Job Overview


Are you looking for a unique internship opportunity to gain valuable work experience? An internship with the Department of the Air Force offers challenging work, and the satisfaction of knowing you've made a difference. We're offering you an exciting opportunity to gain “real world” experience as an Intern in the Pathways Program. 


This is a Pathways Student Internship opportunity managed by the Force Renewal Program and centrally funded by the Air Force's Central Salary Account (CSA).  The Internship offers valuable work experience directly related to your academic field of study.  This is your opportunity to begin a successful Federal civilian career with the United States Air Force.  As an Intern, you will be given the opportunity to gain the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to pursue a successful career with the US Air Force and upon completing your degree and meeting conversion eligibility requirements, be eligible for placement in a permanent position.  However, it is important to remember that eligibility for conversion does not guarantee you will be offered a permanent position.  The length of Internship is normally two years or when you complete your academic program and degree requirements.


Initial Appointment/Conversion:  On initial appointment or conversion, entry grade May be at the GS-4 - GS-9 grade depending on level of education, mission, and career field requirements.

Relocation expenses are not covered.



This internship is to provide a learning opportunity for a student enrolled in a field of study relating to their career path, to enhance their future goals and improve their knowledge with work experience in a working environment.


1.    Performs selected tasks and phases of studies and projects that require application of basic theory and principles in the area of  engineering.

2.    Participates with senior personnel in conducting non-routine projects.

3.    Provides assistance to senior personnel in planning, monitoring and conducting special studies, projects and initiatives. 

4.  Use computer/computer software such as information management programs, computer aided design and drafting (CADD) programs, and project tracking programs to assist senior personnel in solving engineering problems and facilitate the work.


Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSA)


·         Knowledge of basic  theories, principles, concepts and methodology of  engineering.

·         Skill in applying basic occupational theory, principles, concepts and practices sufficient to perform student trainee assignments.

·         Ability to follow instructions and guidance to complete assigned tasks and communicate information to others in oral or written format.

·         Ability to analyze problems, identify significant factors, gather and interpret pertinent data and apply established rules and procedures in order to recommend effective solutions.

·         Ability to learn and apply basic investigative techniques to accomplish work in the subject-matter field.

·         Ability to gather and analyze basic facts, information and data and draw conclusions.


  • Additional Duty Location Info

    Few vacancies in the following locations

    • Randolph AFB, TX United States
    • Warner Robins, GA United States
    • Kirtland AFB, NM United States
    • Peterson AFB, CO United States
    • Tinker AFB, OK United States
    • Wright-Patterson AFB, OH United States
    • Lackland AFB, TX United States
    • Offutt AFB, NE United States
    • Rome, NY United States
    • Eglin AFB, FL United States
    • Hanscom AFB, MA United States
    • Hill AFB, UT United States