The most recent class of interns worked at Redwire locations across the country on innovative technologies both in-person and remotely. With fresh new ideas and passion for knowledge and exploration, these impressive students are ready to take their places in the aerospace industry upon graduation.
This year for National Intern Day on July 27, Redwire teams across the U.S. acknowledged our interns with local lunches and outings to celebrate their achievements and contributions.
Hannah Nabavi, a student at UC Berkeley majoring in Engineering Physics, spent the summer interning with Redwire in Longmont, Colorado. Hannah interned through the Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship program, a prestigious fellowship for exceptional undergraduate and graduate students pursuing commercial space. During her internship, Hannah had the opportunity to impact NASA’s Solar Cruiser Program where she designed and built a solar sail volume simulator, performed boom testing and analysis, and gained experience in a breadth of topics.
“What amazed me about my internship with Redwire was the sheer number of learning opportunities I had in the span of a single summer. As an intern, I got to work on a multitude of tasks, ranging from 3D printing parts to performing venting calculations,” said Nabavi. “While the work was motivating, what made my internship for me was the team. Being surrounded by engineers who were truly excited about the program pushed me to keep learning. That shared excitement was infectious and served as a continuous source of inspiration.”
Upcoming Redwire Internship Opportunities
Redwire is dedicated to providing an enriching, unique experience that enables interns with diverse backgrounds and experiences to develop skills, clarify career goals and inspire their extracurricular activities. As Redwire continues to grow, there will be expanded internship opportunities across the company.
If you are interested in an internship at Redwire, you can explore and apply directly on the Redwire Careers site.