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Congress that the telephone calls of Strom Thurmond , a Republican U. Congressional investigators determined that "targeting of U. In , James Woolsey , the former Director of the U. Central Intelligence Agency , confirmed that U. The program's capabilities and political implications were investigated by a committee of the European Parliament during and with a report published in It was chaired by the Portuguese politician Carlos Coelho , who was in charge of supervising investigations throughout and All meetings were cancelled by the U.

The European Parliament stated in its report that the term ECHELON is used in a number of contexts, but that the evidence presented indicates that it was the name for a signals intelligence collection system. The report concludes that, on the basis of information presented, ECHELON was capable of interception and content inspection of telephone calls, fax, e-mail and other data traffic globally through the interception of communication bearers including satellite transmission, public switched telephone networks which once carried most Internet traffic , and microwave links.

In , the EP report p. The following stations are listed in the EP report p. The ability to intercept communications depends on the medium used, be it radio, satellite, microwave , cellular or fiber-optic. In , plans for the establishment of the ECHELON network took off after dozens of countries agreed to establish the International Telecommunications Satellite Organisation Intelsat , which would own and operate a global constellation of communications satellites.

In , the first Intelsat satellite was launched into orbit. The station intercepted satellite communications over the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. Soon afterwards, the U. The role of satellites in point-to-point voice and data communications has largely been supplanted by fiber optics.

American author James Bamford provides an alternative view, highlighting that legislation prohibits the use of intercepted communications for commercial purposes, although he does not elaborate on how intercepted communications are used as part of an all-source intelligence process. In its report, the committee of the European Parliament stated categorically that the Echelon network was being used to intercept not only military communications, but also private and business ones.

In its epigraph to the report, the parliamentary committee quoted Juvenal , " Sed quis custodiet ipsos custodes. Alleged examples of espionage conducted by the members of the " Five Eyes " include:. Satellite traffic was intercepted by a meter single dish antenna. The station became fully operational on 4 October In the Australian Senate Joint Standing Committee on Treaties was told by Professor Desmond Ball that the Pine Gap facility was used as a ground station for a satellite-based interception network.

The satellites were said to be large radio dishes between 20 and meters in diameter in geostationary orbits. The original purpose of the network was to monitor the telemetry from s Soviet weapons , air defence- and other radar's capabilities, satellite's ground station's transmissions and ground-based microwave communications.

In , Enercon, a German company and leading manufacturer of wind energy equipment, developed a breakthrough generator for wind turbines. After applying for a US patent, it had learned that Kenetech, an American rival, had submitted an almost identical patent application shortly before.

By the statement of a former NSA employee, it was later discovered that the NSA had secretly intercepted and monitored Enercon's data communications and conference calls and passed information regarding the new generator to Kenetech.

According to Wolfgang Hoffmann, a former manager at Bayer , German intelligence services are aware which companies are being targeted by US intelligence agencies, but refuse to inform the companies involved. It tells the story of Max Peterson Shane West , an American computer specialist who attempts to uncover a secret plot to turn the world into a global police state.

The video game series Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell also draws inspiration from this. The series features the protagonist, Sam Fisher , a trained operative belonging to a fictional branch of the National Security Agency called Third Echelon later, in Splinter Cell: Blacklist , the unit is replaced by the Fourth Echelon.

The sci-fi crime thriller, Person of Interest , a television show which aired from to on the CBS network, had a data-collecting supercomputer as its central narrative. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other uses, see Echelon. Intelligence portal Mass surveillance portal. This name is subsequently used by media sources reporting on the story, as written in new references used for the article. Archived from the original on 2 May Retrieved 19 October Archived from the original on Retrieved 1 February What you need to know about Echelon". Retrieved 5 January Retrieved 17 May I am still bound by professional secrecy, and I would hate to go to prison or get involved in any trouble, if you know what I mean.

In general, I can tell you that I was responsible for compiling the various systems and programs, configuring the whole thing and making it operational on mainframes"; "Margaret Newsham worked for the NSA through her employment at Ford and Lockheed from to In and Newsham was stationed at the largest listening post in the world at Menwith Hill, England Retrieved 28 January Retrieved April 21, Retrieved 27 November As a corporate member of the consortium, NSA sponsors students pursuing doctorate degrees in mathematics, engineering, computer science, and physics.

In addition to providing financial support through membership dues, NSA also provides technical mentoring and at least two summers of employment to each sponsored student. How to Apply Applications are accepted from Sept. Visit the National Physical Science Consortium website or contact: 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?

The IA Summer Internship offers full-time paid internships for undergraduate and master's degree students each year. It is an intensive week program that gives rising college seniors or graduate level students the opportunity to build knowledge and skills in the intelligence analysis field.

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.

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. Application Deadline Applications for the program are accepted 15 May — 15 October Students will earn a competitive salary commensurate with their education level. How to Apply Applications must be submitted on or before 15 Oct, To be considered for the Intelligence Analysis Summer Program, you must submit a complete application package that includes:.

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. You will receive an email with testing login information after submitting your application, so please use a current email address when you apply.

Academic Semester interns are appointed for one semester, from August to December. Students are employed as part-time temporary employees working a maximum of 29 hours per week. Eligibility requirements are the same, regardless of pay status. All interns must be granted a security clearance and must successfully pass a drug screening test prior to being made a final offer.

Academic Semester interns are only compensated for time worked. Application Procedures Attach an unofficial copy of your transcript to the online application. Finalists will be provided with instructions on submitting an official transcript. Please ensure to identify the following information:. For additional information contact the Human Resources Operations Center at For additional information about DIA, please visit our website at http: DIA is an equal opportunity employer.

All candidates will be considered without regard to non-merit factors, such as race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, handicap, or sexual orientation. Veterans who are preference eligible or who have been separated from the armed forces under honorable conditions after three years or more of continuous service may apply.

Boren National Security Act of This program seeks to bring a broader and more qualified pool of U. NSEP is a scholarship program that promotes language skills, cultural awareness and understanding of national security issues. In collaboration with the National Security Education Program Office, DIA has established a one-year, full-time internship program designed to provide a select number of recent college graduates the opportunity to apply their knowledge and gain practical work experience.

Finalists will be provided with instructions for submitting an official transcript. For additional information about DIA, please visit our world wide website at http: DIA's Cooperative Education Co-op Program provides a select number of talented undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to gain valuable work experience in combination with their academic studies.

Co-op applicants are selected from academic institutions with recognized Co-op programs. Co-op student employees must be eligible to work a four-month period during the academic year and will be put in a full-time, temporary employee status.

With increasingly challenging assignments, Co-op student employees will enhance their academic training with professional skills learned at DIA. DIA's Summer Internship Program provides promising undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to gain practical work experience in the areas of analysis, research, report writing, oral briefings, policy development, program management and computer applications related to the intelligence field.

Interns are appointed for a to week period of work between June and August. During this time, they serve in a full-time, temporary employee status. All interns must be granted a security clearance and successfully pass a drug screening test prior to being made a final offer. Minorities, women and the disabled needing financial assistance to complete their undergraduate education are strongly encouraged to apply.

Students will attend classes full-time during the academic year, and work at DIA during the summer in positions related to their course of study. While in school, students must maintain an overall cumulative grade point average GPA of 2.

For a four-year undergraduate degree, a person is in school 9 months per academic year. Therefore, the work obligation is 9 x 4 x 1. If a UTAP student decides to not work for DIA, the student is liable for repaying the amount spent on his or her education tuition, fees, books and supplies. The amount due will be prorated to account for any time worked after graduation.

Benefits Students accepted for this program receive:. Application Procedures Application process for high school seniors:. Click on the link to view job postings, and then place a check next to "Undergraduate Training Assistance Program.

Please submit only the information requested. Upon request, additional documents can be mailed to: Defense Intelligence Agency Attn: Students and recent graduates work in a full-time, paid summer internship. Participants must have proof of a disability in order to participate. Participants receive full salary and workplace accommodations. For more information, contact the disability coordinator or career counselor at your school, or visit The Workforce Recruitment Program — Students.

Students, including current DoD employees seeking advanced degrees, work in a full-time, paid summer internship. Participants must be pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematical STEM fields of study. Benefits include full tuition and fees, stipend and guaranteed employment upon graduation.

This scholarship for service program was established by the Department of Defense DoD to support undergraduate and graduate students who are pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics STEM disciplines. Participants are afforded an opportunity to receive a full scholarship, stipend for living expenses, and employment in the Federal Government upon degree completion.

Additional information about this program as well as the application timeline and instructions can be found on the SMART website.

When applying, students are asked to rank their top choices for placement in order of preference. Student employment assignments are open to associate, undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate students and are based on entry-level professional job descriptions, which will involve a great deal of independent and team oriented work under the guidance of a senior-level supervisor and mentors.

Students who perform successfully and meet program requirements are invited to continue in the program for the duration of their degree programs, and may be granted the opportunity for conversion to permanent employment upon graduation. Returning users will be prompted to enter a username and password; new users will click "Register Now. Applicants who indicate only education completed or education in progress with an anticipated graduation date before September will not be considered for this program, unless they also indicate the subsequent degree program in which they plan to enroll.

Would you like to join a team that promotes meaningful government transparency while helping NSA achieve the right balance between privacy and national security? The intensive week program runs from mid-May through mid- August for select undergraduates entering the final year of an undergraduate degree program.

This program permits summer interns to actively participate in or support on-going CLPO activities under the guidance of NSA professionals responsible for the following activities:. Application Deadline Applications are accepted 1 September — 15 October each year. Salary This NSA internship is a paid internship. IC CAE schools are listed at the following link: How to Apply Applications must be submitted online at www.

Only originals via post, photocopies of originals via post, scanned copies of originals via email PDR format only will be accepted. Please do not sent html transcripts accessible via a website or text versions thereof. When applying online, you may only submit your resume. It is a week program that gives rising college seniors or graduate level students the opportunity to build knowledge and skills in the business field.

One Mission One Team! You will be assigned a supervisor and sponsor to help you quickly learn and acclimate. During your first few days on the team, you will participate in an overview to become familiar with various business functions at the NSA and within the Intelligence Community IC.

Throughout the week period, you will have the opportunity to attend various operational tours to full appreciate what the NSA does in defense of our nation.

Specific skills obtained may include: Application Deadline Applications for the program are accepted 1 September — 31 October Benefits and Housing Interns will receive the following benefits: Annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays Participating in agency-wide extracurricular programs Round trip airfare ticket to and from school, or mileage reimbursement up to the cost of a government-issued airline ticket for students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from Ft.

Mead, MD 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 temporary appointment, and are not eligible for health insurance, life insurance, or Thrift Savings Plan benefits.

Current Resume Lists of current fall semester courses and proposed spring course schedule Official transcript unofficial is acceptable if legible. Only originals via post, photocopies of originals via post, or scanned copies of original via email PDF format only will be accepted.

How would you like to spend your summer developing technological solutions that contribute to the security of our nation? Where you can work and see that your efforts are supporting the broader Intelligence Community and our Armed Forces?

The National Security Agency has limited positions for a week summer internship at our field sites in Georgia, Hawaii, Colorado, or Texas. You bring the talent and expertise and we will provide the challenge and opportunities.

Opportunities to be part of real mission solutions and opportunities to lead those projects and brief leadership. Internships are available for high-potential, full-time college students majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math. These programs offer students an opportunity to gain hands-on work experience while building knowledge and skills in fundamental aspects of the NSA mission.

Interns will be hired on a Temporary Appointment for a term of no more than 12 weeks following the beginning of the internship. Interns must reapply yearly to participate in subsequent summers. Benefits Receive annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays. Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs Students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from the field site GA, CO, or TX are eligible for a round trip airfare ticket to and from school or mileage reimbursement up to the cost of a government-issued airline ticket.

Applicants interested in the HI Field Site Intern Program should be advised that if you do not currently reside in Hawaii and are selected for the Hawaii Summer Intern Program, transportation to and from Hawaii as well as housing and transportation to and from work will be at the expense of the selectee.

Students participating in the program are highly encouraged to bring a vehicle. If interested in a Field Site internship, subsidized housing is not provided at any of the field sites. In addition, if interested in the Hawaii Summer Intern Program, please be advised that if you do not currently reside in Hawaii and are selected for the Hawaii Summer Intern Program, transportation to and from Hawaii as well as housing and transportation to and from work will be at the expense of the selectee.

To be considered for an internship at one of our field sites, your application should include: Official transcripts through the current academic year unofficial is acceptable if legible A resume. A well-written resume will include: Awards, honors and recognitions Relevant experiences or projects Relevant work experiences. Please email all other required documentation as specified in the ad.

Positions available for the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters. Interns will gain practical experience within workplace accommodations and will gain a broad understanding of the reasonable accommodation process and implementation by working alongside experienced sign language interpreters and reasonable accommodation experts.

You will be assigned a supervisor to help you quickly learn and acclimate. During your first few days on the team, you will participate in an overview to become familiar with mission of NSA and within the Intelligence Community IC. Gaining sound knowledge of the fundamental concepts of reasonable accommodation process, from the initial request for accommodations through the implementation of the approved accommodations.

Collaboration skills by working directly with employees, management and resources available at NSA. Enhancement of ADA and Section knowledge and compliant requirements. Enhancement of counseling skills to aid employees and managers in the accommodation process. Specific skills obtained for the Sign Language Interpreter Intern position include: Gaining sound knowledge of the fundamental concepts of interpreting and managing communication within highly technical and dynamic work environments.

Annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs Round trip airfare ticket to and from school, or mileage reimbursement up to the cost of a government-issued airline ticket for students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from Ft.

Meade, MD 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.

To submit the resume, you must use our resume builder in the application and include the following information under the respective section you cannot upload a resume:.

Transcripts may be issued directly by the Registrar, or issued to you be the Registrar, then sent with your application materials. If your Registrar is capable of directly sending electronic transcripts, please have them sent directly to you and then email the transcript as an attachment, Please do not send html transcripts accessible via a website or text versions thereof.

If you have applied to multiple positions, you MUST follow the instrucitons on each posting and send your requested doucments to each program separately. 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, an give you the opportunity to serve your country?

It is a week program that gives rising college seniors or graduate level students a wide variety of opportunities to be agents for change, analyze operations for efficiency and effectiveness and deliver results to our customers to reduce program costs and provide value to NSA and the US taxpayer. You are one of the team — Day One! You will receive training and be part of an audit team from day one.

You will be assigned a supervisors and sponsor to help you quickly learn and acclimate. Throughout the week period, you will have the opportunity to work on IG audits that provide meaningful recommendations for programmatic change within the Agency and influence the direction of the Intelligence Community and DoD.

Be the premier fact finder for the Agency! The NSA OIG Audit Division offers a wide variety of opportunities for individuals to broaden their knowledge of corporate Agency operations and work with a diverse staff.

As an NSA summer intern, you will work within an audit team evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of NSA programs. The specific audit responsibilities include:. The selectee should be comfortable working in a team and must be able to communicate orally and in writing with OIG management and audit teams about technically complex issues. The selectee should demonstrate process-oriented thinking, strong problem solving-skills, and a commitment to discerning the truth.

How to Apply Application must be submitted online at www. To submit a resume online during an open season:. To submit the resume, you must use our resume builder and include the following information under the respective section you cannot upload a resume: Transcripts may be issued directly by the Registrar, or issued to you by the Registrar, then sent with your application materials. If your registrar is capable of directly sending electronic transcripts, please have them sent directly to you and then email the transcripts to jehall7 nsa.

Please email all other required documentation to jehall7 nsa. Documents will NOT be shared between programs. Applications are not complete without the requested documentation. Citizenship is required for all applicants. Reasonable accommodations provided to applicants with disabilities during the application and hiring process where appropriate.

NSA is an equal opportunity employer and abides by applicable employment laws and regulations. All applicants and employees are subject to random drug testing in accordance with Executive Order Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a security background investigation and polygraph.

This highly competitive program targets high-achieving, committed secondary school seniors and college freshmen and sophomores interested in a career in public service. The program offers scholarship awardees tuition assistance to accredited colleges and universities, challenging summer work and a guaranteed position in their field of study upon graduation.

Students will attend classes full-time during the academic year and work at DIA during the summer in positions related to their course of study. While in school, students must maintain an overall cumulative grade point average GPA of 3. Back to NSA Home. Back to DIA Home. Back to NGA Home. The IC offers students a wide variety of excellent programs to get a jumpstart on a career in intelligence. Work Study Academic Field: Qualifications Must be a U.

Must be eligible for a security clearance. Unweighted GPA of 3. Must be at least 16 years of age at the time of hire. Students must also mail the following: Manufacturing - Use industrial assembly machines Available Model Shop Positions Machining, sheet metal, fabrication, welding, woodworking, injection molding, and painting and plating Job Placement After Graduation NSA cannot guarantee permanent full- or part-time employment after completing the work-study program; however, should a permanent vacancy exist, every effort will be made to place you in one of those positions.

Qualifications Must be eligible to be granted a security clearance. Must be a U. An unweighted GPA of 2. Must have an interest and aptitude in business computing and office technology, or Chinese language. Must be 16 years of age by Aug. Must have reliable transportation for getting to and from work. Making the Grade You must meet the standards of performance on the job. You must maintain an unweighted 2. If absent from school, you must be absent from work. You must achieve satisfactory evaluations from both your work supervisor and work experience coordinator.

You must complete the program year, graduate and receive your high school diploma. Employment may be terminated if your personal conduct warrants such action. Applicants must also send in the following to complete your application packet: Hardcopy resume must include the relevant courses completed or in progress as well as the position to which you are applying - Office Assistant, Computer Aide, Chinese language work study, Vo-Tech or Model Shop.

HSWS Program, MB3 All applications that are received after the deadline, as well as incomplete packets, will not be considered for employment. Must be eligible to be granted a security clearance. Must be high school senior at the time of application. To apply for the Stokes Educational Scholarship Program, applicants must first: Once your resume has been submitted online, please submit the following by mail: This information can be anything that would enhance your application, such as an original essay, etc.

All resumes must include the following information: Introduce our country's future leaders in cyber-related fields to the agency's mission and share the excitement of working on problems of national importance Provide a deep understanding of the vital role that computer science and engineering play in enabling the agency to tackle a diverse set of technical challenges Encourage undergraduate and graduate computer science and engineering students to continue cyber-related studies and careers.

Benefits Annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs Students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from Ft. Meade, MD, are eligible for a round trip airfare ticket to and from school or mileage reimbursement up to the cost of a government-issued airline ticket.

Subsidized housing accommodations are available upon request if school is located in excess of 75 miles from NSA main HQs campus. Must be a college sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student with at least one semester remaining after the internship.

Must be majoring in computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering or a related discipline and have completed courses in C programming, assembly programming, networking and operating systems. Equivalent experience will be considered in lieu. Must be available for an operational interview and other applicable processing between December and March. To submit a resume online during open season: Official transcripts through the current academic year unofficial is acceptable if legible Two letters of recommendation from faculty members or employers familiar with your work A resume.

Current and past degree seeking programs to include: Computer languages known indicate skill level — i. Awards, honors, and recognitions Relevant experiences or projects Relevant work experiences Transcripts Transcripts may be issued directly by the Registrar, or issued to you by the Registrar, then sent with your application materials.

Projects are typically in the areas of: Must be a college sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student with at least one semester remaining.

Must be a computer science major or closely related discipline. To be considered for CSIP, you must submit a complete application package that includes: Official transcript unofficial is acceptable if legible. Must be a full time undergraduate student in Fall , seeking a degree. Must be majoring in mathematics or computer science. Other majors with a background in math and computer science may apply. Students that are completing a degree after the fall or spring semester are also eligible to apply.

Must be available for an operational interview and other applicable processing between October and March To be considered, you must submit a complete application package that includes: Some of these areas include but are not limited to: Wireshark, VMware, Kali Linux, etc. Benefits Receive annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays and time-off for morale building activities during the internship Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs Students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from Ft.

Must have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3. Must be a college freshman, sophomore or junior at time of application. Those entering their senior year at time of application cannot be considered unless they are immediately entering graduate school in the fall of pursuing the same major. Be available for operational and technical interviews and other applicable processing, both in-person and via telephone, between the months of December and March To be considered for the Signals Intelligence Collection Program, you must submit a complete application package that includes: If you applied last year , you must provide two new LORs.

The more we know about you, the better your chances. An Online Resume Resume Objective: Provide your motivation for applying to the SICP relative to your future professional, personal and academic goals. Make a case as to why this program will be good for you and how NSA can benefit as well, especially in a long-term investment. Any information about you that you want us to know that is not already captured, please include here.

Other interesting facts about you are also welcome here such as honors, activities, publications, awards, scholarships, competitions, and student teaching or any other capabilities that you have that provide insights about you to better evaluate your application positively.

It is absolutely imperative that complete application packages i. The goals of the Cyber Summer Program are to: Introduce our country's future leaders in cyber-related fields to the agency's mission and share with them the excitement of working on problems of national importance.

Provide a deep understanding of the vital role that computer science, engineering, mathematics, network security and information assurance plays in enabling the agency to tackle a diverse set of technical challenges. Encourage bright undergraduate computer science, engineering, mathematics, network security and information assurance majors to continue their studies and pursue careers in the cyber-related fields.

Provide solutions to current operational problems. Must be a college junior, senior, or graduate student with at least one semester remaining. Must be majoring in computer science, engineering, mathematics, network security or information assurance, or another closely related discipline. To be considered for the Cyber Summer Program, your application should include: Official transcripts through the current academic year unofficial is acceptable if legible.

Two letters of recommendation from faculty members or employers familiar with your work. Your contact information Current and past degree seeking program to include: Awards, honors and recognitions Relevant experience or projects Relevant work experiences Transcripts Transcripts may be issued directly by the Registrar, or issued to you by the Registrar, then sent with your application materials.

Interns interested in the following sets of disciplines should apply: Applicable areas of study include, but are not limited to: Previous intern projects have included: Research of Data Center Infrastructure Management DCIM tools, which are software-based programs to better manage most aspects of a data center Creation of a server room layout to optimize efficiency of a data center Use of 6 Sigma Computational Fluid Dynamics CFD tool to better understand how certain factors affect the IT environment Research of ideas to prevent overheating of data centers Physical, hands-on moving of IT equipment and infrastructure to improve data center efficiency Application Deadline Applications are accepted September 1st - October 31st each year.

Must be majoring in computer science, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering or information systems management. Must possess strong written and oral communication skills. Official Transcripts unofficial is acceptable if legible. Contact information Current and past degree seeking program to include: Benefits Receive annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs Students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from Ft.

Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university program; must have completed the junior year by the start of the internship; and have at least one semester remaining following the internship. Must provide official transcripts. Must be majoring in human resources or have a human resources minor or concentration.

Additional Qualifications Candidates are expected to have completed courses in at least one of the following areas of study: Compensation and benefits Employee and labor relations Employment law Statistics Organizational behavior HR strategy Global HR Workforce planning and staffing Performance management Skills and Abilities We are seeking candidates who can demonstrate a variety of skills and abilities including: Customer Service to anticipate and identify the needs of customers Consulting Skills to build effective relationships with line managers to help them strategically manage their human resources Written and Verbal Communication Skills to articulate HR strategies, initiatives, options and advice Ability to interpret and apply legislation and policies related to HR Work Management and Organizational Skills to manage multiple activities to accomplish desired end results How to Apply Applications must be submitted online on or before October 31st.

To be considered for the HR Intern Program, your application should include: Directly contributing to NSA construction and renovation projects that will support facility operations and maintenance through infrastructure planning, design development, standards application, project management services and design drawing assistance. Troubleshooting mechanical and electrical system deficiencies through control management systems with a team of senior engineers and optimizing functionality for successful future operations.

Implementing processes for lean manufacturing, process improvement, engineering analysis and design of process controls, with respect to facilities within the Intelligence Community. Developing metrics and estimating models based on data output from control systems to help outline the facility condition and needed investment for leadership decision-making.

Coordinating Master Plans for the new campus under construction, backed by quantifiable cost-benefit analyses. Improving operations processes through streamlining and data automation and standardization.

Conducting extensive business cases evaluating the cost, benefit and risk of potential facilities and space solutions for the NSA workforce through a comparative analysis of alternatives. Providing material management services through acquisition, logistics, storage, distribution and cargo services support to the entire Agency. Providing a wide range of Automation Management activities that extend to an entire organization or major components within. Official transcripts unofficial is acceptable if legible A resume that includes: Must be currently enrolled in a degree-seeking college or university program with at least one semester remaining following the internship.

Must be majoring in the field of health promotion and wellness, health education, or other related fields. Candidates are expected to have completed some courses in the following areas of study: Skills and Abilities We are seeking candidates who can demonstrate a variety of skills and abilities, including: Program design and evaluation Assisting the nursing and nutritional professionals in promoting and evaluating wellness activities Presenting educational material to the workforce both in written and oral formats Provide customer service and display communication expertise How to Apply Applications must be submitted online on or before October 31st.

Official transcripts unofficial is acceptable if legible. Benefits Annual leave, sick leave, and paid federal holidays Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs Students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from Ft. Meade, MD, are eligible for a round-trip airfare ticket to and from school or mileage reimbursement up to the cost of a government-issued airline ticket.

Particular areas of preference include: Liberal Arts with an emphasis on communications, political science, international relations, history, behavioral science, security, criminal justice, computer science or computer forensics. Must be enrolled at minimum as a sophomore in a bachelor's degree program in the above named programs or closely associated fields of study.

Major Cumulative GPA Anticipated graduation date Degree concentration Lists of relevant courses taken, including the current semester's course list Awards, honors and recognitions Relevant experience or projects Relevant work experiences Transcripts Transcripts may be issued directly by the Registrar, or issued to you by the Registrar, then sent with your application materials. Must be a college junior or have at least college junior status high potential sophomores may also be considered majoring in one of the following degrees: Computer Science Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Network Engineering Software Engineering Telecommunications Must be available for an operational interview and other applicable processing between December and March Official transcripts unofficial is acceptable if legible A resume.

Major Cumulative GPA Anticipated graduation date Degree concentration Lists of relevant courses taken, including the current semester's course list Computer languages known indicate skill level — i.

Communications, Applied Arts, Museum Studies. Candidates will be considered for internships in one of the following areas: Applicants must have completed two years of study in a discipline related to the assignment of interest. Fields include - but are not limited to - writing, editing, journalism, public relations, marketing or advertising; visual arts, television production, motion picture production, or 3-D animation; museum collections management, archives or conservation.

To be considered for the Strategic Communications Intern Program, your application should include: Official transcript unofficial is acceptable if legible A resume. The Summer Language Program Includes: A language mentor assigned from NSA's language analysis team Hands-on operational experience Relevant job-specific briefings Job-specific training and customized language training Application Deadline Applications for the Summer Language Program are accepted 15 May — 15 Oct Benefits and Housing Annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs Students may be eligible for transportation to and from school Subsidized housing accommodations may be available upon request if school is located in excess of 75 miles from NSA main HQs campus.

Must have at least one semester or quarter of college study remaining at the conclusion of the summer internship Must have language proficiency in one of the advertised foreign languages A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.

Must be physically in the United States as of January in order to process. Students studying abroad during the spring semester cannot be processed. How to Apply Applications must be submitted on or before 15 October To be considered for the Summer Language Program, you must submit a complete application package that includes: Unofficial transcripts A list of your current fall semester courses and your proposed spring course schedule Your on-line application.

Be sure to complete the College Education portion of the application. If you do not yet have a degree, list your school and your projected graduation date. You may use the Other Professional Details section of the application to include any additional relevant information, such as language immersions, scholarships, interests, etc.

Meade, MD, are eligible for a round trip airfare ticket to and from school or mileage reimbursement up to the cost of a government-issued airline ticket Daily transportation to and from work is not provided.

Qualifications Must be U. Must be a graduate or undergraduate student; undergraduate students must be in junior year or have reached college junior status.

Must have at least one semester remaining following the internship. To be considered for the Summer Intern Program for Information Assurance, your application should include: Benefits Annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays Subsidized housing accommodations are available if school is located in excess of 75 miles from NSA main HQs campus.

Tuition assistance - one technical course per semester Qualifications Must be a U. Must be a second semester college freshman or sophomore to apply. A GPA of 3. Must be majoring in electrical engineering, computer engineering or computer science or cybersecurity. The program is designed to: Mathematics, Business, Computer Sciences.

Must be available for an operational interview and other applicable processing between the months of November and March Applicants should have demonstrated superior mathematical or statistical aptitude and problem solving skills. Evidence of successful work on an independent project in pure or applied mathematics, statistics, or computer science is desirable.

Application may be at any stage in their graduate careers and working, or intending to work, in any area of mathematics or statistics. Computer programming experience is desirable. A resume Two letters of recommendation LORs from faculty members who can speak directly to your mathematics or statistics background Professors may email LORs directly to MathSummer nsa. Benefits Receive annual leave, sick leave, and paid federal holidays Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs Students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from Ft.

Must be enrolled in an M. To be considered for the Industrial and Organizational Psychology Intern Program, you must submit a complete application package that includes: Internal career fair to explore opportunities for future full-time employment.

Students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from Ft. Undergraduate students or individuals who are not enrolled in graduate school will not be accepted! Must be returning to graduate school for at least one semester following the internship summer. Scholarship, Fellowship Academic Field: Benefits during 12 week internship Annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs Students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from Ft.

Must be pursuing a graduate or Ph. Global Studies, Social Sciences. One Mission, One Team! Specific Skills Gained 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. Conducting independent and original research, and documenting and communicating findings to help satisfy customer requirements.

Annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays. Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs. Round trip airfare ticket to and from school, or mileage reimbursement up to the cost of a government-issued airline ticket for students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from Ft.

Interns are hired on a temporary appointment, and are not eligible for health insurance, life insurance, or Thrift Savings Plan benefits. Qualification Criteria Must be a U. Must be a full-time undergraduate student entering the final year of a degree program or a graduate level student. Minimum GPA of 3. Must be available for the entire week program. Must be available for an operational interview and other applicable processing between May and March Major studies areas of consideration: To be considered for the Intelligence Analysis Summer Program, you must submit a complete application package that includes: 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.

Eligibility Requirements Participants must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a university or college located near a DIA facility or Combatant Command. Participants must have already completed 60 semester hours or its equivalent at the start of the internship.

Interns must be able to maintain a security clearance. Security clearances may be granted to holders of dual citizenship. All students conditionally accepted for internships are subject to initial and periodic counterintelligence CI -scope polygraph tests and drug tests.

Please note that the security clearance processing and drug screening test cannot be conducted while the applicant is overseas. Participants must be currently enrolled in a baccalaureate or graduate degree program which is primarily focused on skills deemed critical to DIA such as: Foreign area studies Computer science Business administration Human resources Public administration International relations Legal Political science Chemistry Physics Biology Microbiology Pharmacology Toxicology Engineering Intelligence analysis Application Procedures Attach an unofficial copy of your transcript to the online application.

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