Brown Scholar: Brady Allen

Summer 2018 Internship:

Brady Allen, a sophomore Brown Scholar, spent the summer season between his freshman and sophomore year on internship with the Commemorative Air Force B-29/B-24 Squadron. As a flight crew member on the B-29 Superfortress FiFi, Brady toured the Eastern United States and Canada, sharing a number of heritage aircraft with thousands of visitors daily. Over the course of his internship, Brady learned how to perform maintenance on seven different aircraft, performing routine inspections and ensuring they were safe for flight. He also assisted with ride flights on the B-29, assisting passengers in their movement throughout the aircraft to give them the greatest experience possible.

Feed My Starving Children Volunteering:

Brady Allen, a sophomore Brown Scholar, enjoys volunteering at the Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) permanent location in Richardson, Texas. FMSC is a Christian non-profit that provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children. Volunteers pack these nutrient-rich meals at several permanent and temporary locations across the country. At the packing sessions Brady attends, he especially enjoys working in the warehouse, packing the meals into boxes and performing quality control to ensure the paletts meet the necessary specifications to be successfully sent to FMSC partner countries around the world.

Brady Allen

Summer 2019 Internship:

Brady Allen, a sophomore Brown scholar, has accepted a systems engineering internship with The Raytheon Company for the summer of 2019. He will be working with the Intelligence, Information, and Services division in Aurora, Colorado on several different projects. Brady will work with teams dedicated to the development of Raytheon’s Next-Generation Operational Control System (GPS OCX), Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS), and the James Webb Space Telescope(JWST). We look forward to hearing about Brady’s experience with Raytheon next fall.

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