Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific (Philadelphia, PA)

Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific (Philadelphia, PA)

Program Dates: TBD

Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific (NIWC Pacific), Philadelphia is looking for bright, motivated young men and women, who have an interest in cyber, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.  We realize that you may not as yet have an affinity toward a particular research area; however, if you do, let us know and we will try to accommodate your interests.  There will be many more applications from qualified young men and women than there are positions, so don't be disappointed if you do not get selected; it is not a reflection on your potential.  Simply try again next year!

NIWC Pacific is the Navy’s premier research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E) laboratory for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR), Cyber and Space. Our laboratory settings, test beds and simulated operational environments offer working environments unachievable elsewhere.  We deliver integrated C4ISR, Cyber and Space solutions to our nation’s warfighters - integrating forces, platforms, and functions into coordinated operational capabilities. Programs in navigation and applied sciences, environmental quality technology and assessment, marine mammals, robotics and physical security complement our primary C4ISR, Cyber and Space focus.  Our scientists and engineers rank among the nation’s best inventors, innovators, and integrators in a wide range of scientific disciplines. Our business is C4ISR, Cyber and Space; we provide the information technology resources essential to the U.S. warfighter in today's increasingly complex, increasingly hostile world. In the development of these technologies, we are contributing substantially to the achievement of the future vision of the Department of Defense and particularly of the Navy.

NIWC Pacific formal leadership areas, assigned by the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition. The Cyber Engineering and Integration Division in Philadelphia has an established footprint in the following areas

What will I do as a SEAP Intern? As part of the internship experience, students are required to complete work on a project and/or experiment under the guidance of their mentor based on the mentor’s research/project focus; projects vary year to year.  Students get to showcase their findings and results by developing and presenting a technical poster.  During the summer program, students also have the opportunity to participate in the following activities:

Summer interns are provided with an environment that will foster their creativity, help them develop a problem-solving mindset, and give them the opportunity to participate in meaningful technical research.  Additionally, they will gain experience in a professional workplace that specializes in STEM careers..