The Summer Games is an innovative internship program that attracts some of the nation’s best and brightest students. The goal is to develop a breakthrough idea or solution for one of our clients’ most pressing, complex, and multidimensional problems. This competitive and collaborative program attracts thousands of applicants for several hundred slots. Simulating a real-world startup accelerator environment, the interns are divided into teams, each working on a different challenge. Throughout the Games, interns receive mentorship from senior leaders, collaborate and experiment in Booz Allen’s innovation ecosystem, solve problems using Booz Allen’s products and unique engagement models, and leverage the power of rapid prototyping. The summer culminates with a final Challenge Cup competition and presentation to senior leadership. A past winner took the challenge of helping blind individuals navigate by using new technology, creating a functioning prototype, and developing a business and market penetration plan. Teams have also helped develop an app that gives military commanders an easy way to track real-time and open-source information about developing situations such as sudden attacks, fighting human trafficking, and even tracking the spread of a disease worldwide. These internships are located throughout the US and will depend on the needs of the business and the skills of the applicants.
Our exclusive program is looking for talented students to work on teams for 10-weeks in our Central Maryland office, located between Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. Our region focuses on designing, building, and solving Cybersecurity problems for our national security clients and building skills to have a successful career here.
- Experience with conducting research
- Ability to produce technical documentation and create design artifacts
- Ability to work independently and in teams
- Ability to obtain a security clearance
- Scheduled to obtain a BA or BS degree by Winter 2020 or Spring/Summer 2021
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
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