Hamas Now Recruiting Aerospace Engineering Interns
NORTH CAMPUS – Hamas, recently named one of Palestine’s “top 100 organizations to blow yourself up for,” visited last week’s North Campus career fair citing a newfound need for “talented, ambitious, living aerospace engineers.”
Hamas’s booth was quite popular at the career fair, with undergraduate engineers waiting over an hour to interview for the highly-competitive openings.
Said job-seeker Jacob Moeller, “I think some work abroad would really look great on my resume, plus it’d be a great opportunity to get some real-world work experience. Also, death to the Zionist regime!” he added.
Other students agreed that working for an organization as well-known as Hamas would give them a leg up on competition for jobs post-graduation. “I’ve wanted to launch rockets ever since I was a kid,” said Engineering senior Jennifer Blackman. “I couldn’t get an internship with NASA or the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, so Hamas was my third choice.”
When asked whether her work would conflict with her beliefs, Blackman responded, “You have no idea how difficult it is to land a job these days,” adding, “Wouldn’t you shoot a few rockets at Israel in exchange for full-time employment next year?”
Khaled Harum, Hamas’s head of human and corpse relations, was pleasantly surprised by the strong turnout at the career fair. “It warms my heart to see that so many of today’s American youth yearn to join in the great jihad against Israel’s reign of terror and bloodshed,” he said. “I just hope they’re aware this internship is unpaid.”
Originally Published: December 2012