There are a variety of summer internships offered through the Mathematics Department that provide a hands-on opportunity to see how mathematics can help solve real-world civilian and military problems. Past internship sites include the John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, OPNAV N81 at the Pentagon, and Lockheed Martin.
Mathematics Department majors may also be interested in internships offered through other departments, such as the internships at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Sandia National Laboratories offered by the Physics Department (link - USNA only, scroll to middle of page).
Details for Summer 2014 internships will be posted near the end of Fall 2013 or the beginning of Spring 2014.
If you have any questions, please contact the Department Internship Coordinator, Prof. Nelson Uhan.