Looking for an entry level job or internship in aerospace? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
A bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering or a related field is required to become an aerospace engineer. The curriculum will include engineering courses as well as courses in computer science, physics, and math. Some universities include a five-year program where you can earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years; some have co-op programs where you alternate semesters of work and school, thus gaining full-time experience while in school. Both of these are great options if you’re considering a career in aerospace engineering.
|RVP Aerospace & Defense|
Salesforce Herndon, VA
|Senior Aerospace Engineer - Commercial Launch|
ECS Federal Arlington, VA
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TopResume Ashburn, VA
|Risk Analyst - Aviation/Aerospace|
DRS Technologies Arlington, VA
|Lead Tech Support Engineer with Security Clearance|
Belcan Chantilly, VA
|Aerospace Engineer with TS/SCI|
Leidos McLean, VA
|Aerospace Chief Scientist|
L3 Technologies Ashburn, VA
|Aerospace Mass Model Engineer|
Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation Manassas, VA
|Aerospace Ground Equipment Training Coordinator Technician 4|
Lockheed Martin Bethesda, MD
|Research Director, Supply Chain, Aerospace and Defense Industry Expert, Gartner Research|
Gartner Arlington, VA
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