Interns at Air Force Research Laboratory give their company a 4.4 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Air Force Research Laboratory is 4.5, making them 2% less happy than every other employee at Air Force Research Laboratory and 5% happier than every other Intern on CareerBliss - the happiest Interns work for Juniper Networks.
"I am a Department of Defense Scholar and a recent Air Force Research Laboratory intern. My research involved synthetic biology and engineering applications. I transitioned from being an intern to an actual federal employee during the last week of my internship, but I returned back to school to complete my senior year of college. My time in Rome, NY was lovely, but that lab was not best equipped for my field of work (biology). Fortunately, I was able to adapt, collaborate and learn new skills from other interns and employees. I highly recommend the AFRL."
"Friendly environment. Flexible work hours."
"The program was great, but the red tape and lack of high administration understanding of what R&D means was awful."
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