Benefits

Degree Internships

There are various specialties available to ROTC cadets as Army internships, depending on your degree.

  • The Army Medical Department Internship Program for students studying medical services
  • The Central Identification Laboratory Internship Program for students in forensic science, archeology or mortuary science
  • The Chaplaincy Internship Program for students pursuing an academic degree to become an Army chaplain
  • The Engineering Internship Program for students enrolled in aerospace, civil, electrical, environmental, mechanical or structural engineering programs
  • The Health Facilities Planning Agency Internship Program for students majoring in any engineering field
  • The Judge Advocate General’s Internship Program for students pursuing an academic degree from law school
  • The Nurse Summer Training Program for nursing students
  • The Public Affairs Officer Internship Program for students enrolled in public affairs and marketing programs

RESEARCH AND SPECIALTY INTERNSHIPS

There are various specialties available to ROTC cadets, depending on the research agency with which they’re working.

  • The Army Science Board for students studying in fields of science
  • The Cadet Internship Program including a number of internships located at the Pentagon and other Army staff agencies
  • The Overseas Travel and Emersion Program for students studying foreign languages, social science, foreign affairs or political science
  • The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Internship Program for science and engineering majors
  • The National Ground Intelligence Center Internship Program for foreign language and bilingual students
  • The Research Internship Program for science and engineering students
  • Specialty internships that can be arranged on a case-by-case basis. Talk to your class advisor if you are interested in an internship specific to your academic program.

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY CIVILIAN INTERNSHIPS

For over 40 years, the Department of Army has administered an intern program that takes individuals from entry-level positions to positions of mid-level management. Through on-the-job training and formal classroom instruction, thousands of civilian employees have been trained in a variety of career fields. In fact, many of Army's senior-level civilian leaders are products of the intern program.