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UAS Test Site Seeks Summer 2017 Interns

UAS Test Site Seeks Summer 2017 Interns

The Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Test Site is now accepting applications for paid internships this summer. Successful applicants will spend 10-12 weeks working closely with test site staff and a faculty advisor on a project related to the modeling, design, analysis, simulation, assembly, or experimentation of UAS. 

Applicants must be U.S. citizens enrolled in an accredited undergraduate degree program and able to work full-time in California, Maryland for the duration of the internship. 

For more information and application instructions, visit

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March 15, 2017

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