Federal Aviation Administration Minority Serving Institutions Intern Program

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:

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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