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Friday, August 18, 2017

Fall Internships with Human Rights Watch


Human Rights Watch is advertising the following fall internships in Washington:

The US Program of Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking undergraduate interns for the fall 2017 semester in the Washington, D.C. office. Ideally, the candidates will be available to intern 10 to 15 hours a week (dates and hours are flexible). 

The interns will learn about human rights issues within the US, especially those related to criminal justice and immigration policy. Specific assignments will enable students to learn about bail and sentencing reform, criminalization of drug possession, and juveniles caught in the justice system. Interns will be oriented to HRW’s research methods and gain skills in their ability to conduct research and analyze data. They will also learn how to effectively monitor the press and draft documents regarding human rights issues in the United States. They will have exposure to HRW’s methods for compiling case histories and researching relevant state and federal policies. Additional projects will be assigned as the opportunity arises.

The intern must be an enrolled student for the duration of the internship term. Applicants should be well-organized, self-motivated, and reliable with a strong interest in US domestic human and civil rights issues, particularly related to criminal justice and immigration policy. Relevant coursework is highly desirable and knowledge of Spanish is a plus. Computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Office, internet applications) and experience completing social science research are required. Apply here.


The Middle East and North Africa (“MENA”) division of Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is currently seeking interns for the Fall 2017 semester in the Washington, D.C. office. The selected candidate will intern closely with the Middle East and North Africa associates and researchers. Ideally, the candidate will be available for at least 20-hours per week for three months, beginning as soon as possible.

The internship is unpaid. Students are often able to arrange academic credit, as HRW internships often offer direct exposure to the workings of an international human rights organization, close supervision by the HRW staff, interaction with international organizations and foreign and domestic government officials, and opportunities to attend lectures, trainings and special events relating to human rights. Students should check with their individual academic institutions for requirements.


The internship will focus on the following: 
  • Research: The intern will perform various short-term and long-term research assignments using sources in English and Arabic. Research will focus on a range of human rights and humanitarian law abuses across the Middle East and North Africa. The intern may help HRW staff conduct phone interviews with victims of and witnesses to human rights violations. The intern will also assist with the production and release of reports and press releases. 
  • Monitoring and Advocacy: The intern will assist with monitoring and summarizing MENA political and policy developments. The intern will also have the opportunity to attend internal and/or external advocacy strategy meetings. 
Other duties and projects will be assigned as they arise.

This position is open to students in law, social studies, international relations, political science, or related subjects with strong writing and research skills. Applicants must be enrolled as students for the entirety of the internship. Excellent oral and written command of English and Arabic are essential. Applicants should demonstrate precise attention to detail, the ability to follow instructions, conscientiousness about checking one’s own work, a positive attitude, a proactive approach, and good judgment. Applicants should be well-organized, self-motivated, and reliable with a strong interest in human rights and some familiarity with the current situation in MENA. Computer skills (i.e., Microsoft Office, internet applications) are required. Apply here.

The Africa Division of Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking undergraduate student interns for the fall 2017 semester in the Washington, D.C. office. The intern will focus on Human Rights Watch projects surrounding West Africa issues. Ideally, the intern will be available for a minimum of 10 hours per week for 3-4 months starting in September 2017, with the option to extend into spring 2018.

This internship is unpaid. Students may be able to arrange academic credit, as HRW internships often offer direct exposure to the workings of an international human rights organization, close supervision by the HRW staff, interaction with other US and international organizations and foreign and domestic government officials, and opportunities to attend lectures, trainings, and special events relating to human rights. Students should check with their individual academic institutions for requirements.


The internship will consist primarily of press monitoring and compiling reports on news from Mali, Guinea, Côte d’Ivoire, Gambia, and Senegal. Other responsibilities will include small research assignments, data management and analysis, drafting documents regarding issues in Africa, and attending external meetings. Other projects may be assigned as they arise and match the student's interests and abilities.

The intern must be an undergraduate student for the duration of the internship term. Applicants should be well-organized, self-motivated and reliable, with strong attention to detail. A strong interest in human rights, specifically concerning Africa is essential. Relevant coursework is highly desirable. Computer skills (i.e., Microsoft Office, internet applications) and internet based research skills are essential. Proficient reading and writing ability in French is required, at the intermediate level or above.  Apply here.


Search here for HRW opportunities worldwide. 

Fall 2017 Internship: Maryland State Commission on Criminal Sentencing Policy (MSCCSP)


All application materials are due by 4:00 PM on Wednesday, August 30, 2017.  

Fall 2017 Career Events for BSOS Students! (in CP)




The University Career Center & The President’s Promise invites BSOS students to attend Career Events this fall!


Events & Opportunities:

- Career & Internship Fairs
- Networking Events
- Careers In... Panels
- Career Shuttle Series
- Internship Series Workshop
- Intern for a Day 
...And more!

Please check the website for potential changes, updates and to review
additional events. RSVP’s are encouraged, and sometimes required, for each event. Please click on each image to enlarge.






Posted: 17 Aug 2017 08:00 AM PDT
A brand new ECON course (ECON181) was just added to the Fall 2017 schedule of classes and has been approved for I-Series and DSHS!

How can we design policies that incentivize sustainable choices? Why might usual market functioning fail to achieve sustainability? Do we need to put a price on the environment in order to protect it? How do we measure an economy's "success"? This course explores the answers to these and other related questions from an economist's perspective


Instructor: Dr. Erin Moody
Lecture: Mondays & Wednesdays from 2pm – 2:50pm
Discussion: Fridays at various times
Total Seats = 120 

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Montgomery County Collaboration Council Job Opportunity: Intake Manager



Now Hiring: Intake Manager, Bridges to the Future

The Collaboration Council is currently recruiting for a Full Time Intake Manager for Bridges to the Future.  The Intake Manager is an essential position in the expansion of the System of Care for transitional age youth in Montgomery County, Maryland. Bridges to the Future is designed to reach and engage transitional age youth (ages 16-21) with mental health needs who are disconnected or at risk of being disconnected from school or work. Click here for complete details and how to submit your cover letter with salary requirements and resume. Position open until filled.

Justice, Government & Law Networking Night

Tuesday, September 26, 2017
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Please Note: this event is held on main campus in College Park

This networking event will be perfect for students in their first year to senior year, who are interested in legal services, political positions, careers in justice, or working with federal and state agencies. While the primary purpose of the event is for students to learn more about a career field and identify the skills needed to be successful, some organizations will also be recruiting for internship and job openings! 

For more information and to RSVP, click here: 

Justice, Government & Law Networking Night

Cosponsored by: The Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Alpha Phi Sigma, and the Department of Government & Politics

Monday, August 14, 2017

Welcome Week

Welcome Week
We're gearing up for the start of Fall 2017 semester!

8/28-8/30 will be stocked with free coffee, snacks, and more from 8am-10am for the Welcome Walk

8/29 will have ice cream, popsicles, & games

8/30 will be filled with prizes, resources, and food

8/31 will be the Dog Days of Summer from 3-5pm. Come pet some therapy dogs to start your semester off on the "right paw"

Welcome Week Events

#USGLeads Leadership Symposium--Register Now!

#USGLeads Leadership Symposium
Friday, September 8, 2017, 9:00-4:00 pmMPR
Website: bit.ly/USGLeads
#USGLeads is a series of interactive workshops and activities which will expose students to different leadership strategies and enhance their skills. The event features keynote speaker Jason GreenCo-Founder, SVP & General Counsel of SkillSmart, breakout sessions, a strengths assessment, a simulation activity, and more! It will also serve as the launch of a variety of related initiatives. Breakfast and lunch will be provided, as well as gifts and raffles. This event is open to all USG students (graduate and undergraduate). Visit bit.ly/USGLeads for more information, register by September 1, 2017.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Job Opening: Capitol Police

See below for hiring announcement from one of our CCJS alumni:

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Capitol Police is hiring!


Starting salary is 60k, amazing benefits and vacation days, beautiful location (The US Capitol!), and tons of overtime. A lot of us new guys are pulling in 6 figures, so if money is a motivator this place can be a great fit. They also offer a 40k student loan repayment program. The FLETC certification you get with USCP is accepted at any federal law enforcement agency, so if this job doesn't turn out to be what you like then you can transfer to dozens of other agencies. 

Job Opening: Case Management Coordinator

This job opening is a great opportunity sent to us by one of our own CCJS alumni. Job details and application instructions are provided in the following link:

https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/b41339cdd74e4d4fbbb288e10a491c8a-case-management-coordinator-fair-girls-washington

Special Needs Health Internship with the International Rescue Committee


Location: Baltimore

PURPOSE: Many newly arrived refugees and asylees are considered medically vulnerable, whose complex medical conditions have been compounded by living conditions overseas.  Upon arrival to the United States, they are further challenged to effectively navigate the US healthcare system and access important community health resources.   The Special Health Needs program focuses on reducing healthcare disparities for medically vulnerable clients by connecting them to healthcare, education, resources, and psychosocial support. 

The Special Health Needs Intern will play the vital role of supporting the Special Needs Care Coordinator in providing intensive medical case management and psychosocial support services to medically vulnerable refugees and asylees.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Assist with provision of medical care coordination services for medically vulnerable clients (i.e. health insurance applications, medical appointments , support service appointments, home visits)material resource referrals and home visits)
  • Serve as a patient advocate by accompanying clients to medical appointments, aiding clients in navigating local healthcare services, as well as coordinating necessary follow-up care.
  • Provide individual and family-centered health education to reinforce clients’ understandings of health conditions, treatment instructions, medical service plan, and follow-up care.
  • Develop and/or adapt medical case management tools, health resources and educational materials for use by staff, volunteers, and clients.
  • Assist with research and outreach to develop partnerships with medical providers and community organizations.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
  1. To gain an understanding of the refugee resettlement process and health disparities experienced by newly arrived refugees within the US healthcare system
  2. To learn how to effectively facilitate and advocate for clients’ access to timely and culturally appropriate medical care.
  3. To learn how to create/adapt/identify culturally appropriate health educational resources and services for clients.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Experience in public health, health education, behavioral or social sciences, international development or related field
  • High level of cultural sensitivity and interest in working in a multicultural setting
  • Organized with great attention to detail and great flexibility
  • Able to work independently and effectively as a team member in a fast-paced environment
  • Reliable and responsible for attending all appointments and meetings scheduled
  • A car/driver’s license and willingness to transport clients to/from health-related appointments/events
  • Strong communication and writing skills
  • Strong computer skills: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and experience with graphic design.
  • Proficiency in a foreign language, including Arabic, Amharic, Burmese, Chin, Nepali, Swahili or Tigrinya is beneficial but not required.

Please apply by sending your resume, cover letter, and contact info for 2 references directly to the Volunteer Coordinator  taylor.jenkins@rescue.org   with the following information listed in the cover letter:
-projected start/end date (noting that we have a 3-month minimum for our internships)
-days and number of hours of availability during the work week (for example: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9am-5pm)
-whether or not you would have access to a car in which you would be willing to drive with the refugees and asylees we serve to access social services
We look forward to reviewing your application!

Bi-Lingual Program Specialist, Big Brothers Big Sisters at The Y (Full-Time Job)


Tracking Code
5172-221
Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY:
Big Brothers Big Sisters at the Y seeks an entry level professional to join our team as part of the BBBSY Southeast Initiative.  This position will focus on the recruitment, screening, matching, and support of youth and volunteers paired in mentoring relationships. The Program Specialist is responsible for providing high-level customer service in the volunteer and parent/child enrollment and matching process while executing a high degree of independent judgment in accordance with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) national standards.  The Program Specialist delivers tailored guidance, direction and risk management assistance to volunteers and families.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Ensure high-level proficiency in applying child safety and risk management knowledge, policies and procedures throughout all aspects of job function
  • Conduct volunteer enrollments including individual orientations, interviews and completion of enrollment processes
  • Conduct parent/child enrollments at the child’s home and provide child safety education and program orientation; assess and refer families for alternative or additional services as needed
  • Meet established monthly and annual goals for new matches, match quality, documentation quality, processing time and customer satisfaction
  • Maintain accurate paperwork and data entry into agency web-based system for each participant according to agency standards including completion of necessary surveys
  • Provide timely and comprehensive reports and recommendations for participation in the program based upon enrollment information and assessments of each potential match participant
  • Nurture and sustain the mentoring experience for volunteer adults and youth matched in our program
  • Effectively coach and motivate volunteers to grow relationships that result in positive youth development
  • Partner with community organizations and recruit volunteers and youth for program participation
  • Partner with other youth-serving and community organizations in Southern Maryland to re-establish the presence of BBBSY in the area.
  • Other Duties as assigned

WORKING CONDITIONS:
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends.
  • Must have own reliable mode of transportation and use to perform certain job requirements.
  • Must have current and valid driver’s license to operate motor vehicle.
  • Must maintain current and valid insurance to cover personal mode of transportation. Ability to perform office related tasks and utilize required office equipment, including telephone, cell phone, fax machine, copy machine, and computer equipment. 

Required Skills
  • Must be fluent in Spanish (written and spoken)
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills reflecting solid customer service and high-level interviewing skills
  • Demonstrated ability to: form appropriate assessment-based relationships; relate well in multicultural environments; maintain confidentiality throughout daily operations; effectively collaborate with other volunteer match staff; use time effectively; and focus on details.
  • Demonstrated ability to collect meaningful data and draw solid conclusions
  • Proficiency in computer skills including Word, Outlook, and Excel.
Required Experience
EDUCATION –
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in social services, human resources or related field.
EXPERIENCE –
  • At least one (1) year of work experience in the field of social services, human resources or a related
  • Demonstrated work experience working with both child and adult populations
  • Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite and the Google Platform
Job Location
Baltimore, Maryland

Apply here.

Spring 2018: Howard County Police Department Crime Analysis Internship




Spring 2018: Howard County Police Department Crime Analysis Internship



The Howard County Police Department's Crime Analysis Unit is looking for interns! Applications for this internship opportunity are now being accepted for the Spring 2018semester. Interested students should express their interest by completing and forwarding the following: 1) a COVER LETTER explaining their interest for being considered; and2) a completed Volunteer Internship Application. Please direct the completed paperwork in email, person, mail, or fax it to:  
  
Howard County Police Department, Police Personnel
C/O: Ms. Erin Bounds (ebounds@howardcountymd.gov)
3410 Court House Drive, Ellicott City, MD  21043
The deadline for submitting applications are due no later than Friday, October 20, 2017 by 4:00 PM.  Any questions or concerns regarding the internship can be directed to Duane 'Skip' Baylor at dbaylor@howardcountymd.gov or (410) 313-3683.

Job Openings: Residential Support Advocates

The Salvation Army of Central Maryland is hiring for Residential Support Advocates to support the members of Catherine's Cottage. If you are someone you know is looking there are two positions available: 8:30am - 4:30 pm and 4:30 pm - 12:30 am.  The job description and application instructions are in the link below. 

https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/fc01021403854134b2510f7a31960969-residential-support-advocate-the-salvation-army-of-central-maryland-baltimore

Paid CIA Undergraduate Internship/Co-op Program


Work Schedule:Full Time
Salary:$41,142 - $43,493 ($19.71 - $20.83 per hour)
Location:Washington, DC metropolitan area

Students serving as Information and Data Management (IDM) interns work side-by-side with other IDM officers and mission partners to focus on the management of data, information, and knowledge across all Agency equities. Students gain experience working in business areas covering every aspect of the information lifecycle, including: classification, cataloging, storing, maintaining records and information assets, declassification review, public release, privacy and civil liberties protection, and archiving. IDM work is the backbone of mission-critical information delivery throughout CIA.
Depending on assignment, students serve within one of the core offices within Information Management Services while also participating in a range of activities sponsored by Directorate of Digital Innovation (DDI) Student Programs. Students participate in structured team environments and ensure Agency information is managed appropriately throughout the information life cycle. Duties include providing and applying basic guidance on IDM business policies including, but not limited to: archiving; digitization and categorization; Executive Order-mandated classification, declassification, and marking; foreign disclosure; Freedom of Information Act; Privacy Act; records management; and review and release. Students have the opportunity to apply information and data management skills to catalogue, index, search, and retrieve Agency information and demonstrate analytic, diagnostic, and qualitative skills needed to identify, evaluate, and recommend information and data management solutions and strategic plans.

Interns generally are required to work either a combination of one semester and one summer internship or two summer internships. Co-op students work on an alternating semester or quarterly basis and are expected to spend a minimum of three semesters or four quarters (this can include a summer tour) on the job prior to graduation.

Offices of the CIA - Directorate of Digital Innovation
The Directorate of Digital Innovation (DDI) is at the forefront of defining the future of digital expertise within the CIA. DDI focuses on developing the workforce with cutting-edge skills, investing in IT infrastructure, and modernizing the way the Agency does business. DDI officers help accelerate the integration of innovative methods and tools to enhance the CIA's cyber and digital capabilities on a global scale and ultimately help safeguard our nation. Learn more about the Directorate of Digital Innovation

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Pursuing Bachelor's degree in Archives/Digitization Management, Business Administration, Computer/Data Science, History, Information/Data/Knowledge Management, Information Technology, International Affairs/Relations, Library/Information Science, Law, Management Information Systems, Paralegal Studies, Philosophy and/or Public Administration
  • GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Highly motivated students with excellent skills in verbal and written communications, interpersonal dynamics, research and analysis, teamwork, and critical thinking
  • Desire and ability to advance the CIA's IDM mission, a passion for learning, and the willingness to take on new and exciting challenges
  • Availability to work two 90-day tours prior to graduation
  • Completion of one full year of undergraduate studies and attending school on a full-time basis before/following this internship
The following items must be attached to your on-line application (PDF format preferred):
  • Your resume. 
  • A cover letter in which you specify your qualifications for one or more positions.
  • Unofficial transcripts for all degrees.
All applicants must successfully complete a thorough medical and psychological exam, a polygraph interview, and an extensive background investigation. US citizenship is required.
To be considered suitable for Agency employment, applicants must generally not have used illegal drugs within the last twelve months. The issue of illegal drug use prior to twelve months ago is carefully evaluated during the medical and security processing.

Important Notice: Friends, family, individuals, or organizations may be interested to learn that you are an applicant for or an employee of the CIA. Their interest, however, may not be benign or in your best interest. You cannot control whom they would tell. We therefore ask you to exercise discretion and good judgment in disclosing your interest in a position with the Agency. You will receive further guidance on this topic as you proceed through your CIA employment processing.

To Apply:
Save the position(s) that interest you in the job cart. You can add up to four (4) positions. Job cart selections will only be retained during this site visit, so be sure to click “Apply Now” before closing the browser window. After clicking "Apply Now" you will be taken to the application account creation page. The positions will appear in the cart once you have created an account. DO NOT submit multiple applications; this will only slow the review of your application and delay processing. Please read the Application Instructions carefully before you begin the online application process.

Spanish-Speaking Intern Needed at Immigration Law Firm


The Law Office of Thomas Woodward is a Washington, DC law firm that exclusively practices immigration law. Although we provide legal assistance to immigrants from all walks of life, the firm was founded with a particular emphasis on promoting international human rights and providing aid to those who have had their rights violated. Many of our clients are seeking asylum from persecution abroad, have been trafficked to the United States, faced parental neglect or abandonment, had crimes committed against them, or were the victims of some other form of injustice. We believe that they all have the right to seek protection in a country that will respect their inalienable human rights.
About the Internship:
Currently we are seeking a part-time bilingual intern to work primarily with Spanish-speaking clients. The primary responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to:
  • Translating from English to Spanish and vice versa
  • Assisting clients with the completion of initial intake forms
  • Helping the legal staff to conduct interviews with the clients to gather information and prepare them for USCIS interviews and Immigration Court hearings
  • Attending conferences and events with the staff
  • Contacting clients to follow up on documents, payments, appointments, and other necessities as instructed by the staff
Please note that many of our clients are victims of human rights abuses, including gender-based violence, torture, arbitrary arrests, and extrajudicial killings of family members and associates. Working with them will require a large degree of sensitivity, understanding, and professional compassion.
Requirements:
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills in English and Spanish
  • Knowledge, interest, and experience with immigration issues
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously under pressure
  • Attention to detail - proofreading and ability to incorporate edits
  • Logistical and time management skills
To apply, please send a copy of your resume and a brief unedited writing sample in English.
Required language:
  • Spanish
Apply here.

Apply Now for Paid 2018 Intelligence Analysis Summer Internship


About the IA Summer Internship

Are you looking for an opportunity that will provide innovative professional work experiences that are significant and meaningful to your career and academic goals, enable you to explore the fascinating and unique world of intelligence, and give you the opportunity to serve your country? Look no further than the National Security Agency (NSA).  NSA's Intelligence Analysis (IA) Summer Internship offers the opportunity for training in a multi-faceted cryptologic discipline. The IA Summer Internship offers full-time paid internships for undergraduate and master's degree students each year. It is an intensive 12-week program that gives rising college seniors or graduate level students the opportunity to build knowledge and skills in the intelligence analysis field.

You Are Part Of The Team! One Mission One Team!

You will receive training and be part of the team from day one. You will be assigned a supervisor and mentor to help you quickly learn and acclimate. During your first two weeks on the team, you will participate in the IA Internship orientation to become familiar with various policies, practices, procedures and key players at NSA and the IC. 

Your Contribution to the Community/Mission

As an NSA summer intern, you will participate in training and an apprenticeship to senior NSA analysts on vital strategic intelligence targets pertaining to special and ongoing projects. The projects and the accompanying analysis supports NSA's effort to provide a complete SIGINT picture to U.S. policy makers, military commanders, and other Intelligence Community (IC) members and partners. 

Specific skills obtained include:
-              Gaining sound knowledge of the fundamental concepts of modern digital communications, particularly in the context of mobile communication systems.
-              Implementing network structure analysis or Analyzing network structures.
-              Using advanced analytic tools and techniques.
-              Executing advanced query techniques.
-              Gaining a working knowledge of the structure and processes of the IC by being immersed in signals intelligence/intelligence topics, projects, conferences, and meetings. 
-              Conducting independent and original research, and documenting and communicating findings to help satisfy customer requirements.
-              Applying logic, analysis, creativity, judgment and systematic approaches to gather, evaluate and use information/intelligence.

Qualifications

Qualification Criteria
-              Must be a U.S. citizen.
-              Must be eligible to be granted a security clearance.
-              Must be a full-time undergraduate student entering the final year of a degree program or a graduate level student.
-              Minimum GPA of 3.5 preferred; Strong candidates with a slightly lower GPA will be considered on a case by case basis as space allows.
-              Must be available for the entire 12-week program.
-              Must be available for an operational interview and other applicable processing between May 2017 and  March 2018.
-              Major studies areas of consideration:
-              International Affairs/Politics/Relations
-              Intelligence/Security Studies
-              Regional Studies
-              Decision/Information/Data Science
-              Note: Majors/Minors/Certificate programs or multiple courses in computer science, networking, cyber security, physics, technology, telecommunications and geography areas are highly sought
-              Must be physically in the United States as of January 2018 in order to process.  Students studying abroad during the spring 2018 semester cannot be processed. 

Clearance/Security Requirements

Applicants will be processed for a security clearance, and will be required to pass a psychological exam, lifestyle and counter intelligence polygraph, drug screening test, and complete a comprehensive history form that documents your foreign travel, educational background and employment history, among other areas.
Pay, Benefits, & Work Schedule
Application Deadline
Applications for the 2018 program are accepted 15 May - 15 October 2017.

Salary

The NSA internship is a PAID internship.  Students will earn a competitive salary commensurate with their education level.

Benefits and Housing

Interns will receive the following benefits:
-              Annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays.
-              Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs.
-              Subsidized housing accommodations are available upon request if school is located in excess of 75 miles from NSA main HQs campus.
-              Interns are  hired on a temporary appointment, and are not eligible for health insurance, life insurance, or Thrift Savings Plan benefits.

How To Apply - External

Applications must be submitted online at www.intelligencecareers.gov on or before 15 October 2017.Applications received after the deadline and incomplete packets will not be considered.
To submit a resume online during an open season:
-              Press on the 'Job Search/Apply' Tab at the top of the page.
-              Select 'National Security Agency.'
-              To apply, click the arrow next to the words, 'Ready to Apply?'
-              In the search box, type keywords 'Intelligence Analysis Summer Program.'
-              Click on 'Search' and select 'Intelligence Analysis Summer Program.'
-              Click 'Apply' and follow the directions as prompted.

To be considered for the Intelligence Analysis Summer Program, submit a complete application package that includes (all documents in one email) to summer_IA@nsa.gov:
-              Current Resume
-              Official transcript (unofficial is acceptable if legible)
-              List of current fall semester courses and proposed spring course schedule

As part of your application process and in an effort to better understand your ability to meet specific Mission needs, you will be asked to complete a set of online tests. The tests require a broadband internet connection (dial-up may affect performance) and can be completed at home or any other private, suitable location, 24 hours a day/7 days a week, and in less than 90 minutes. You will receive an email with testing login information after submitting your application, so please use a current email address when you apply.

*IMPORTANT*
-              When applying online, you may only submit your resume to www.intelligencecareers.com.
-              A copy of your Resume, Transcript, and current and proposed course work must be emailed to Summer_IA@nsa.gov  by the application deadline.

Questions

If you have questions about the IA Program, please email summer_interns@nsa.gov or you may also call 1-866-NSA-HIRE or (410) 854-4726. Apply here.