Valuable career experience

We offer a 14-week, paid summer internship that allows students to gain valuable career experience. Our interns participate in active projects and explore the career opportunities available in our many highly technical and specialized departments.

Many interns develop lasting relationships with their mentors and return for multiple summers. Some interns even continue to work part-time during the school year. Since program inception, over 40 interns have returned to JT4 after graduation to start their professional careers. 

How to Apply

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Typical projects

Our interns gain important work experience in a variety of projects that typically involve the following:

  • Electrical engineering tasking in a variety of applications, usually associated with radio frequency, radar and measurements
  • Real-time programming (C, VxWorks, etc.)
  • Mathematical algorithm development (MatLab, Python, R, etc.)
  • Object-oriented programming (C++, C#, Java, etc.)

Examples of past projects include programming Raspberry Pi boards to replace video capture equipment, creating software to track systems using the NASA earth model and adapting infrastructure to convert serial protocols to faster Ethernet protocols.

Eligibility and selection criteria

Students must possess the following qualifications and credentials in order to be considered for a summer internship:

  • Junior or senior class standing
  • A declared major course of study in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science or mathematics
  • A valid state-issued driver’s license
  • Ability to pass a background check and drug screen
  • Ability to qualify for and maintain a security clearance

Preference will be given to candidates whose GPA, coursework and relevant experience indicate a high aptitude for technical and scientific work. Resumes should highlight the following:

  • Strong computing skills, especially commercial of-the-shelf (COTS) engineering applications such as Matlab 
  • Completed coursework in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science and mathematics, and for electrical engineering positions, a preference for coursework in electromagnetics, antenna theory and/or communication protocols 
  • Technical experience or hobbies

Duration and duties

Each intern is supervised by a JT4 mentor who is a hands-on participant in the assigned project. Interns are expected to commit to a 40‐hour workweek for up to 14 weeks of the program. Candidates may work with the Intern Program Facilitator and their assigned mentor to adjust their work schedules, start date and/or end date. Interns may be asked to present their projects at the end of the summer.

Application process

Interested students must apply online through the JT4 Careers page. Exact instructions for how to apply are posted to this site every January. The application package includes JT4’s Summer Intern Information Form, a resume and academic transcripts from all colleges and universities attended.  

JT4 will review all applications following the submission deadline. If selected for an interview, students will be contacted directly to discuss the next steps in the application process (inclusive of a background check).

Interviews may be conducted via phone, web or face‐to‐face at JT4 Corporate Offices in Las Vegas. If hired, interns will be required to pass a drug screen prior to the start of the internship.


Although exact dates vary from year to year, the typical application cycle and internship schedule adheres to the following.
Application OpensLast Week of January
Application ClosesFirst Week of March
Interviews ConductedSecond Week of April
Offer Letters ExtendedLast Week of April
Candidate Response DeadlineFirst Week of May
Internship BeginsSecond Week of May (Flexible)
Internship EndsSecond Week of August (Flexible)

JT4’s Intern Program gave me an incredibly exciting start to my career. The knowledge and meaningful mentorship I gained during my time as an intern continue to have a lasting positive effect on me to this day. I happily joined the J-Tech team as a full-time employee as soon as I graduated in 2018. My favorite part about working for JT4 is the team spirit that goes into our innovation and collaboration. It is a privilege to be able to work with and learn from a remarkable group of analysts and engineers every single day.

– Alex M., Software Developer (NV)

Frequently asked questions

JT4 does not provide lodging or a stipend for lodging. Interns who are not local must make their own accommodations.

The majority of our internship positions are located in Las Vegas and Beatty, Nevada. Please reach out to our recruiting team for specific opportunities and locations at 702-550-6233 or

Both local and out-of-state students can anticipate either a phone, web or face-to-face interview. Our recruiters will work with you to schedule the most convenient option.
JT4 interns are not guaranteed future employment. However, interns who excel in their summer projects may be encouraged to apply for available positions upon graduation. They must proceed through the normal hiring process and be the most qualified candidate for the position in order to be hired.

If you immediately pursue your graduate degree following the receipt of your undergraduate degree, you may still be eligible to participate in our internship program. However, you may want to consider a full-time position with us. View our current opportunities to determine if there is a current open position that aligns with your qualifications and career goals.

Please reach out to our dedicated recruiting team at or call 702-550-6233 during regular business hours.

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