PROMISE will be visiting the Aerospace Corporation (http://www.aero.org) on Tuesday, June 5 at their Chantilly, VA office. In accordance with their mission, they would like to meet PROMISE graduate students (US citizens) in EE, CS, Aerospace, and Cybersecurity. They are hiring interns and would like to start a relationship with students who are interested in full-time positions or post-docs. We have 10 spaces available for M.S. and Ph.D. students for this one-day trip? If you are interested, please have them send your CVs, unofficial transcript, and a short paragraph that describes your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “Aerospace Corp.” in the subject line by Wednesday, May 9, 2012 . Lunch will be served on-site at Aerospace. Aerospace Engineer, Dr. Clyde V. Moseberry has already been mentoring some of the students from PROMISE over the years. He is looking forward to meeting the group.
A van will leave UMBC’s campus, Administration Building at 8:30 AM, and is scheduled to return by 5:00 PM. The trip is co-sponsored by PROMISE and the Aerospace Corporation. There is no cost to the student.
The information below was send directly from Aerospace to provide students with a list of their specialty areas. You don’t have to apply for anything right away, but please take a look at their list of R&D areas.
The Aerospace Corporation’s Engineering and Technology Group, provides cross-program technical support to a variety of military, commercial and corporate projects. Our group of top-notch engineers and scientists (42% hold an MS and 28% hold a PhD) works to assess and evaluate existing and new space technologies, investigate and resolve anomalies, and conduct research and development. The Aerospace’s Engineering and Technology Group is leading the way in realizing the full potential of space and ground support technology.
All positions require excellent communication and interpersonal skills to effectively interact with customers, contractors and colleagues. In exchange for your contributions, we offer competitive compensation and exceptional benefits. In order to be considered for any positions within the company, you must create an account in our career center and submit your resume online by copying and pasting it into our system. Please go to www.aero.org/careers, and click on “How to Apply” for more information.
||ELECTRONICS AND SENSORS
|COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING
||COMPUTERS AND SOFTWARE
U.S. Citizenship required
All applicants must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Related article: Research vs Development – Careers in Industry. http://promiseagep.wordpress.com/2012/04/30/research-vs-development-building-a-career-in-the-modern-tech-industry-friday-may-4-umbc/