Federal Aviation Administration Minority Serving Institutions Intern Program

About the Federal Aviation Administration Minority Serving Institutions Intern Program

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Intern Program is a 10-week summer program that supplies students with professional experience at aviation and aerospace offices nationwide. FAA interns receive a stipend of $9,705 (undergraduate students) or $12,051 (graduate students), roundtrip airfare to and from the internship location, and an allocation of $600 for local transportation costs. FAA Interns may work within a number of aviation-related fields, including aviation research, business, computer science, engineering, finance, legal, and transportation studies. The FAA Intern Program is administered by The Washington Center.

Location of award, if applicable: Nationwide

Eligible applicants:

-Must be a U.S. citizen;
-Must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program during the term of the internship;
-Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA; and
-Demonstrate a strong interest in working within the federal government

University endorsement required?

No

Citizenship requirement:

Must be U.S. citizen

The Federal Aviation Administration Minority Serving Institutions Intern Program application process:

Interested students should review The Washington Center’s website for full information on the internship program and application requirements.

Contact a CFSA advisor for more information on starting an application.

Application components include:
-A completed online application form;
-Unofficial transcript;
-Updated resume;
-Statement of professional interest written in cover-letter format

The FAA Internship program does not require letters of recommendation.

The application deadline is in March 2021.

Advising contact:

Center for Fellowship & Scholarship Advising  Email:  cfsa@syr.edu More Information:  https://twc.edu/programs/faa-minority-serving-institutions-intern-program

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