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Internship Application

To fill out an internship application for our High School and College programs, follow the directions below.

If you are looking to apply for our seasonal Science/Engineering Fair Project Internship programs, visit this page instead.

Application Process

Step 1:  Create your account.

Please visit our portal to create an account with PVNet.  This ensures we are able to properly add you to our system and contact you with important information on our internship programs.

If you are under 18, your parent must create an account and add you as their child under their profile.

Step 2:  Submit the application.

Use the form below to submit your internship application.  Please note the following instructions to ensure your application is properly filled out with the appropriate requirements.

  • Download our questionnaire by clicking on the icon below or through this link.  Once you have finished filling it out, attach it to the application where prompted.

  • We ask that you provide us a reference/contact, preferably someone who knows the applicant academically.  You may submit information for up to 2 references, but no more.  We may contact your reference with questions about your character, ambition, and academic potential.

  • If you are applying for our College program, you are also required to submit your Resume/CV

  • If you are applying for our High School program, you will be asked to make a non-refundable $100 deposit* after submitting your application.  This is not required for College program applicants.

* Once accepted, the deposit will go towards registration fees.

Step 3:  Schedule an interview.

After submitted the application with all required documents and information, PVNet will contact you to set up an interview.

We wish you the best of luck with the application process!  If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at (310) 541-7992 or at

Fees charged for internships for ages 12-18 are heavily subsidized by approximately 60%.

College internships are subsidized 100%.

Students are responsible for all materials and consumables cost. 

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