The CNS Undergrad Experience

September 13, 2018
Masako Toki

Each summer, the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) offers a unique opportunity for a select group of outstanding undergraduate students to join us in Monterey for hands-on, paid, on-the-job training. In addition to working on ongoing projects at CNS, interns develop their own research projects under the guidance of senior CNS faculty.

Listen to what the 2018 Summer Interns had to say about their experience:

“This internship gives you a strong basis in research for going forward in any field.”

Jack Nassetta

“It’s the people—all the professors and all the other interns—have so much passion in this field to learn new stuff. They’ve all been really helpful, willing to offer anything they could for your independent research.”

Yun Zhang

“I know that the practice I get here will translate not only to nonproliferation but across all different kinds of career options.”

Kenshin Cho

“There is nowhere else that can give you this type of experience and this type of access to experts in the field.”

Rowen Price

Learn more about the CNS Summer Undergraduate Internship program

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