Contract Interns

When on site at a government facility, tasks and workload are determined by the customer. However, the desired expectation is that interns will have access to a variety of different IT areas and experts. Interns are expected to have a Security+ certification to be considered and must complete at least one computing environment training course through the SkillPort training system while working on site. 

Corporate/High School Interns

Interns are exposed to a variety of tasks in different departments to include, but not limited to, administrative function, IT duties, business development processes, proposal processes, and operational procedures. Interns can also expect to learn about some of our finance and human resources processes.

"The atmosphere in the office was different from any kind of corporate environment I had experienced at the time and continues to be to this day. It felt like family."

-Jaire Perry, Contract Intern


"Go ahead and make the leap. It is an amazing experience, one that provides you with the tools to succeed in your chosen career. The open door policy that they have is an amazing opportunity for growth and you won't be steered in the wrong direction. All they want for their employees is success, and if you are willing to work towards that, they will help you along the way in any way they can."
Jaire Perry
Contract Intern