Hi I’m Sahar and I work at the MITRE Corporation. Here, we tackle difficult problems—problems that challenge the safety, stability, and well-being of our nation. We do this by operating federally funded R&D centers in areas like cyber, aviation, enterprise modernization, homeland security and much more. Today, I want to tell you about our exciting new systems engineering fellowship program for federal employees. This fellowship includes hands-on experience —on real MITRE projects— while earning a systems engineering Masters degree from the University of Virginia—all in just 12 months. Nowhere else can you take classes for world-class education from UVA and immediately apply the skills you’re learning directly onto government project work at the same time. You’ll have countless resources available to you, including innovative MITRE work where you can research and explore solutions to unsolved problems. You can also collaborate with highly trained engineers with expertise in innovative systems engineering’s tools and
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prefer to be on a different MITRE campus Also, keep in mind that our next cohort begins May 2020 and applications are due by April 15. So, if you’re a federal employee—visit MITRE.org/sefellows to start the process today and get started on your next new adventure.