MIT Lincoln Laboratory

At MIT Lincoln Laboratory, diverse teams of technical experts develop innovative solutions with real impact on U.S. national security. If you are an agile thinker, excited by the freedom to develop and execute novel ideas and test them in sophisticated real-world simulations, Lincoln Laboratory offers abundant opportunities and resources for students and new graduates of BS, MS and PhD programs in science and engineering:

·  Full-Time Opportunities for Engineers, Scientists or Post-Docs

·  Summer Research Program (paid internships)

·  University Co-op Education Program

 

When it comes to explaining our unique environment and culture, our staff says it best: 

"Lincoln Laboratory provides access to urgent and compelling problems, and the license to pursue cutting-edge solutions — from the drawing board to operational systems." – Justin Brooke, BA, MA, PhD, ISR & Tactical Systems Division

"My career at the Laboratory has mainly been about opportunities—opportunities to work in the Pacific, to take classes at Harvard, to attend conferences, and to use a cutting-edge architecture like Eclipse Rich Client Platform. Such opportunities are a constant here — and available to everyone." - Jonquil Swann, BS, MS, Air & Missile Defense Assessments Group

"At Lincoln Laboratory, I’ve never been asked to do the same thing over and over again. I’m constantly working on new projects that present new challenges. I’m always developing my skill set." - Lisa Basile, BA, MA, Tactical Defense Systems Group

 

From a New Employee Network that assists new employees in transitioning into the Laboratory and local area, to active employee resource groups, MIT Lincoln Laboratory is a collegial and welcoming community. Our staff enjoy generous tuition assistance and in-house courses on technical subjects and business management, as well as an on-site fitness facility and numerous sports leagues and clubs. 

 

MIT Lincoln Laboratory is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, or disability. U.S. citizenship is required.