Year-round and summer
Undergraduate (sophomores and higher) and graduate students majoring in computer science, computer engineering, and electrical engineering
The Center for Analysis Systems and Applications (CASA) gives students the opportunity to develop next-generation software systems for compelling national security missions. Interns work on the most complex and challenging data analysis problems facing our nation.
CASA interns collaborate with software engineering experts to develop significant mission applications, including remote sensing, data analysis, and real-time applications. Projects may range from working on small research-and-development (R&D) efforts to joining large, multidisciplinary teams that are developing software systems with more than one million lines of code. Most CASA interns work on two projects, enabling them to acquire a broad understanding of the challenging data analysis problems that Sandia is solving for our nation.
CASA students are part of a Sandia program, Technical Internships to Advance National Security (TITANS), which offers students valuable cross-exposure to projects in three other TITANS tracks sponsored by the Center for Cyber Defenders; Interns for Security, Arms Control, and Force Protection Engineering; and the Monitoring Systems and Technology Intern Center.
CASA interns will gain skills in the following areas:
Desired skills for CASA projects include the following:
Detailed instructions for using Sandia's Careers tool to apply for a position are also available.