One exceptional grad student will work as a BAE Systems an intern next summer, exposed to projects related to national security, marketing, communications, research, and business management.
The university announced the annual Georgetown-BAE Systems Women in National Security internship Monday evening at an event attended by Linda Hudson, BAE Systems, Inc. president and CEO. “I am confident this opportunity will bring great exposure and experience to worthy Georgetown students and also allow BAE Systems to tap some of the world’s best young talent,” said John DeGioia, Georgetown University president.
The successful candidate will be a high-achieving graduate student enrolled in a program related to international affairs, global security, and/or international business, with a demonstrated interest in international affairs and the role of women in peace and security efforts.
In addition to funding the internship, BAE Systems will contribute $5,000 annually to the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security to support programming around the internship, including research and publishing support.