Congratulations! We are happy that you will be joining us at Fermilab. Here are some things you need to know:
Please complete the following forms. You should be able to save the forms, open them with Adobe Reader and enter the information directly into the form. If you have difficulty with this method, just print the blank form and enter the information by hand.
If you are in doubt about what to enter, leave the field blank. Please check with the Internship Administrator if you have questions. If you need assistance or the form requires a signature, send the form with what information you can enter and you can complete the form when you arrive. For the Student Health Questionaire, you will need to show proof that you have health insurance
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Congratulations! We are happy that you will be joining us at the Fermilab. Here are some things you need to know:
The dress code is casual but neat; jeans and T-shirts are acceptable.
The Internship Coordinator in the Education Office will be your laboratory contact for non-work and non-academic aspects of the summer program. Her office is located on the 15th floor, west side of Wilson Hall. Please direct your questions to the Internship Administrator at 630-840-3929 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following current practices and guidelines apply to the employment of summer program participants:
You will receive your first paycheck on the second Friday after you begin. Then all paychecks will be direct deposited; bring a cancelled check with you. Interns receive a stipend of $8.50 per hour. Fermilab has a one-day holiday in July for Independence Day.
SAFETY is a primary concern at Fermilab; we expect all employees to work safely at all times and to report any unsafe practices to a supervisor.
Most students who qualify for participation in QuarkNet are U.S. citizens or have lawful U.S. permanent residence (with green cards). In either case, you must bring with you certain original documents to present to staff during your orientation on your first day of employment. This is required by federal law, and there are no exceptions. The documents include a:
You will need to show proof that you are covered by health insurance. The Fermilab Users Office has more information on obtaining short-term health insurance.