Do you want to do work that really means something? Contribute your skills and expertise to worthwhile projects, and challenge yourself to learn and grow professionally? Would you like to work for an organization that put down roots in the atmospheric sciences community 50 years ago, and continues to grow today?

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

Supercomputers are like brains, capable of doing many different things at once. Your brain does the equivalent of millions of calculations even for very simple tasks, like taking a drink of water. Your brain processes information and tells your body what to do: it sees where the cup is, tells your hand how far to reach, how tightly to grasp it and how to move it to your mouth. You might not even aware that your brain is doing all that work – unless you think about it!