Internships for MIT BWSI Students

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Internships for MIT BWSI Students

It's our privilege to connect with you throughout MIT Beaver Works Summer Institute 2021! We look forward to our Zoom lecture series so we can share the cool technologies we work on every day at Raytheon Intelligence & Space, a business of Raytheon Technologies. Bookmark this page to keep in touch during your high school years and college experience.

High School Internships at Raytheon BBN

Raytheon BBN, a subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is one of the world’s premier research and development centers. 

We have two paid summer 2022 internships for students who’ve graduated from high school and are about to begin college. Interns will learn from some of the world's leading researchers, and focus on forward-looking projects in a variety of technical areas: 

-    Artificial Intelligence
-    Machine Learning
-    Autonomy
-    Cyber Security
-    Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
-    Supercomputing
-    Imaging and Computer Vision
-    Distributed Dynamic Systems
-    Signal Processing
-    Decision Support 
-    Biotechnology and Synthetic Biology

APPLY NOW! View the job description to learn more about the dynamic technologies  you’ll contribute to during this internship program. Deadline to apply is August 14, 2021.

If you have questions, contact Brigid Sullivan, Raytheon BBN Human Relations.

College Internships, Co-ops and Leadership Development Programs

Raytheon Intelligence & Space is a great place to start an extraordinary career. Once you’re in college, check out and apply to our internship and co-op jobs that provide experiential learning opportunities as you work on real-world, complex business challenges. 

Get Started with your Arduino 

Now that you’re an owner of a new Arduino UNO Super Starter Kit, here’s a cool project to get you started, recommended by our Innovation Center leader.

How to Make an Arduino Radar 

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a radar using the ultrasonic rangefinder, the Servo motors for rotating the sensor, and the Arduino board for controlling them both. A YouTube video and written tutorial will walk you through the steps.

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