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Visitor Programs, Internships, Fellowships

NCAR & UCAR host hundreds of visitors each year: university faculty, lab scientists, professionals, and students. Look here for summer internships, fellowships, workshops, and opportunities for scientific visits—from a few days to a sabbatical.

Opportunities Beyond UCAR

A clearing house for opportunities for the atmospheric and related sciences research community, both nationally and internationally. 



Inside the NWSC

Computer models work a little like following a recipe. For example, we take information—or data—about current weather conditions. Next, we add energy from the Sun, and we stir in the math that explains how the Sun’s energy causes the weather to change over time. The result is a model, and it can be used to predict what the weather will do next. This is known as a forecast.