Calling all STEM majors!
Are you looking for a fulfilling, paid internship this summer? Do you love tackling complex challenges? Do you strive for game-changing impact in every project you take on? If so, the John Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) would like you to intern with them!
John Hopkins APL is looking for undergraduate and graduate students for their summer 2020 internship program in their university’s research and development division. This organization offers internships across a diverse range of STEM fields and promises to connect students with challenging, rewarding internship opportunities!
John Hopkins’s internship program presents a unique opportunity for undergraduate and graduate STEM students. As an ATLAS intern, you’ll get to make meaningful contributions to APL’s wide range of challenging engineering and scientific work.
Not only will you spend the summer learning from experts in your field, you’ll also participate in professional development opportunities like networking events and mentorship.
Ideal candidates are those interested in doing research and development work and are majoring in:
- Electrical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Mechanical Engineering
- Applied Mathematics
- Applied Physics
- Any Other STEM Field
This internship program takes place in the Baltimore-Washington area and offers a dynamic work environment with 600+ labs and facilities and an unparalleled variety of engineering and scientific work.
Applications close March 31, 2020.
Apply now or by December 31, 2019 for priority consideration!