Intern Spotlights

Get to know our Summer 2024 Interns! We’re thrilled to witness their growth, creativity and contributions to our mission.

Meet Tyler, Ops Technical Intern

Tyler is a junior at Yale University where he studies Computer Science and Mathematics.

“I’m excited to learn and absorb all the information I can from the experienced senior engineers and my peers at AIS. This internship will not only help me grow as a programmer, but also as an innovative thinker and collaborator. Gaining hands-on experience towards an impactful project will teach me invaluable skills that will prepare me for future career opportunities. I hope to expand my knowledge more specifically on cybersecurity and software applications from the vast and impressive AIS project library.”

Fun fact

Tyler has played the violin since he was five, but just recently started learning the guitar!

Meet Benjamin, Business Development Intern

Benjamin is a junior at Utica University where he studies Business Management.

“I’m very excited to be a part of the community at AIS, where I can be a contributing factor in projects that benefit my team and coworkers. I hope that my internship will give me insight on potential areas of study to pursue in my final years of school, while giving me experience to apply in private and public business, wherever my career may take me.”

Fun fact

Benjamin golfs and fishes almost every day. He can also juggle basketballs but has no idea how he figured that out!

Meet Zack, Ops Technical Intern

Zack is a recent graduate of Binghamton University, where he is also currently earning his master’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a focus in Information Assurance.

“I’m super excited to meet the great people at AIS and learn more about cybersecurity through meaningful projects. Information Assurance is my area of focus for my master’s degree, so I’m eager to gain experience in the security industry and evaluate my passion for the field. I’m hoping to learn a lot about higher level programming and explore the application of security principles in government and military settings.”

Fun fact

Zack bowls competitively with Binghamton University and in non-university affiliated cash tournaments.

Meet Townsend, Ops Technical Intern

Townsend is a senior at Syracuse University where he studies Computer Science.

“I’m excited for the opportunity to take a deep dive into cutting-edge technologies. This internship will allow me to determine the direction in which I will take my career, whether that is deeper into cybersecurity, a pivot to development or potentially a field or subfield of computer science that I haven’t considered yet. I’m hoping to learn the workflows and skills needed to take my reverse engineering skills to the next level and apply those skills to new targets.”

Fun fact

Townsend is an avid skier and races on the Syracuse University alpine ski team.

Meet Odin, Ops Technical Intern

Odin is a recent graduate of Clarkson University and is currently applying to schools to get his graduate degree in Computer Science.

“I’m excited about the opportunity to work on cutting-edge technologies. I’m hoping to learn about how research in industry differs from research in academia.”

Fun fact

Odin is the oldest of three siblings.

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