Big things are on the horizon for the 2023 class of HS-POWER students, who will spend the summer conducting innovative research across the Department of Homeland Security.
DHS S&T launched the competition for graduate and undergraduate students across the United States and territories to participate in the 2023 HS-POWER internship program.
S&T actively fosters the next generation of homeland security professionals through workforce development initiatives. These programs are incredibly beneficial for both the participating students and the overall security of our nation, and this win-win situation is epitomized by the Homeland Security Professional Opportunities for the Student Workforce to Experience Research (HS-POWER) Program.
DHS S&T signed an agreement for collaborative research, development, and foreign technical exchanges in cybersecurity and public safety solutions with the Republic of Korea’s Ministry of Science and Information Communication Technology (MSIT).
The Office of Public Affairs Internship Program provides students the opportunity to work at DHS in unpaid, volunteer positions in the Office of Public Affairs at DHS Headquarters in Washington, D.C. Interns work on assignments that offer both valuable experience and substantial individual responsibility.