NSA Summer Internship - Field (CO/GA/HI/TX)
How would you like to spend your summer developing technological solutions that contribute to the security of our nation? Does the prospect of applying your skills to the NSA/CSS mission spark your interest? If so, then join a team of highly skilled, motivated and passionate professionals who lead the cryptologic enterprise and who are ready and prepared for the changes in our environment. NSA is offering internship opportunities at some of our amazing field locations! Take charge of your professional development and experience an once-in-a-lifetime internship opportunity. Internships are 12-week's long and offered in multiple mission areas requiring a range of competencies. As a participant in the program, you will gain hands-on work experience while building knowledge and skills in fundamental aspect of the NSA mission. Please apply through this vacancy if you are interested in any of the following internships: - Hawaii CAE Cyber Operations Summer Internship Program - NSA Colorado Summer Intern Program - NSA Georgia Summer Intern Program - NSA Hawaii Technical Intern Program - NSA Texas Summer Intern Program ***PLEASE NOTE: You can find descriptions for each program listed above at the following link: https://www.intelligencecareers.gov/NSA/nsastudents.html
Join students from across the country and lend your knowledge to national security in one of NSA's over 30 summer internship programs. These 12 week paid programs run from mid-May to mid-August and are open to undergraduate freshman up to Ph.D. students depending on internship requirements. These internships are open to a wide variety of majors and give students the opportunity to work directly with mission-critical problems and experience the excitement of working directly in NSA spaces.
To be accepted into the NSA Summer Internship - Field Site, candidates must: - Be a U.S. citizen; - Be eligible to be granted a TS/SCI/TK security clearance after successfully completing a background investigation that includes passing a Full-Scope Polygraph and a Psychological Evaluation; - Preferred cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher for all college work completed; - Be a currently enrolled college student (undergraduate, graduate or doctorate program) at time of application; - Be available and in the U.S. for operational and technical interviews and other applicable processing, both in-person and via telephone/internet, between the months of November 2023 and March 2024; - ALL majors are encouraged to apply!