ARES offers students real world, hands-on experience with subject-matter experts, exposure to a wide range of industries, and professional guidance from mentors. Learn more about our internship opportunities and how to apply.
Opportunities and Experiences
Current ARES projects revolve around the space, defense, clean technology, security, project management, and energy industries. A sample of the tasks you might support includes (but is not limited to):
- Project/Program Management
- Engineering Design
- Risk Management (Qualitative and Quantitative)
- Systems Safety
- Fault Tree/Root Cause Analysis
- Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) / Critical Items List (CIL)
- Simulation Modeling
- Trade Study Analysis
- Case Study Development
- IT Development
- Environmental Clean-Up
- Seismic and Non-linear Structural Analysis
- Specialty Equipment Design
- Management and Maintenance Services
Requirements and Eligibility
Candidates must be enrolled in an accredited 4-year undergraduate program, graduate college program, or a two year college/technical school.
ARES employs a wide range of educational backgrounds. Commonly recruited field include engineering, science, and business.
- Design/ Drafting
- Fire Protection
- Industrial Operations
- Materials Science
- Computer Science
- Information Technology
- Knowledge Management
- Management Systems
ARES continues to grow and open new offices every year. Click here for our current locations.
ARES takes many factors into consideration when selecting interns. Please be sure to include the following information when applying:
- Pertinent Coursework and Research Projects
- Related Work Experience
- Awards, GPA, and Evidence of Academic Excellence
- Published Works
- Security Clearances
- Extracurricular Activities/Volunteer and Community Work
You can submit your internship application at any time. ARES notifies applicants for summer employment in April or May. Contact your nearest ARES office location for more information.