Hard Stuff Done Right. Newport News Shipbuilding, a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries, prides itself on facing challenges head on.
Rosetta Rolan’s presentation focused on the many internship opportunities open to CNU students including an IT Co-op program, Engineering Co-op program, and a Business Management Co-op opportunity. Full time positions are also available for graduates.
Each of these programs requires a different application, a 3.0 or higher GPA, U.S. citizenship, and active works towards a degree.
Participants in these programs will be given the opportunity to work at the shipyard with professionals as well other interns doing real work for the company. Engagement with others is a key part of the internship process as stated by computer science major Scott Durant, student intern for NNS. Durant explained he was placed on a team of five and worked closely with them over the summer.
Internships are paid and support flexible hours or work from home within reason. In order to apply go to www.buildyourcareer.com
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