The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.


Education at Draper

When the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory became the independent, not-for-profit Draper Laboratory in the early 1970s, our commitment to advanced technical education remained a core part of our mission and charter.

Education at Draper

We put this education commitment into practice through a broad spectrum of programs and projects that engage the public, our local community, and academic institutions nation-wide in various ways.

Draper enhances and supports science and engineering education at nearly all levels of learning.

  • K-12 STEM and Outreach programs

  • Undergraduate student employment and internship opportunities
  • Graduate student research through the Draper Laboratory Fellow (DLF) program
  • On-campus funded research with faculty and Principal Investigators through the University R&D (URAD) program

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Our Culture

Our diverse and innovative workplace lets employees work on various projects and our educational programs.

Meet our Employees

Ryan Prince
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Senior Member Technical Staff, Embedded Systems Group
John Irvine
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Laboratory Technical Staff, Information and Decision Systems
Lindsay Kaye
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Technical Staff, Model-Based Systems
Chris Yu
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Division Leader, Embedded Navigation and Sensor Systems Division