Annapolis Office of Emergency Management Internship
The Summer 2022 OEM Internship application is now available.
The Midshipman participating in this internship will:
- Conduct a limited scope, independent research project in support of the City of Annapolis Office of Emergency Management (OEM). The actual project is TBD and may not be fully developed until the start of the internship due to the evolving needs of OEM and candidate interests. The intern may be expected to meet with Instructor Davies occasionally over the final 4-6 weeks of the Spring Semester to prepare, as required.
- Be exposed to challenges associated with disaster planning, response, and management. Emergency management is a collaborative and interdisciplinary effort that requires detailed planning, an understanding of all possible threats, and the ability to think critically and act effectively in a high pressure environment. The participant will shadow OEM personal in meetings and activities related to emergency management throughout the internship (in addition to the assigned project).
This internship satisfies PTE Summer Credit and the specific block/dates are flexible. Only one intern will be select each year. This is an unfunded/local internship at the City of Annapolis Office of Emergency Managment.
GPA of 2.75 or higher is expected for a successful applicant, along with no open conduct or honor charges. Rising 1/C and highly-qualified rising 2/C will be considered. Applicants must have satisfactory physical and military performance standing. Working knowledge/experience with MATLAB, GIS, or similar analytical software is desirable. All participants must be U.S. Citizens. Before selecting the internship participant, applicants may be interviewed by the USNA sponsor (Instructor Alexander R. Davies) and the City of Annapolis OEM sponsor (Deputy Director David Mandell).
In addition, applicants must have completed one or more of the course courses listed (or equivalent) below with a final course letter grade of B or greater.
- SO264: Statistics for Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences
- SO335: Oceanographic and Meteorological Quantitative Methods
- EN330: Probability and Statistics w/ Ocean Applications
- SA305: Linear Programing
- SA367: Introduction to Mathematical Modeling
- SP351: Problem Solving Methods I
- FE331: Economic Statistics
- FE342: Economic Methods for Engineers
- FP320: Advanced Political Scientific Methods
- SY301: Data Structures for Cyber Operations
Only the USNA POC, Instructor Alexander R. Davies, reserves the right to waive any or all of these eligibility requirements and to make the final intern selection.
How to Apply