Hundreds of civilian jobs with the US Army are moving to Aberdeen, Maryland by 2011. The US Army is recruiting ALL majors, particularly Math, Computer Science, Engineering, and Business. Learn more about the UD's Partnerships with Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) in education, research and other areas of the university.
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Student Career Opportunities
What is SCEP?
SCEP is a program to recruit student engineers and scientists for summer, part time and/or traditional "co-op" employment. The goal is to provide meaningful employment related to your major and area(s) of interest and to offer a work schedule that is "flexible" and does not interfere with your academic schedule. As a full-time student participating in SCEP, you will be assigned a mentor who will assist in developing a work schedule and establishing personalized objectives.
"My experience with the Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) has been one that I am truly fortunate and grateful to have. It has given me hands-on experience in my chosen career field before I graduate, in addition to providing me with a strong network and a mentor. One of the most unique things about being a part of SCEP is not having to worry about re-applying for summer internships year after year - because you are guaranteed a spot whenever there is a school break - with a competitive salary and automatic job offer following graduation!!! I strongly recommend the SCEP program to any student who wishes to get an "edge" on their chosen career path." - A. Donato '10
Intern Program (For full-time/permanent positions)
What is FCIP?
The Federal Career Intern Program (FCIP) is a comprehensive, entry-level employ-ment and career development program designed to recruit and nurture the next generation of Team C4ISR leaders. The program offers permanent, full-time posi-tions. As a Team C4ISR intern, you will participate in an intensive ( 1 .5-3 year) program that will “jump start” your career with us and develop your potential for fu-ture advancement within the Team C4ISR community.
Graduate School Opportunities
The Software Engineering Center (SEC) offers tuition assistance and pays for books to graduate students entering their first year of grad school. This opportunity is now closed. For more information on the SEC visit: http://www.sec.army.mil/secweb/home.php.
2009 SCEP Participants: (right)
Comfort Quarshie, Graduate Student in Information Systems and Technology Management