Partner Summer 2022 Internship Opportunities

Opportunity title: Forensic Data Science Intern
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022

Basic duties: As an intern in the Forensic Data Science practice, you will begin to utilize your educational background as well as your organizational skills as you serve the firm’s dynamic client base. The intern’s responsibilities include problem solving, consulting, and fact-finding on active cases as well as internal practice initiatives (e.g., business development and service offering innovation). In this role, you will have the opportunity to gain an understanding of the business by working on various stages of a forensic consulting engagement across issues like bribery and corruption, fraud, money laundering, disputes, litigation, corporate compliance, and data breach response. On these engagements, you will work side-by-side with more experienced team members who can provide you with direction, coaching, and learning opportunities.

Opportunity title: International Tax Intern 
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022

Basic duties: The International Tax Intern will utilize their educational background and organizational skills while taking direction from more experienced team members to become familiar with assisting in consulting with clients on cross-border tax matters. Responsibilities will include performing tax research and analysis of various international tax issues to assist in providing international tax advice and working with software applications to assist clients with tax reporting obligations for international operations.

Opportunity title: Risk Advisory Services Tax Intern 
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022

Basic duties: The Risk Advisory Services Intern is responsible for partnering with more experienced Risk Advisory Services professionals to provide risk consulting and issues resolution to clients in the areas of internal audit, SOX, business process improvement, information technology, and fraud investigations. In this role, the Risk Advisory Services Intern participates in various stages of an internal audit or consulting engagement and provides assistance with planning, field work, engagement wrap up and report composition.

Opportunity title: Government & Public Services Risk & Financial Advisory Intern – Analytics
Opportunity department: AI & Analytics 
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022

Basic duties: You will analyze, manipulate, and manage data to deliver meaningful insights necessary to help agencies of all sizes and across multiple sectors address regulatory and business challenges. 

Other important details needed: Undergraduate or Master’s degree in one of the following majors with relevant analytics or data management focused coursework desired: Technology (Data Analytics, Computer Science, Management Information Systems), Business (Economics, Econometrics, Quantitative Finance, Finance, Accounting, Business Analytics), or Math/Engineering (Industrial Engineering, Computer Engineering, Financial Engineering, Math, Statistics, Actuarial) Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future and ability to obtain a U.S. Security Clearance.

Opportunity title: Government & Public Services Risk & Financial Advisory Intern – Cyber
Opportunity department: Cyber 
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022

Basic duties: As a Cyber intern, you’ll work with our diverse teams of leading professionals to help design and implement solutions to some of today’s toughest cyber challenges so they can manage operational risk. You’ll build on your foundations in Information Technology and Business to design and implement business-aligned cyber risk management programs, processes, and solutions that help clients focus their investments on key information technology risks.

Other important details needed: Pursuing a Bachelor or Master of Science/Business Administration with a concentration in computer science, information systems, information security, math, decision sciences, risk management, engineering (mechanical, electrical, industrial) or other business/technology disciplines. Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future and ability to obtain a U.S. Security Clearance.

Opportunity title: Risk & Financial Advisory Intern – Analytics 
Opportunity department: AI & Analytics 
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022

Basic duties: You will analyze, manipulate, and manage data to deliver meaningful insights necessary to help companies of all sizes and across multiple industries address regulatory and business challenges.

Other important details needed: Undergraduate or Master’s degree in one of the following majors with relevant analytics or data management focused coursework desired: Technology (Data Analytics, Computer Science, Management Information Systems), Business (Economics, Econometrics, Quantitative Finance, Finance, Accounting, Business Analytics), or Math/Engineering (Industrial Engineering, Computer Engineering, Financial Engineering, Math, Statistics, Actuarial) Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future and ability to obtain a U.S. Security Clearance.

Opportunity title: Risk & Financial Advisory Intern – Data Scientist 
Opportunity department: AI & Analytics 
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022

Basic duties: As an intern, you will be focused on developing cutting-edge quantitative solutions to our client’s most challenging problems. You will develop and apply technical skills, apply quantitative methods to challenging AI, and explore Machine Learning problems across multiple industries. Opportunities to assist clients will span from Life sciences (genetics, new medicines development) to Cyber Security to Fraud/Waste/Abuse detection to capital markets modeling. This is an exciting role that will stretch your knowledge and curiosity, offering the opportunity to deepen your skills, learn new industries, and work within a global community with strong support from experienced experts in the field.

Other important details needed: Pursuing an Undergraduate or Masters degree in one of the following majors: Engineering, Statistics, Data Science, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, Computational Biology, Computational Chemistry or related quantitative field. Completed courses in Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Statistics, and Programming. Experience with a programming language such as Python. Experience with at least one Deep Learning framework such as PyTorch or TensorFlow/Keras. Demonstrated ability to write high-quality code (readable, well-tested). Demonstrated ability to develop machine learning models. Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future.

Opportunity title: Risk & Financial Advisory Intern – Cybersecurity
Opportunity department: Cyber 
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022

Basic duties: As a Cyber intern, you’ll work with our diverse teams of leading professionals to help design and implement solutions to some of today’s toughest cyber challenges so they can achieve business growth and manage operational risk. You’ll build on your foundations in Information Technology and Business to design and implement business-aligned cyber risk management programs, processes, and solutions that help clients focus their investments on key information technology risks.

Other important details needed: Pursuing a Bachelor or Master of Science/Business Administration with a concentration in computer science, information systems, information security, math, decision sciences, risk management, engineering (mechanical, electrical, industrial) or other business/technology disciplines. Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future and ability to obtain a U.S. Security Clearance.

Opportunity title: Summer Analyst
Opportunity department: Consumer & Wealth Management Division, Private Wealth Management, Washington, DC
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 (Applications open April 1, 2022)

Opportunity pay rate: scaled to first year, full-time analyst pay (we do not disclose until offered a position)

Hours expected: 50 hours per week for eight to ten weeks

Location (onsite or remote): onsite at Washington, DC office (101 Constitution Avenue)

Basic duties: Develop and prepare marketing presentations for current and prospective clients that address equity, fixed income, and alternative investment components of asset allocation, analyze equity and fixed income portfolios for risk and return characteristics, research internal and external investment vehicles for client asset allocation, analyze portfolio tax implications, stay abreast of the latest events in the financial markets, work with various product groups within Investment Management to respond to client needs.

Other important details needed: Applications for Summer 2023 open April 1, 2022 and are reviewed on a rolling basis. Applicants encouraged to apply early. Candidates must be a rising junior or senior in an undergraduate program during Summer 2023, i.e. Class of 2024 or 2025.

For more information and how to pursue: Apply at our website below and contact Vivian Spies if application is submitted.

Opportunity title: Radio Frequency Intern Engineer
Opportunity department: Engineering
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location (onsite or remote): onsite at Reston, VA office

Basic duties: Under direct supervision, performs various tasks and assignments for the organization’s professional staff in such disciplines as RF (Radio Frequency) Engineering or Electrical Engineering.

Other important details needed: US Citizenship is required with the ability to obtain and maintain a Top Secret government security clearance. HS Diploma and some advanced level training. 3.0 and above GPA. Must be actively pursuing a 4-year degree at an accredited university. Must be pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Mathematics, Information Technology, or related field. 

Opportunity title: Contracts Operations Intern
Opportunity department: Finance
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Location: onsite at Herndon, VA office

Basic duties: Under direct supervision, the ideal candidate will collect, analyze, and validate general contract and contract value and funding information, extract and consolidate data using Excel and other data management software to create reports from our general ledger and contract system of record, reconcile contract administrative information and contract value and funding data, and assist with ad-hoc projects related to post-migration clean-up.
Data entry is required to create records and correct existing contract records in the Contracts’ Data management system.

Other important details needed: US Citizenship is required. You have a HS Diploma and some advanced level training. You have completed progress toward a BS/BA degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, Business Information Technology, Contracts, or related field. You have a strong foundation in Excel or other data management software. You can quickly adapt and learn new technologies and concepts with the desire to advance excel skills and learn accounting programs. You have hands-on experience through coursework and/or previous internships.

Opportunity title: Intelligence Analysis Intern
Opportunity department: Intelligence
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Herndon, VA office, but can be remote

Basic duties: Interns will examine a cross-section of post-award proposal debriefs and perform a root-cause analysis, looking for trends and patterns that would indicate areas for improvement on future bids.  Analysts will need to use techniques that normalize data from multiple different sources using various scoring methods to uncover actionable commonality.  As opposed to a series of metrics that one would expect from data analysis, the IA output is expected to be more nuanced and qualitative – a challenge that requires skills in data interpretation and not just data scoring.

Other important details needed: HS Diploma and some advanced level training. US Citizenship is required. Must be actively pursuing a 4-year degree at an accredited university. Must be pursuing a degree in Intelligence Analysis or a related field. An ideal candidate will have a 3.0 and above GPA. A passion for learning, helping others, and contributing value to the mission in any way possible.  Ability to create, sustain, and enhance fostering of team dynamics and collaboration. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. You are self-motivated, independent, detail oriented, responsible team-player.

Opportunity title: System Intern – Financial Systems
Opportunity department: Engineering
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Chantilly, VA office, but can be remote

Basic duties: As an Intern, you will learn new skills, explore our enterprise, network with experts, connect with thought leaders and finish with a resume that opens doors. You will gain insight into the system and software engineering lifecycle in support of corporate financial systems to better understand the general processes and procedures of implementing an operational system.

Other important details needed: A high school diploma and some advanced training. Must be a full-time college student obtaining a BS/BA degree and entering your Junior or Senior year majoring in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or other Science, Technology, Math related field of study. Demonstrate problem solving skills in a customer focused environment. Ability to work full time (40 hours per week) over Summer 2022. Basic knowledge of system and data transport security. US citizenship is required.

Opportunity title: System Intern – Cybersecurity Analyst Intern
Opportunity department: Engineering
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Herndon, VA office, but can be remote

Basic duties: Provide Incident Response Team activities including: Security Event Analysis, Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) gathering, and communications with Windows, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), Network, AWS engineering teams. Communications with Information Security System Managers (ISSMs), Information System Security Officers (ISSOs), System Owners, and others as needed. Incident tracking includes: sequence of events, Chain of Custody, evidence gathering. Push forward with Security-Related projects including: Improved Hunt Team activities – find and evict potential threat actors in the enterprise Configuration Management – identification of authorized vs unauthorized, user or privileged accounts, systems including IPs, hosts, AWS instances, network devices, etc. Security Playbooks – identify and document sequences of events, analysis, and activities to create repeatable processes for the triage and closure of security events. Orchestration – develop automated response capabilities utilizing procedures, scripts, or automation tools.

Other important details needed: H.S. Diploma and some advanced level training. 0-2 years’ experience through coursework or previous internships. Must be enrolled at an accredited university in the progress of obtaining an IT-Related Degree – Preferably a BS/BA in Cybersecurity, Computer Networks, and Cybersecurity, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Information Systems or related field. Understanding of fundamental enterprise computing such as Windows or Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) OS, Networking, DNS, Active Directory, Permissions, troubleshooting, AWS. Must be a US Citizen with the ability to obtain a Public Trust security clearance. Must be local to the Northern Virginia and/or Washington DC metro area and able to commute to the Herndon, VA location a few times per week.

Opportunity title: Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Intern
Opportunity department: Engineering
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Herndon, VA office, but can be remote

Basic duties: As an Intern, you will join the Peraton team to provide system and/or software engineering support for the APMO. You will have the opportunity to learn the basics of agile (especially SAFe), IRAD development procedures, and gain hands-on experience with: agile project tools (JIRA/Confluence/GIT), design and implementation, and execution of research projects. You will gain insight into the system and software development lifecycle to better understand the general engineering process of implementing an operational system.

Other important details needed: A High School diploma and are entering your junior or senior year as a student pursuing a BS in Aerospace Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mathematics, or Physics at an accredited university offering a 4-year degree program
Experience with Microsoft Office: Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Visio. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Detail-oriented and ability to prioritize work to meet quick turnaround deadlines. Must be a US Citizen with the ability to obtain a Public Trust security clearance. Must be local to the Northern Virginia and/or Washington DC Metro area and able to commute to the Herndon, VA location a couple times per week. 

Opportunity title: Cloud Engineering Intern
Opportunity department: Engineering
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Herndon, VA office, but can be remote from time to time

Basic duties: Working closely with developer teams to create an automated CI/CD pipeline. Implementing build, deployment, and monitoring standards for the client. Delivering end-to-end automation of deployment, monitoring, and infrastructure management in a cloud environment. Creating scripts and/or templates to automate and/or bootstrap infrastructure provisioning and management tasks. Building and configuring delivery environments supporting CI/CD tools using an Agile delivery methodology. Providing knowledge of container management tools (e.g. Docker, OpenShift), container orchestration (e.g. Kubernetes), infrastructure-as-code (e.g. Ansible, CloudFormation), and have familiarity with modern build experience tools (e.g. Maven) and cloud integration systems (e.g. Jenkins). Understand static code analysis, unit testing and test-driven development, security testing and automated test frameworks. Understand object-oriented programming (i.e. emphasis in Java) and have familiarity with source control systems (emphasis on Git).

Other important details needed: H.S. Diploma and some advanced level training. 0-2 years experience through coursework or previous internships. Must be enrolled at an accredited university in progress of obtaining an IT Related Degree. Preferably a BS/BA in Cybersecurity, Computer Networks and Cybersecurity, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Information Systems or related field. Understanding of fundamental enterprise computing such as Windows or RHEL OS, Networking, DNS, Active Directory, Permissions, troubleshooting, AWS. Must be a US Citizen with the ability to obtain a Public Trust security clearance. Must be local to the Northern Virginia and/or Washington DC metro area and able to commute on-site to Herndon, VA a few times per week.

Opportunity title: Skillbridge Intern
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Chantilly, VA office

Basic duties: The Skillbridge Intern will work remotely on the R&D effort as part of a larger team to manage the development environment, train on MITRE ATT&CK and breach and attack simulation as well as Purple Teaming.  The Intern will be fully integrated into the R&D team.

Other important details needed: US Citizenship. At least 4 years of industry or military experience. Technical system administrative with a focus on cyber telemetry or SOC experience. TS/SCI.

Opportunity title: Fraud Investigator – Skillbridge Intern
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Chantilly, VA office

Basic duties: The Skillbridge Intern will support our SGS Program, that performs data analysis, investigation, and medical review to detect, prevent, deter, reduce, and resolve fraud, waste, and abuse issues involving the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Each candidate will develop their acumen in the areas of proactive data analysis, investigative strategies and/or clinical review in connection with the program integrity work being conducted within the SGS program.

Other important details needed: US Citizenship. At least 5 years of industry or military experience. Interest or experience in criminal justice or program integrity.

Opportunity title: Nurse Reviewer – Skillbridge Intern
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Chantilly, VA office

Basic duties: The Skillbridge Intern will support our SGS Program, that performs data analysis, investigation, and medical review to detect, prevent, deter, reduce, and resolve fraud, waste, and abuse issues involving the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Each candidate will develop their acumen in the areas of proactive data analysis, investigative strategies and/or clinical review in connection with the program integrity work being conducted within the SGS program.

Other important details needed: US Citizenship. At least 5 years of industry or military experience. Experience as a Field Medic/Nurse or other clinician.  In order to conduct medical reviews, a current RN license or specific therapy license is required. Interest or experience in Health/IT career field.

Opportunity title: Data Analyst – Skillbridge Intern
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Chantilly, VA office

Basic duties: The Skillbridge Intern will support our SGS Program, that performs data analysis, investigation, and medical review to detect, prevent, deter, reduce, and resolve fraud, waste, and abuse issues involving the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Each candidate will develop their acumen in the areas of proactive data analysis, investigative strategies and/or clinical review in connection with the program integrity work being conducted within the SGS program.

Other important details needed: US Citizenship. At least 5 years of industry or military experience. Interest or experience in data analytics and program integrity.

Opportunity title: Skillbridge Intern
Opportunity department: Engineering
Opportunity timing:
Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Chantilly, VA office

Basic duties: The Skillbridge Intern will employ a multi-discipline approach to requirements engineering, solutions engineering, scheduling, reliability, resiliency, services development, integration, test and evaluation, maintainability and analysis across the National System of Geospatial-intelligence (NSG), Allied System of Geospatial-intelligence (ASG) and Federal Agencies to ensure timely and accurate GEOINT. Will develop an understanding of how firms operating in the Information Technology (IT) Environment, conceive and develop solutions and technologies to solve client problems. Specifically, each candidate will develop their acumen in the areas of IT infrastructure and installation development planning, project development, design execution, and operation of IT environment solutions.

Other important details needed: TS/SCI Security Clearance, Bachelor’s degree in Systems Engineering or in related technical or scientific fields such as engineering, physics, mathematics, operations research, engineering management, Computer Science, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, or related STEM degree program. 5+ years’ working experience in government or industry in relevant work areas including: DoD/IC Acquisition Process, Requirements Process, PPBES Process or system engineering of large complex System of Systems or Service Oriented Architecture/Cloud environments. Mid-level working system engineering experience in government or industry.

Opportunity title: Data Analytics Intern
Opportunity department: Intelligence
Opportunity timing:
Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Chantilly, VA office with some remote work allowed

Basic duties: As a member of Peraton Corporate IT, the intern will collaborate across the multiple teams to accomplish the following tasks and objectives.  This will afford the intern the opportunity for growth in their abilities to conduct data analytics are large volumes of data, translate results into actionable tasks and enhance collaboration and communication skills. Intern will perform data analysis on ServiceNow ticket data for the corporation identifying trends with recommendations for automation and overall improvement of existing ticket work-flows.  Overarching goal is to enhance the user experience.  To successfully accomplish, expect the potential candidate to be proficient in the following: Performs data engineering, predictive modelling, and results visualization. Creates data mining architectures/models/protocols, statistical reporting, and data analysis methodologies to identify trends in large data sets. Requires strong statistical and data visualization skills.

Other important details needed: U.S. Citizenship is required. HS diploma and some advanced level training 3.0 and above GPA. Must be actively pursuing a 4-year degree at an accredited university. You have completed progress toward a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computational Modeling, Data Analytics, or related Data Science field. You have the ability to quickly adapt and learn new technologies and concepts.

Opportunity title: IT Process Improvement Intern
Opportunity department: Engineering
Opportunity timing:
Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Chantilly, VA office with some remote work allowed

Basic duties: As a member of Peraton Corporate IT, the intern will collaborate across the multiple teams to accomplish the defined tasks and objectives. This will afford the intern the opportunity for growth in ITIL Management practices while proposing specific process enhancements that are more closely aligned with the specific needs of our user community.  Intern will recommend innovative new processes to embrace modern ways of working. Intern will have the opportunity to enhance their collaboration and communication skills.

Other important details needed: Must be a full-time college student obtaining a BS/BA degree and entering your Junior or Senior year majoring in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Information Systems, Systems Engineering or related field of study. Demonstrate problem solving skills in a customer focused environment. US citizenship is required. 

Opportunity title: Systems Integration/DevOps Intern
Opportunity department: Engineering
Opportunity timing:
Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: onsite at Chantilly, VA office, may be supported 100% remote 

Basic duties: As an Intern, you will learn new skills, explore our enterprise, network with experts, connect with thought leaders and finish with a resume that opens doors. With EA Data Integration Services you will have the opportunity to understand how applications securely communicate and exchange data to accomplish mission critical processes across all aspects of Peraton’s corporate business functions. You will learn the basics of system security as well as how to develop and deploy interfaces and applications in a controlled manner, approved to operate in a government contractor’s network.  You will gain insight into the system and software engineering lifecycle to better understand the general processes and procedures of implementing an operational system.

Other important details needed: Must be a full-time college student obtaining a BS/BA degree and entering your Junior or Senior year majoring in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or other Science, Technology, Math related field of study. Demonstrate problem solving skills in a customer focused environment. Basic knowledge of system and data transport security. Basic foundational knowledge in the software development process. US citizenship is required.

Opportunity title: Newtwork Analyst Intern 
Opportunity department: Information Technology
Opportunity timing:
Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: contract based at HQ for Department of Labor located in Washington, D.C. – remote work is authorized

Basic duties: The DOL ITOM contract includes DOL engineering, application, and business support activities. The work includes the study, design, development, integration, testing, verification, and operations of critical information systems responsible for providing support services to the DOL and its Agency customers. As an Intern, you will join the program team to provide networking service support across the DOL focusing primarily on the projects/efforts assigned to the Network Operations Manager. You will have the opportunity to learn the basics of network operations management, exposure to the day-to-day operations of a federal network, communication plans, contract support and learning the day-to-day of executing services for the Department of Labor.

Other important details needed: A High School diploma and are entering your junior or senior year as a student at an accredited university offering a 4-year degree program pursuing BA/BS in Computer Engineering, Network Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Information Systems or related field.
U.S. Citizenship with ability to obtain/maintain a Public Trust security clearance. A GPA of 3.0 or higher. Ability to be detail-oriented and to prioritize work and meet quick turnaround deadlines. Strong written and verbal communication skills.

Opportunity title: SharePoint Administrator Intern
Opportunity department: Consulting
Opportunity timing: Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: contract based at HQ for Department of Labor located in Washington, D.C. – remote work is authorized

Basic duties: The DOL ITOM contract includes DOL engineering, application, and business support activities. The work includes the study, design, development, integration, testing, verification, and operations of critical information systems responsible for providing support services to the DOL and its Agency customers. As an Intern, you will join the program team to provide SharePoint support across all the functional areas – focusing primarily on the projects/efforts assigned to the Software Applications Manager.  You will have the opportunity to learn the basics of software applications, databases and requirements gathering – as well as the following: Assist Software Applications Manager with SharePoint activities, assist with key deliverables, continual review of SharePoint sites and identify key improvements, review processes and provide insight for improvements, assignments usually involve a wide variety of detailed activities which can include planning and conducting research.

Other important details needed: A High School diploma and are entering your junior or senior year as a student pursuing a BS/BA/BBA in Business at an accredited university offering a 4-year degree program. Experience with MS Suite: MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Word, MS Visio. Knowledge of SharePoint tools, including work-flows and SharePoint forms for tasks. US Citizenship with ability to obtain/maintain a Public Trust security clearance.

Opportunity title: Business Process Analyst Intern 
Opportunity department: Consulting
Opportunity timing:
Summer 2022 

Hours expected:  40 hours per week for ten weeks

Location: contract based at HQ for Department of Labor located in Washington, D.C. – remote work is authorized

Basic duties: The DOL ITOM contract includes DOL engineering, application, and business support activities. The work includes the study, design, development, integration, testing, verification, and operations of critical information systems responsible for providing support services to the DOL and its Agency customers. As an Intern, you will join the program team to provide business and process support across all the functional areas – focusing primarily on the projects/efforts assigned to the Program Manager.  You will have the opportunity to learn the basics of project/program management, financials analysis, communication plans, contract support and learning the day-to-day of executing a 311M program.

Other important details needed: A High School diploma and are entering your junior or senior year as a student pursuing a BS/BA/BBA in Business, Business Information Technology or related field at an accredited university offering a 4-year degree program. Experience with MS Suite: MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Word, MS Visio. US Citizenship with ability to obtain/maintain a Public Trust security clearance.

Opportunity title: iXp Intern – Support Engineer
Opportunity department: Administration
Opportunity timing:
Summer 2022: Jun 6, 2022 – August 12, 2022

Location: onsite at Reston, VA office

Basic duties: This person will be collaborating with the other 2 interns in Reston, VA & Bellevue, WA on all project assigned to them. This person will assist with team building activities to help unify our teams while working from home. This person must be present for calls, meetings, and all other types of events. Collaborate with other support engineers and product leads to resolve customer issues. Represent the company in a positive manner with timely updates and knowledgeable answers. This person will have the opportunity to job shadow several members of the Support team to learn their day to day business operations. This person will have an opportunity to interview several members of the Support Leadership to discuss career development and high level operations. This person will be asked to assist the Operations Manager with the performance of tasks to help support the team. This person will create and deliver a presentation with the other Support iXp interns to the organization outlining their experience and learning.

Opportunity title: iXp Intern – Regulated Industries Marketing
Opportunity department: Administration
Opportunity timing:
Summer 2022: Jun 6, 2022 – August 12, 2022

Location: onsite at Reston, VA office, option for remote 

Basic duties: Collecting and analyzing data to identify opportunities for market penetration and/or growth in net new and customer base. Researching competitive positioning and proposing adjustments to current strategies accordingly. Work closely with the Field Marketing Managers to support event marketing, lead generation, lead conversion, follow-up, and MDR support/enablement. Assist with developing social media posts and advanced demand generation tactics. Create engaging stories and effective content to grow our campaign initiatives. Work with Field Marketing Managers to grow and optimize community engagements. Work with Field Marketing Managers to create stories for podcasting and video content, to include strategies to amplify content. Work with Programs Manager to identify health of the database improvements and strategies for enhancing data. Maintain and enhance team collaboration tools and reporting tools.

Other important details needed: We’re looking for someone who takes initiative, perseveres, and stays curious. You like to work on meaningful innovative projects and are energized by lifelong learning.