Research centers focus on a number of areas, including defense and intelligence, aviation, healthcare, homeland security, and many more. A student may work at a healthcare center where they will gain experience in how health information technology supports the nation's health system. No matter what their major or career goal, students will find the summer experience rewarding.
Interns will learn from senior staff members at research centers and be exposed to the latest advancements in research and technology. Since the programs are funded by the government, the projects will be challenging and push the boundaries of classroom learning. In addition, internships can also lead to full-time positions following graduation.
MITRE is a non-profit organization that operates research and development centers sponsored by the federal government. They are entirely focused on areas of national importance that are for public interest only. Their research centers are located throughout the U.S. and international.
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