Congratulations! As a LANL Scholar, you are now part of a unique and growing community of students, alumni and supporters who have benefitted from and contributed to the LANL Scholars Program.
We want every scholarship recipient to thrive during their academic years and successfully transition to rewarding careers. The LANL Scholars Program is designed to offer support and guidance and assist you with establishing your professional network. We also aim to provide opportunities for LANL Scholar alumni to give back as mentors, advisors and donors.
LANL Scholars attending the University of New Mexico, New Mexico State University, New Mexico Highlands, and Santa Fe Community College have access to a campus-based program for LANL Scholars that provides resources and support for first year and transfer students. This program also seeks to build community among all LANL Scholars on campus through social events, workshops, and service opportunities.
The LANL Scholars Professional Mentorship Program matches students with a mentor who has significant experience in their field of interest. Mentors are available to answer questions, offer advice and help students make valuable connections within the community or a profession—things that help students advance in their studies, careers and life. It’s not unusual to have many mentors along one’s path and later to become a mentor yourself.
Students can seek out their own mentor on LANLScholars.org, the mentoring and networking platform exclusively for LANL Scholars.
LANL Scholars have the opportunity to work as paid summer interns at Los Alamos National Laboratory. The LAESF Advisory Committee and the Laboratory make every effort to match students with a mentor in their field of interest. However, due to the limited number of available positions, not every applicant may be placed, and some students may initially work in areas not closely aligned with their career goals.
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Keep us informed. If you are planning to transfer or defer your scholarship, please complete and submit the “Notice of Transfer of Deferral” form. If you have questions about the scholarship terms and conditions, refer to the Deferral, Retention and Media Release Policy. You may also contact Mike Ammerman, Scholarship Program Manager at (505) 795-3778 or firstname.lastname@example.org.