structured to increase employment
    opportunities for students from underrepresented groups who are pursuing
    studies in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
    disciplines. 50 JEOM interns will be hosted for 10 weeks at one of 12 sites

    JEOM offers a competitive stipend, roundtrip travel expenses to the
    internship location, and an opportunity to network with leaders in the
    science and technology community at a technical conference and Summer
    Colloquium in Seattle, Washington.

    Students will not be required to enlist in any of the military Services
    (Army, Navy, or Air Force); JEOM provides an opportunity for students to
    learn how to conduct research and work on exciting and rewarding projects at
    national laboratories and test centers across the country. Qualified
    applicants can be graduate or undergraduate students with majors in
    chemistry, biology, computer science, information technology, mathematics,
    physics, and engineering. Students can complete the application at In addition, all applicants
    must send a resumé, official transcript, and two letters of recommendation

    JEOM Program Coordinator
    10501 Furnace Road, Suite 101
    Lorton, VA 22079

    Thank you,

    Scott Mitchell
    Technical Writer
    High Performance Computing Modernization Office
    10501 Furnace Road, Suite 101
    Lorton, VA 22079-2632