SRC Internship Opportunities
Through our internships, we hire undergraduate and graduate students to work on exciting projects throughout the company. We address issues of critical national importance, combining engineering and advanced technology to develop innovative solutions that make a difference. You will take a major role working on real-time problems for the Department of Defense. You won't just be along for the ride while the professionals come up with the answers. We will be counting on you for your creativity, knowledge, and innovative problem solving ability. If this seems like an opportunity to invest in your future, take the time to inquire, apply, and discuss the possibilities of our internship program.
We seek students with Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology, or Systems Integration abilities, from colleges and universities. Students should have a 3.0 or better grade point average.
Applicants may have to meet eligibility requirements to ensure protection of classified or other regulated information, and may be subject to a Department of Defense security clearance.
Alabama A&M University Student Ambassador Program
As part of SRC’s continued partnership with Alabama A&M University (AAMU), the Student Ambassador program is open to current AAMU students. AAMU is the largest Historically Black College & University (HBCU) in the state of Alabama. The program’s mission is to address the underrepresentation of professionals of color and women in cybersecurity.
Students explore the dynamic world of cybersecurity through our year-round paid Ambassador program. You will also gain hands-on experience in offensive cybersecurity by sharpening skills to proactively identify and thwart cyber threats. Students also represent SRC on AAMU’s campus and attend partnership events.
Ambassadors work part-time at the SRC Huntsville office in the fall and spring semesters, then join the SRC internship program at the Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta, GA.
- Per diem and housing provided during summer program for non-local Ambassadors
- Competitive hourly pay based on student classification
- Comprehensive skill development with a focus on industry certification
- Practical learning opportunities from industry experts and mentors
- Network with cybersecurity professionals
- When program is satisfactorily complete, upon graduation:
o Ambassador will have earned the qualifications for a cybersecurity professional equal to two years of professional experience
o Student will have the opportunity to be considered for a full-time career with Ambassador pay and benefits
We seek students actively enrolled at AAMU majoring in Computer Science, Engineering (Electrical preferred), Physics, or Math. Students should have a 3.3 or better grade point average. Students must meet eligibility requirements for a DoD security clearance.
- Application window: Fall & Winter
- Initial application requirements: Resume & cover letter
- Other requirements: Hands-on exercise for those who advance in the process & two faculty letters of recommendation
- Notification of acceptance: Spring