Internship Program Overview
The RTI Internship Program, administered by the University Collaboration Office, offers research and business learning opportunities in various disciplines and fields. Interns join RTI’s robust and collaborative working environment, contributing to organizational and client projects.
About RTI International
A Culture of Mentorship: Our Internship Program
RTI Internship Program Brochure
14th Annual Internship Showcase Program Booklet
Academic and Paid Internships
The RTI Internship Program is designed to support university collaboration by engaging students, recent graduates, faculty, and administrators. RTI offers both paid and academic internships. A paid or academic designation is included in all internship descriptions. Academic intern prospects must be eligible to receive academic course credit and/or fulfill an academic program requirement.
Internship Program: By the Numbers
Universities and Research Institutions
Internship Eligibility and Openings
Internships are available on a year-round basis – academic year and summer. RTI’s interns include high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, as well as recent degree recipients, who complete internships within a year after graduation. International students are eligible to apply for internships; however, some opportunities, based on client and project requirements, are only available to U.S. citizens. All internships support RTI’s business and research needs. Required qualifications are listed within each internship posting. Visit the RTI Internship Opportunities webpage to apply directly through the online portal. The RTI Internship Program no longer accepts applications via email.