ISN-Army Labs 2013 Student Summer Internships Program

Information for Interested Army Lab Scientists & Students

November 7, 2012

Program Website


Program Summary MIT undergraduate students conduct scientific and engineering research at Army Science and Technology Centers under the direction of Army Scientists, from June to August.  The Army host and student determine the exact starting and finishing dates.


Professional Benefits

    Gain valuable research experience

    Build new professional relationships

    Access world-class research facilities

    Contribute to a team that is providing new, life-saving technologies


Disciplines of Interest and Project Content

    Most areas of science and engineering

    The Army Lab Host determines the project content and subject matter.  The projects can
        involve basic research, applied research, or both and do not need to be related to the ISN
        mission or to nanotechnology


Salaries and Supplemental Payment

    Salaries (from the Army): up to $2864/month depending on experience

    Supplement (from the ISN): up to $1500/summer to defray travel and accommodations costs


A Sampling of Locations

    Maryland (Aberdeen, Adelphi), Massachusetts (Concord, Natick), New York (Watervliet)

    Program website provides more details via links to Army Lab sites


Next Steps

    Army Scientists – If you wish to post internship descriptions and view student CVs please
       follow the instructions on the program website.

    Students – If you wish to post your CV and view internship descriptions please follow the
       instructions on the program website.


Questions Please contact Marlisha McDaniels: (617-324-4700)


The ISN The mission of the MIT Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies is to dramatically enhance Soldier protection and survivability through basic research on nanotechnology and collaboration with Army and industry partners to transition promising research into practical capabilities.