2018 Summer Intern Spotlight: Megan Gillahan

Megan Gillahan

 Megan’s Experience in the Program

Home Institution: University of Georgia

Major: International Affairs and French

“This internship went above and beyond my expectations. I believe it is one of the most valuable things you can have on your resume because the work that you do always involves a learning curve. The opportunities to expand knowledge while here are unparalleled. New tools, technology, geospatial analysis, and data visualization are just a few of the skills you can develop during your time here.

An internship at CNS provides a way for undergraduate students to assess which subject they are most passionate about within nonproliferation and arms control. Dedicated time to independent research further encourages the academic development of each student.”