The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency considers St Louis its western headquarters. The company is also seeking interns as their St Louis western headquaters rises north of downtown.
The NGA will be moving away from it 7 decades of loyalty on the south side, to new pastures in north St Louis. The land that was acquired for construction will be replaced by what was blighted, treasured and crumbling.
The company which is based in Virgina, is offering advance students a huge opportunity.
Therefore, they are reaching out to college students for internship. So, students can develop skills, enhance their career potential and make a difference.
Students will be an NGA’s elite; part of a workplace:
Learning first-hand how the work they will be part of support national security, disaster relief and their national war fighters.
They will be part of the future of the work force.
Students will be assigned to a professional nature.
Additionally, during real-world experience, so they will have the opportunity to be evaluated for potential long-term employment.
Who can apply?
Graduate/Post graduate students
This internship is open to a large variety of degree fields
Guaranteed real work
Students will have a project or projects assigned by supervisors. Student programs also will hold informational events, luncheons and after work socials.
1.Paid sick and annual leaves
2.Onsite workout facility with three hours of paid leave a week
3.Maxi-flex work schedule
4.Also, with a successful evaluation at the end of the summer, interns could be invited back for multiple summers and more.
So, the progress of construction will most definitely raise the bar in the northern part of the city and stem a lot of development heading eastern toward downtown St Louis.
Students and future students are encouraged to seek this huge career boost, but technology students should most definite to apply for internship.