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Software Engineering Intern

Lynk Global

Lynk Global

Software Engineering
United States
Posted on Friday, May 24, 2024

About Lynk:

Lynk is the only patented, proven, and commercially-operational satellite-direct-to-standard-phone (sat2phone) system in the world. We will enable all 8 billion people on the planet to stay connected with the existing standard phone in their pocket. Everywhere. No matter what.

By joining Lynk, you will have the opportunity to directly touch the lives of billions. Your mission will be to bring mobile broadband to billions, pull hundreds of millions out of poverty, and save countless lives.

Join Us to Help Connect the World!

We are hiring Software Engineer Interns (BS, Masters, PhD) across the following disciplines: computer science, computer engineering and other STEM related fields.

If you have a particular focus in telecommunications, software defined radio, robotics, and/or space systems, we’d love to hear from you!


At Lynk, there are a variety of opportunities available. Software Engineering Intern positions are available to students who are enrolled in a bachelor’s or graduate-level degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science or another relevant STEM-field. You will be responsible for working both autonomously and collaboratively working on actual space and telecommunications/software/hardware development projects. Since Lynk is responsible for the design, build, test, and operation of satellites through the full life cycle, intern engineers will be exposed to every phase of what is involved in getting satellites on orbit and flying them. We seek multidisciplinary technical talent to support the design and testing of more than just one of our spacecraft systems including Mechanical, Electrical, Communications, Flight Control, Command & Data Handling, and Flight Software, etc.


The qualifications for Lynk Interns are:

  • Enrolled in at least a bachelor’s degree (or Masters or PhD) in a STEM-related program.

  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively in a team environment, accomplishing tasks with limited resources at a rapid pace.

  • Growing skill level using Windows and Linux OS, and proficiency with some other technical software package or programming.

  • Project experience with lab research, engineering project teams, or prior relevant internship or work.