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IT Software Developer Summer Internship 2025

Naval Nuclear Laboratory has internship opportunities for college students to spend the summer of 2025 getting great work experience, in great locations, supporting the world's greatest Navy. 


The Naval Nuclear Laboratory is looking for IT Software Developer interns to join our team. You will be part of a team that develops, tests, and maintains intuitive enterprise applications. This team collaborates with each other to develop best practices and client requirements. As an IT Software Developer intern, you will work in a technically diverse and dynamic environment with a team of full stack Software Developers responsible for all aspects of software development of enterprise applications for the business. 


Program highlights include: 

  • Final presentation to management, peers, and other NNL employees
  • Meet directly with NNL General Manager and Executive Leadership
  • Partnership with a mentor
  • Opportunity to tour local NNL site facilities
  • Trip to a Naval Shipyard for a guided tour
  • Extensive networking opportunities


The NNL Internship is an approximate 10-12 week program starting in May/June 2025.


An internship position may result in a return internship or full-time employment offer upon successful completion of the program.


Required Combination of Knowledge and Skill

Candidates for IT Software Developer internship positions must be: 

  • Pursuing Information Technology, Information Science, Computer Science, or related BS, MS or PhD degrees from an accredited college or university 
  • Must have completed at least first full year of college by May 2025 
  • Enrolled/continuing in a degree program throughout this internship 


Students must attach most recent unofficial college transcripts and resume to the employment application. 


Preferred Skills

  • Cumulative minimum GPA 3.0/4.0 
  • Prior related internship, co-op or work experience (paid or volunteer) 
  • Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Defense (DOD) or Naval Nuclear Program experience