Are you a college student looking to gain invaluable industry experience?
The BPMI Intern Program is a competitive, paid summer internship that offers an opportunity to increase exposure between BPMI and potential full-time candidates, while providing a chance for mutual evaluations.
Established in 1998, the program continues to yield success as many interns accept full-time positions within the company for a number of different fields.
Additionally, employees who have participated in the internship program have acquired a better understanding of BPMI and the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program, which has strengthened their knowledge prior to full-time employment.
- Close Mentoring - Interns will be assigned a sponsor during their internship at BPMI. This sponsor will assist them in their day-to-day efforts and provide them with a more in-depth perspective of BPMI and their assignments. This sponsor, along with a respective manager, will provide guidance and training on the specifics of BPMI's business and operation.
- Training - Interns will be provided with various training opportunities throughout the summer in the areas of nuclear engineering, nuclear propulsion support operations, project management, etc.
- Shipyard Tour - During mid-summer, the intern coordinators will take the interns to the Newport News Shipbuilding in Virginia for a one-day shipyard tour. Depending upon the shipyard and availability, the interns will have a unique opportunity to see aircraft carriers, submarines, machine shops, and other areas of interest. This will enable the interns to gain a better appreciation of what the work at BPMI supports and how extensive the Navy program really is.
BPMI may offer Engineering, IT, Business, or Supply Chain Management intern opportunities.
To apply for an open internship position, please visit the Job Search Page.