Meet the Intelligence Community Online

The United States Intelligence Community (IC), an integrated network of agencies that work together to protect our nation’s security, is seeking a culturally diverse, technologically savvy and skilled workforce for exciting careers in a number of fields. Join us at the IC Virtual Career Fair to explore career opportunities, chat with recruiters and subject matter experts, and learn how to apply for job openings.

Please be aware that the agencies participating in the Virtual Career Fair will be hiring fewer new employees this year than in past years due to budget cuts. Competition will be keen and individuals with proficiency in mission critical languages such as Arabic, Farsi, Mandarin, Russian, etc, and with education/experience in science, engineering, cybersecurity and information technology and other critical skills will have the best chance for employment.

From the comfort of your computer or mobile device, you can:

Wednesday, February 26, 2 p.m. – 8 p.m. ET

Registration now open. Go to ICVirtualFair.com

Space is limited! To guarantee your entrance into this event, pre-registration is highly encouraged.

From the comfort of your computer or mobile device, you can:

  • • Visit IC agencies’ virtual booths to explore currently available jobs
  • • Chat with recruiters and subject matter experts in real-time (subject to staff availability)
  • • Attend live presentations
  • • Network with other job seekers
  • • Learn about cooperative education programs for current students
  • • Link to IC agency Web sites and online application systems
  • • Gain a realistic understanding of IC security clearance requirements

Career opportunities are available in a variety of fields, including:

  • • Clandestine Services
  • • Computer Science/Computer Engineering
  • • Cooperative Education Programs
  • • Cybersecurity/Information Assurance
  • • Data Science
  • • Engineering – Aerospace, Aeronautical, Chemical, Electronics, Mechanical, Nuclear and Systems
  • • Graphic Design and Multimedia Specialist
  • • Foreign Language – Language Analysts, Officers/Instructors, Contract Linguists*
  • • Information Technology – Software/Application Developer, Network Engineer, Mobile Application Developer
  • • Intelligence Analysis – Analytic Methodology, Maritime, and Technical Analysis (Geodetic Surveyor, Aeronautical, Bathymetry, Photogrammetry, Geodetic/Earth Science, Geodetic Orbit Scientist, and Targeting)
  • • Mission Support – Data Analytics, Human Resources, Logistics, Police Officer
  • • Science and Mathematics – Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Materials Science

* Priority languages include: All African languages, all Arabic dialects, Chinese/Mandarin, Dari, French (limited openings available), German, Italian (limited openings available), Korean, Pashto, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Somali, Spanish (limited openings available), Tongan, Turkish. Note: Not all IC agencies participating in the IC Virtual Career Fair have openings in all languages. Full professional proficiency is required.

The following IC agencies and components will be participating in the fair:

  • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation Language Services
  • Section (FBI LSS)
  • National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
  • National Security Agency (NSA)
  • National Virtual Translation Center (NVTC)

U.S. citizenship is required. The United States Intelligence Community is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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The Office of Naval Intelligence is now accepting applications for the 2014 Summer Internship Program

ONI produces meaningful maritime intelligence and moves that intelligence rapidly to key strategic, operational, and tactical decision-makers.  Our integrated workforce of civilians, active duty and reserve naval professionals supports combat operations and provide vital information for planning America’s defense against maritime threats at home and around the world. We produce maritime intelligence on seaborne terrorism, weapons and technology proliferation, narcotics and smuggling activities that directly supports joint war fighters, the U.S. Navy, civil and national decision makers and agencies. ONI is a core element of Global Maritime Intelligence Integration whose goal is complete Maritime Domain Awareness.

We are looking for interns to work in the following areas:

• Naval Intelligence
• Engineering
• Public Administration/Business Operations
• Information Technology
• Law

Join our team, and put your education and skills to work at the country’s leading federal agency in maritime intelligence!

All college students interested in applying should visit USAJobs.gov for more information on eligibility, requirements, and application procedures.

Once at the website, perform a search for “Department of the Navy”. For Agency, enter “Naval Intelligence Command” and for job title, enter “Student Trainee”.

The announcements for all student intern positions will open on Friday, 31 January and will close on Monday, 3 February. All applications must be submitted by 11:59 pm Eastern Standard Time (EST).

For general questions, please contact our recruitment hotline at 1-800-842-0821 ext 5847.

We look forward to reviewing your applications!

Kindest Regards,

Student Internship Program Manager (SIPM)

Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 2014 HONORS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

The 2014 Honors Internship Program will begin on June 1, 2014 and end on August 9, 2014.
The application will be open from January 29 through February 4, 2014.
Please see www.FBIjobs.gov for more information.

FBI Honors Internship Overview

In 2014, outstanding undergraduate and graduate students will be selected to participate in the FBI Honors Internship Program. This paid internship offers students an exciting ‘insider’s view’ of FBI operations and provides professional experience that is unique, valuable, and marketable.

Internship Qualifications

A candidate selected to participate in the Honors Internship Program:

  • Must be A U.S. citizen
  • Must be attending a college or university that is accredited by one of the regional or national institutional associations recognized by the United States Secretary of Education
  • Must be classified as an undergraduate (second semester Freshman or higher), graduate, or post-graduate student enrolled full-time at the time of application
  • Must have at the time of application and maintain throughout the program a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale and be in good standing with their academic institution
  • Must be able to meet all FBI employment requirements as well as be able to pass an FBI Background Investigation and receive a

Top Secret Security Clearance

  • The Honors Internship Experience Honors Internship Program participants work side by side with Special Agents and Professional Staff. During the experience, interns will:
  • Work for 10 weeks in field offices nationwide and in FBI Headquarters divisions located in Quantico, Virginia; Winchester, Virginia; Clarksburg, West Virginia; and in the Washington, DC metropolitan area
  • Obtain a Top Secret Security Clearance
  • Gain insight into the full range of FBI careers, with the opportunity to explore FBI careers after graduation
  • Participate in a variety of organizational challenges and investigative matters that are vital to the FBI’s mission
  • Have an opportunity to work throughout the year at field offices or in FBI Headquarters divisions

Visit www.FBIjobs.gov for more information and future updates.
The FBI is an equal opportunity employer and supports workforce diversity and inclusion.

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The National Security Education Program Scholarships

The National Security Education Program (NSEP) provides scholarships for US citizens to study abroad  in exchange for a service obligation to a Federal agency with a national security mission (State, Homeland Security, Defense Department or the IC).   The scholarships are available for study in any country except Western Europe, Canada, Australia or New Zealand.

The Boren Scholars Program provides funding for academic year (and some summer programs) for undergraduate students.   The application process is coordinated through campus representatives (usually the Study Abroad Advisor) on campuses nationwide.   The campus deadlines are as early as mid January with the final deadline to the Boren administrator (the Institute of International Education or IIE) of 5 February.
The Boren Fellows Program provides funding for graduate students who are combining language study with their major.  The deadline for the Fellows program is 28 January.
Additional information can be found at www.borenawards.org with a list of campus representatives at www.borenawards.org/participating_institutions.
This is a great opportunity for students to study Mandarin, Korean, Arabic, Russian, Turkish and other mission critical languages.
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The Gates Millennium Scholars Program

The Gates Millennium Scholars Program application is now available. For more information and to apply, click here.
The deadline is January 15, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. EST.

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The APIASF Scholarship application

The APIASF Scholarship application is now available. For more information and to apply, click here.
The deadline is January 10, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. EST.

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US Army MAVNI Pilot Program Enlists Burmese Speakers

MAVNI - The Defense Department has authorized the U.S. Army to implement, under the Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI) program, a test that permits the enlistment of certain legal aliens into the U.S. Army. To be eligible for consideration, you must be legally present in the United States, and able to provide a passport, I-94 card, I-797 form, your employment authorization document or other government issued documents proving your legal presence in the United States.

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Office of Naval Intelligence, Summer Internship Program

ONI Summer Internship Program

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U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) Critical Languages Research Analyst ProgramPaid Internships for Summer 2012

Critical Languages Research Analyst ProgramPaid Internships for Summer 2012

The U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) has several unclassified open source analysis units in the Washington, DC area to conduct research related to national security issues.  We are looking for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students who can conduct native language research on the internet, apply social science research methods to identify social and political trends, and critically analyze and present information.
Students majoring in the following areas are encouraged to apply:  Middle Eastern Studies, Persian Studies, South Asian Studies, Asian Studies, African Studies, Comparative Politics, International Relations, Intelligence Studies, National Security Studies, Economics, Political Economy, Cultural Anthropology, Comparative Sociology, Demography, Defense Studies, Social Psychology, Public Policy, History, Political Islam, Nuclear Engineering/Physics, Computer Science/Engineering, Political Geography, Library Science, Geographic Information Systems, and other science and technology fields.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Fluency in written Arabic, Chinese Mandarin, Dari, Georgian, Hausa, Hindi, Kurdish, Pashto, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Turkish, Turkmen, Urdu, or Uzbek required. Advanced listening comprehension is also required.
• Excellent research and oral and written communication skills.
• Excellent analytic/critical thinking skills.• Advanced internet proficiency.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a close team environment.
• Ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment.
• Strong academic background (3.0 GPA or higher).
• Completion of at least the sophomore year of college by the beginning of summer 2012
• U.S. citizenship required*
*The work performed will involve unclassified research and will not require full security clearance processing.  However, each selected individual will undergo some security processing.  Final selection for the program is contingent upon the successful completion of the security vetting process.  The security vetting process will not equate to eligibility for access to classified information and only allows participation in the Critical Languages Summer Research Analyst Program.

COMPENSATION:
This will be a paid position for a 40 hour work week for a maximum of 10 weeks.  The hourly rate will be commensurate with education and experience.  There are no benefits other than free parking.  Work location is not easily accessible by public transportation.

APPLICATION PROCESS:
Applications must include:
• Letter describing your qualifications and interest in the position.
• Writing sample in English (maximum of 5 pages).
• Contact information to include name, telephone number, and email address for two academic references, one of whom must be able to verify your language skills.
• Unofficial copy of your college transcript(s) – a download from the institution’s website is acceptable for initial consideration.  Official transcripts will be required at a later date.
Note:  Successful candidates will be required to pass a written translation test in his or her critical language.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION:
Please contact BACO for application submission.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  March 21, 2012.

**The U.S. Intelligence Community is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a drug-free workplace.

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Naval Intelligence Internship

The Office of Naval Intelligence is currently accepting applications for the 2012 Summer Internship Program!

ONI produces meaningful maritime intelligence and moves that intelligence rapidly to key strategic, operational, and tactical decision-makers.  Our integrated workforce of civilians, active duty and Reserve naval professionals supports combat operations and provide vital information for planning America’s Defense against maritime threats at home and around the world. We produce maritime intelligence on seaborne terrorism, weapons and technology proliferation, narcotics and smuggling activities that directly supports joint warfighters, the U.S. Navy, civil and national decision makers and agencies. ONI is a core element of Global Maritime Intelligence Integration whose goal is complete Maritime Domain Awareness.

We are looking for interns to work in the following areas:

- Naval Intelligence

- Science and Technology

- Public Administration/Business Operations

- Information Technology

- Law

Join our team, and put your education and skills to work at the country’s leading federal agency in maritime intelligence!

All college students interested in applying should visit www.oni.navy.mil for more information on eligibility, requirements, and application procedures.

Once at the website, click the “Join Us” Tab.  Select the “Intern Programs” option, and you will be directed to the internship page, which contains program information.

All completed applications must be submitted to ONIInternships@nmic.navy.mil by 5:00PM EST on Thursday, November 3 2012.

For general questions, please contact our recruitment hotline at 1-800-842-0821 ext 5847 or contact our recruiters via email at recruit@nmic.navy.mil.

Student Internship Program Manager (SIPM) Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)

 

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