Applications for MCSP projects / internships are done through Champlain College in partnership with ComCode. Each fall, ComCode representatives visit Burlington to present the current status of the MCSP and conduct interviews with interested students. If you are currently pursuing degrees in cyber security or digital forensics, please contact the Career Collaborative office at Champlain College for more information about the application process. Applications are done on a rolling basis, so even after ComCode’s fall visit it’s possible to schedule a virtual interview.

Within the realm of cyber security and digital forensics, some of the topics MCSP interns have worked on include Cloud Forensics, Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), Cyber Defense Simulation, Medical Device Security, 3D Printing, Industrial Control System Security, and more. Technologies and tools that were used to delve into these topics included Kali Linux, Metasploit, Ansible, Azure, Python, and Osquery. If these topics and technologies spark your interest and/or are part of your skillset already, the chances are high that you would qualify as a potential intern during your studies at Champlain College.

Below you will find some basic information about the structure of the Munich Cyber Security Program. The program is designed to be efficient and straight forward for students and employers when it comes to preparation and matchmaking. For more detailed information, please feel free to reach out to ComCode directly.

Student Feedback about MCSP

“This internship has allowed me the chance to work directly with industry professionals who are highly skilled in the industry. It has been a true inspiration to learn from individuals with which I share my passion … From making new connections to gaining personal confidence, this experience has left me with invaluable skills that I will carry with me into my career.”

“Overall, I would love to repeat the internship. The ability to work halfway across the world while being paid a liveable salary and attend additional events was incredible. Any student would greatly benefit from this experience. This is an excellent and well thought out way to get students exploring where their field can take them outside of the United States and see what sort of work is being done elsewhere.”