Booz Allen Hamilton’s Summer Games

Booz Allen Hamilton’s Summer Games

More than 7,000 students applied. Just 400 of the most creative minds were selected. The prize is a 10-week opportunity to participate in Booz Allen Hamilton’s Summer Games, a fun, intense and competitive internship program that assesses each student’s interests, passions and skill sets before assigning them to project teams that align best with each individual’s goals. The following posts are part of a series of stories written by Booz Allen Hamilton’s Summer Games interns.

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Booz Allen Summer Games Challenges Gen Z to Change the World
Since 2014, the Booz Allen Summer Games has engaged university students from around the world to respond to major global problems through collaboration and creativity. This year, 383 internss were chosen from thousands of applicants. Teams brought together university students...
Aug 19, 2019 4:30 PM ET
Newsy Highlights Summer Games and the Winning Drone Solution That Could Change Lives of the Warfighter
Generation Z represents today’s students and tomorrow’s workers. According to a survey by software marketing company Marketo, they’re future-focused realists with a drive to create things, and a majority (60%) want their jobs to impact the...
Sep 11, 2018 3:25 PM ET
Interns Win with Artificial Intelligence Drone for Reconnaissance at Booz Allen’s Summer Games
Move over Shark Tank—Booz Allen’s Summer Games interns are budding entrepreneurs in their own right. Whether the solution is a modular, cost-effective reconnaissance drone, a mixed-reality airmanship training application, or...
Aug 23, 2018 1:50 PM ET
Booz Allen Interns Apply Data Analytics to Enhance Traffic Safety
More than 40,000 people die each year in the U.S. in traffic collisions—whether driving, bicycling, walking, using a wheelchair, or riding transit. The Vision Zero strategy is working to change that. By mapping...
Jul 31, 2018 2:55 PM ET
Booz Allen Interns Use Algorithms to Fight Fake News
On social media, fake news almost always wins out over the truth. That’s one of the eye-opening findings of a recent study detailed in Science. As people increasingly get their news from online sources like Twitter and Facebook, how do you make it easier for them to spot fake news? At Booz Allen,...
Jul 27, 2018 1:55 PM ET

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