NSBE National ( National Society of Black Engineers )

Lincoln Laboratory   •  

MA

Industry: Biotech/Pharma

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Not Specified years

Posted 267 days ago

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MIT Lincoln Laboratory representatives will be attending the National Society of Black Engineers Conference March 21-23, 2017 in Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Visit us at our booth during career fair hours. We look forward to meeting you! Please submit your resume to our website for consideration for an interview at the 2018 Convention

 

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- Seeking Interns, BS, MS or PhD degreed candidates in one of these majors or a comparable technical fields: Electrical Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Bioengineering/computational biology or comparable technical fields


- Due to the unique nature of our work, we require U.S. Citizenship.
 

At MIT Lincoln Laboratory, diverse teams of technical experts develop innovative solutions with real impact on U.S. national security. If you are an agile thinker, excited by the freedom to develop and execute novel ideas and test them in sophisticated real-world simulations, Lincoln Laboratory in Lexington, MA offers abundant opportunities and resources. 

When it comes to explaining our unique environment and culture, our employees say it best:

"Lincoln Laboratory provides access to urgent and compelling problems, and the license to pursue cutting-edge solutions — from the drawing board to operational systems." – Justin Brooke, BA, MA, PhD, Air, Missile & Maritime Defense Technology Division 

"My career at the Laboratory has mainly been about opportunities—opportunities to work in the Pacific, to take classes at Harvard, to attend conferences, and to use a cutting-edge architecture like Eclipse Rich Client Platform. Such opportunities are a constant here—and available to everyone." - Jonquil Swann, BS, MS, Cyber Systems & Operations Group

"At Lincoln Laboratory, I’ve never been asked to do the same thing over and over again. I’m constantly working on new projects that present new challenges. I’m always developing my skill set." - Lisa Basile, BA, MA, Tactical Defense Systems Group

Our R&D efforts span ten key mission areas: space control; air, missile and maritime defense technology; communication systems; cybersecurity and information sciences; intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems and technology; advanced technology (electronic or electro-optical technologies, materials science and advanced RF systems); tactical systems; homeland protection; air traffic control; and engineering innovative systems to test new concepts.

MIT Lincoln Laboratory is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability status, or genetic information; U.S. citizenship is required.