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Engineering – easy apply

RAND Corporation Santa Monica, CA

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Engineering – easy apply

RAND Corporation Washington, DC

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Engineering – easy apply

RAND Corporation Pittsburgh, PA

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Storage Engineer (Senior Level) – easy apply

RAND Corporation Santa Monica, CA

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IS Network Engineering Ops Analyst (Senior Level) – easy apply

RAND Corporation Santa Monica, CA

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    Good think-tank learning experience

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    I worked at RAND as an intern

    Pros

    Highly intelligent people, great work environment if you like policy-oriented research, lots of autonomy (see caveat below), decent compensation for this type of summer position, collegial atmosphere among interns.

    Cons

    Limited interaction with mentor. You are often on your own with little guidance and little feedback. It is up to you to be proactive and come up with ideas. More generally, you have to take the initiative to meet people. People won't come to you.

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