• VATECH

        MIT Lincoln Laboratory offers scientists and engineers the opportunity to work on challenging problems critical to national security.

      • Naval Research Enterprise Intern Program (NREIP) Internship

        The online application process opens in October, 2012 for the Naval Research Enterprise Internship program, a 10-week summer research opportunity for undergraduate rising sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Interns work under the guidance of a mentor at a participating Navy laboratory. Stipends are highly competitive. Permanent residents are accepted at certain labs; otherwise, U.S. citizenship is required. Apply at: https://nreip.asee.org/

      • NASA-Chandra-Internship

        NASA Chandra Program Internship for STEM Undergraduate: The NASA Chandra program seeks a few talented individuals to assist in engineering analysis and software tool development for their Chandra Flight Operations Team in Cambridge, MA. Chandra interns will assist the Northrop Grumman Flight Operations Team in analysis and software development in support of the Chandra X-ray Observatory mission.

      • Applied Physics Lab Internship

        Since 2004, the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) has offered summer projects to students interested in working on NASA missions or space-related research opportunities at APL. Students participating in the NASA/APL Internship Program will work at APL, and will contribute to current and future missions during their assignments in the Space Department.

      • CSIIP-STEM-Internship

        The Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) in partnership with Virginia’s Regional Technology Councils and in collaboration with Virginia’s colleges and community colleges is offering the Commonwealth STEM Industry Internship Program (CSIIP). CSIIP is a new, free resource for finding paid summer internships. CSIIP provides an online system where undergraduate students majoring in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) disciplines at Virginia universities, colleges and community colleges complete a single application package that will be reviewed by companies throughout Virginia. There is no cost to students, universities, or companies to participate.

      • Boeing-Internship Opportunity

        Engineering interns to assist in performing commercial airplane configuration design and configuration analysis, including but not limited to: Starting from market and airplane requirements, perform the original layout of new and derivative airplanes. Engage in airplane preliminary design, product development, trade study planning & execution, and process & tool development to enable faster, cheaper, and better commercial airplanes.

      • Los Alamos Space Weather

        The Los Alamos National Laboratory established the Space Weather Summer School in 2011. The summer school is dedicated to space weather, space science and applications. Every year we solicit applications for the Los Alamos Space Weather Summer School.

      • Los-Alamos-Internship

        Los Alamos National Laboratory will be hosting the fifteenth edition of the Los Alamos Dynamics Summer School (LADSS). I have attached a solicitation in PDF format that provides information about the summer school, links to more information on the web, and provides instructions for applying to the summer school.

      • Newport News Shipbuilding Internship

        Newport News Shipbuilding offers internships which allow students to gain experience in technical or administrative positions and provide the opportunity to possibly gain future full time employment. Some engineering, technical, and waterfront positions may require the ability to physically access a wide variety of work sites, including those aboard ships under various stages of construction or overhaul, including the use of vertical and inclined ladders, and may involve limited kneeling, stooping, standing, etc.

      • Nasa Academy Internship

        The Academies are intensive educational programs which emphasize group activities, teamwork, research, leadership and creativity. The curriculum balances direct contact with science and engineering R&D with an awareness of the managerial, political, financial, social and human issues faced by aerospace professionals. Included are seminars, informal discussions, evening lectures, supervised research, visits to other NASA Centers and facilities, group project/s, tours, posters/presentations, and assessment. Additionally, most weekends are filled with group activities, team building and off-site trips. One free weekend is scheduled.

      • Pathway Job Searches

        Pathways Internship Program: The Pathways Program is an opportunity for high school or college students (age 18 or older) to secure summer employment, work in their field of study, and gain the experience necessary for a successful career. Students are encouraged to apply for positions that align closely to their career interests and fields of study.

      • NASA LARSS Internship

        The Langley Aerospace Research Student Scholars (LARSS) Program is a paid, unique, highly competitive, year round (3 sessions -- fall, spring, and summer) research internship program for undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

      • NASA Langley Student Career Experience Program Internship

        These positions are part of the Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) also known as Cooperative Education Student Program (Co-op). Positions are in the excepted service (Schedule B) and provide paid work experience for students pursuing a degree and who are enrolled at least half time at an accredited institution. Students may work full or part time while attending school, or attend school full time, alternating with periods of full time work. Students working part time must be able to work a minimum of 16 hours per week. This position also provides eligibility for non-competitive conversion to a term, career-conditional, or career appointment within 120 days of successful completion of the program and degree course work, however such conversion is not required or guaranteed by the agency.

      • CTY Summer Internship

        Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth will be on your campus to recruit undergraduates and graduates to work for our summer programs at the CAMEO CareerFest on Thursday, February 21. JHU Center for Talented Youth runs academic summer programs on the East and West coasts for talented students in middle and high school, and they are looking for candidates to staff these programs.

      • AFRL-Internship-Program

        The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) seeks to hire eligible students to work as summer 2015 interns. Selected interns will have the opportunity to work on cutting edge science and technology research that has a direct impact on our nation's defense with world-class scientist and engineers in areas such as: molecular bioeffects; applied neuroscience; laser systems effects, modeling and simulation; high power electromagnetic systems; cyber resiliency; secure data sharing; material biotechnology; and radio frequency/electro-optical sensing to name a few.