During my internship I got to do a lot of cool things. The best for me was the jumpseating... I had unlimited domestic jumpseat benefits on Delta, and I got to take 3 internation trips (San Jose, Costa Rica, Istanbul, and Rome). I also did a lot of stuff at the office. Some of it was just office work, which is what you find at most internships (typing, xeroxing, etc.), but some of it was really interesting. For example, I helped in revising the IOE guides for the 727 and 737-800, I designed informational handouts on turbulence for 7ER crews, and I designed an information sheet for pilots flying to South America. Above all, I met people... I had several meetings during the semester with Captain Dave Bushy, Senior Vice President of Flight Operations, and I met and spent time with several of the employees in the pilot hiring department, including the pilot interviewers. Overall, I consider it a pretty invaluable experience, and I would highly reccommend it. It's pretty selective, though - there were 16 interns when I was there, and their budget now allows only 7. Students in the FlightOps intern program also have to come from one of the participating schools, which include Purdue, ERAU, UND, Western Michigan, and a few others.