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There are three different internships available.  Each one requires a separate interview/selection process.  If you are interested in any of these, please email


1.SOCOM Fort Liberty Internship- The objective of the SOCOM Innovation Internship Program is to broaden Cadets’ experiences of leading and problem-solving advanced technical solutions within an Active Duty Special Operations Unit.  The program is a minimum of four weeks with a maximum of six weeks.  During this time Cadets will directly contribute to technology solutions and interact with Special Operations Forces to develop these solutions.  This interaction is critical as the Cadets will be exposed to the tactics, techniques, and procedures of our Special Operations Forces and come away with a deeper understanding of SOF roles within the Military.  Cadets will interview for the Internship prior to being approved. The program encompasses a multiple of disciplines to include the following:

Rapid Prototyping

Computer Programming


Innovative Design

Reverse Software Engineering


Fort Liberty, North Carolina


Undergraduate degree of study in a STEM field. Students with a major in a different discipline who have a strong technical background are also eligible.

GPA 3.0 or better in academic major.

 Granted SECRET clearance.


2. MIT Lincoln Laboratory Internship (Lexington, MA)- Apply for a summer/semester internship at MIT Lincoln Laboratory.  You will be matched up with LL mentors and will work on SOCOM projects. This is a paid internship. 


3. SOCOM S&T Internship (Tampa, FL) - Information about this opportunity is TBD