Nuclear Engineering Opportunity Program

The Nuclear Engineering Opportunity program is a five-week residential program that exposes students to nuclear engineering careers and prepares them to successfully matriculate a nuclear engineering program. This program is run in partnership with the Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences (NERS) academic department and Detroit Second Chance/Charles Harper Charities, LLC. Students will live on campus in Bursley Hall during the summer of 2024 beginning on June 30th and running through August 3rd. The program will hosted on north campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

EligibilityPriceProgram Dates
Rising 12th Grade Michigan-designated school within a 500-mile radius of the Ann Arbor campus*No Cost
*Participants receive a stipend
June 30 to August 3, 2024
*All Engineering OnRamp Participants must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident of the U.S


Applications for NEOP will open soon. Please fill out this form to be notified when applications are open.

Health and Safety

We will follow the University of Michigan’s policies and guidance to support safe and healthy in-person experiences for students, faculty and staff.

*All Engineering OnRamp Participants must be U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents of the U.S.

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Every K-12 program within Engineering OnRamp (EO) is 100% funded by our amazing donors ranging from various industries and organizations to gracious individuals who believe in EO’s mission; to serve as a pathway for a diverse group of pre-college students to discover engineering as a profession and choose Michigan Engineering as the place where they want to prepare for their future. With your support, Michigan Engineering and OCCE will move forward with driving a culture of inclusion and equity to further equity-centered engineering, maximizing impact and capacity-building within and beyond the Michigan Engineering community.