At the Office of Technology Transitions (OTT), we act as the “front door” to the Department of Energy – a key facilitator for our partners to bridge connections within the Department and guide the way through the expansive National Laboratory system. In this unique position, we not only engage and assist today’s professionals, but also aim to inspire the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs by bringing exposure and awareness to the vast connections and resources the Department has to offer.
Students provide a crucial pipeline of talent and fresh thought, and OTT wants to spark ideas, interest, and connections to inspire future generations and keep America at the forefront of the STEM fields. Interested in a career at one of our 17 National Labs to expand your interests and university-based research? Have an innovative technology idea that you would love to transition into reality? OTT is here to utilize our connections and resources to best help.
OTT STEM Resources
To better connect students and universities with the necessary resources they need to engage with the Department, OTT has compiled an array of materials to help discover the best and most beneficial path forward.
OTT STEM Toolkit
OTT’s University Toolkit & Resource Packet is an informative and comprehensive resource to explore. Resources found in this toolkit include:
- Energy Efficient Buildings Infrastructure
- National Laboratory Map & Links to Laboratory Virtual Tools
- University Focused DOE & Lab Funding Programs
- Fellowships, Internships, & Trainings
- Federal Funding Awards Link
- Resources for Entrepreneurs & Start-Ups
DOE Laboratory Partnership Opportunities for Colleges and Universities
Each year, the Department of Energy cultivates positive and longstanding partnerships with academic institutions. This document details the many different ways for colleges and universities to partner with DOE’s National Laboratories and Facilities, as well as a summary of work performed between DOE and academic institutions from FY14-FY18.
Click HERE to download.
Additional Federal STEM Resources
- Department of Education
- National Institutes of Health
- National Science Foundation & NSF INCLUDES
- United States Geological Survey – U.S. Department of the Interior
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
- Undergraduate STEM Opportunities
- Graduate STEM Opportunities
- U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon
STEM Rising Blog
Who to Contact
Contacts for DOE’s National Lab Offices of Educational Programs (OEP):