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Through ENSCO's Internship Program, our interns apply their academic knowledge in a real-world setting and help ENSCO solve challenges across all of our business areas. ENSCO interns are paid and are eligible to participate in our 401(k) program. At the end of their Internship, our interns present Capstone projects to senior management and their peers.
Meet Our Interns
ENSCO welcomes our Summer 2020 Interns! Learn about our interns, the projects they are working on to help make the world a safer place, and why they chose ENSCO!
An intern in our ENSCO Rail, Ian is studying mechanical engineering at Georgia Tech. Learn how a trip to Japan inspired him to apply to ENSCO’s internship program, and his plans after graduation.
An intern in our ENSCO Avionics, Richard is studying computer engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology, and spending his summer with ENSCO performing requirements-based testing on safety-critical flight control software.
Nicholas is an intern in our Information Systems and Technology Division. Find out what he’s working on and what it was like to start an internship during a quarantine!
Jonathan is pursuing a degree in computer science and game development. As an intern, he will be working on ENSCO Rail software, updating applications and system security.
Coleman is a computer engineering and computer science major at University of Virginia. Learn how he’s applying his skills in computer engineering to real world problems and why he chose ENSCO Rail.
Meet Sam, an intern in our National Security Solutions Division. During his internship, he will be getting hands-on experience in machine learning and data analysis.
Sagar is pursuing a graduate degree in electrical engineering. This summer, he is working on developing an embedded software application for one of ENSCO Rail's major products in track inspection systems.
Naib is studying information technology and cybersecurity at George Mason University. An intern in our Information Systems and Technology Division, he's getting firsthand experience in utilizing IT tools at an enterprise level.
An intern in our ENSCO Rail, James is currently a Ph.D. student at George Washington University, where he is studying computer science. This summer, he is working on improving the artificial intelligence for autonomous rail systems.
Danny joins us as an ENSCO Rail Summer Intern. Danny is majoring in mechanical engineering at Ohio State University. Learn more about Danny, what he’s working on at ENSCO and his love of Formula racing.
An intern in our ENSCO Avionics, Blaise is studying computer engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology. This summer, he’ll be testing the code/modules for a tiltrotor VTOL aircraft.
Emmanuel is pursuing a degree in computer engineering and electrical engineering at the University of Virginia. As an ENSCO Rail intern, he will be evaluating multiple software technologies to ensure they perform well independent of platforms on which they run.
Raylene is studying public relations and strategic communications with a marketing minor at American University. As an intern, Raylene is getting real-world skills in digital communications, market research, and public relations.
Lucas is our ENSCO Avionics intern and computer engineering student at Binghamton University. This summer, he’s gaining real-world experience making the world a safer place by performing module testing for tiltrotor planes.
Elizabeth is a second year computer science major at Rochester Institute of Technology who is interested in pursuing a career in software development. This summer, Elizabeth has the opportunity to learn new tools and software languages, and apply them to real-world transportation challenges.
Gavin is pursuing a degree in computer science with the career goal of becoming a software engineer. This summer, he will be performing requirements-based testing for safety critical flight software.
David is pursuing a master’s degree in computer and electrical engineering at Binghamton University. As our ENSCO Avionics intern, he will be performing requirements-based testing on safety-critical software for the flight control system of a tiltrotor aircraft.
Kimberly is a computer science and psychology student at University of Virginia who has a special interest in the human side of technology. This summer, Kimberly is helping redesign some ENSCO Rail products with the goal of improving the product development process and creating sleeker, more user-friendly user interfaces.
ENSCO Contracts and Procurement intern Imrie is a playmaker on the court and in the office. Learn more about why he choose ENSCO.
Allison returns to us for a second summer internship in our Human Resources Division, getting hands-on experience in all aspects of human resource management.
Dennes is an intern in our Aerospace Sciences and Engineering Division, serving the space community. He is pursuing a degree in cybersecurity, and spending the summer getting firsthand experience in the industry.