Los Alamos National Laboratory

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Future Female Leaders In Engineering

The Future Female Leaders in Engineering (FFLIE) Program inspires women to achieve their full potential as engineers and future leaders.

Contact Us  

  • FFLIE Program Manager
  • Heidi Hahn
  • (505) 665-4606
  • Email

Our Mission

The future Female Leaders in Engineering (FFLIE) Program inspires women to achieve their full potential as engineers and future leaders. It also supports and celebrates their many achievements and successes.

Who We Are Looking For

Educational/Professional Experience

  • Female undergraduate engineering majors from any discipline
  • Must have completed 100 credit hours of course work prior to the start of the program
  • Must have at least a 3.5 GPA

General Competencies

  • Interest in a career at LANL (program requires a 2-year employment commitment following completion of Master's program)
  • Able to obtain a security clearance, which usually requires US citizenship

Program FAQs

How does this program work?

  • LANL provides an 8-week (or longer) summer internship and professional enrichment program during the summers after your junior and senior years in your undergraduate program
  • LANL covers the cost of your graduate education through a Master’s degree in an engineering field
  • While in graduate school, you may work for LANL during the school year (depending on what arrangements are made for your graduate education) and during breaks
  • After graduation, you will come back to LANL to start your career as a Female Leader in Engineering!
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