What are neutrinos telling us?
Are there extra dimensions of space?
What happened to the antimatter?
High school students work with Fermilab scientists and engineers who advance our understanding of the nature of matter and energy. QuarkNet offers summer research opportunities in science and technology for students who have demonstrated a strong interest in and aptitude for science and mathematics. Two teams consisting of four students and one teacher work for six weeks with scientists or engineers on projects related to the Fermilab research program.
Read about research projects from previous summers.
Students receive a wage of $8.50 an hour for 35 hours of work per week. Standard U.S. taxes are withheld, as is customary with all Fermilab employees. Students receive no paid sick leave or vacations.
Applications open March 1st.