Recurring Opportunities Archive

The United States Marshals Service Internship
The United States Marshals Service, District of New Mexico, will accept applications for the Fall 2012 internship program in Albuquerque from April 1st through May 11th, 2012. The internship provides students interested in federal law enforcement an opportunity to obtain educational work experience and an understanding of the role of the U.S. Marshals Service in the justice system. Program areas include: Investigative & Fugitive Operations, Court Security, Judicial Security, Prisoner Operations, Administrative Services, and Agency Management.

This is a voluntary, unpaid program, designed to be flexible to work around existing employment and academic commitments. Interns are required to work at least eight hours per week. It is the student’s responsibility to complete all necessary procedures for receiving university or college credit for the internship.

NATO Internship Programme
The aim of the NATO Internship Programme is to provide a small number of current or recent students with the opportunity to intern with the International Staff at NATO Headquarters in Brussels and in a few other NATO bodies. There is one call for applications per year in Spring with two starting dates, in March and in September the following year. Internships will in principle last 6 months. Interns are paid a lump sum of € 800 per month. The salary is not exempt from taxation.

Applications will only be accepted within the deadline of the call and only via internet. Applications consist of an on-line application form, curriculum vitae and a one page essay giving the details on their motivation for an internship at NATO. Application Deadline: 4/30/12

DoD Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP)
Annually, in November, the DoD IASP Executive Administrator announces a solicitation for proposal from CAEs interested in participating in the DoD IASP. Graduate students and rising junior or senior undergraduates accepted at or enrolled in one of these institutions may apply for full scholarships to complete a bachelor's, master's, or a doctoral degree, or graduate (post-baccalaureate) certificate program  in disciplines including, but not limited to: biometrics, business management or administration, computer crime investigations, computer engineering, computer programming, computer science, computer systems analysis, cyber operations, cybersecurity, database administration, data management, digital and multimedia forensics, electrical engineering, electronics engineering, information security (assurance), information systems, mathematics, network management/operations, software engineering, and other similar disciplines as approved by DoD Chief Information Officer (DoD CIO).

DoD Component recruitment student requirements are due to the DoD IASP Executive Administrator each year by January 31st. The student selection process occurs annually in April. Recruitment students are provided scholarships, covering the full cost of tuition and selected books and fees. Students are also provided a stipend to cover room and board expenses. 

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.

Institute for National Strategic Studies at the National Defense University Internship Program 
The INSS internship program affords students from across the US to work on a variety of research topics, both regional and thematic. These include Western Hemisphere, East Asia, Middle East, National Security Reform, and Future Strategic Concepts.

Institute on Business & Government Affairs (IBGA) and the Institute on Comparative Political & Economic Systems (ICPES) 8 week Academic Internship Program 
Scholarship funding based on financial need and merit is available for qualified students. Participants will earn up to 9 credits from Georgetown University, live in on-campus housing and are placed in internships with federal agencies, think tanks, government affairs offices, policy groups and congressional offices. In addition to these, the programs provide planned social activities, professional development seminars, and numerous opportunities for networking. 

UNCF Special Programs Corp. (UNCFSP) Institute for International Public Policy (IIPP) Fellowship Program for undergraduate students 
The IIPP enhances U.S. national security and global competitiveness by promoting excellence, international service, and awareness among a broader, more representative cross-section of the American citizenry. The sponsor prepares a cadre of well-trained, language proficient minority young people to compete in the global marketplace. The Institute helps ensure that those entrusted with the affairs of the United States reflects the diversity that defines us as Americans and confronts us as citizens of our global village.

2012 National Security Analysis & Intelligence Summer Seminar (NSAISS)
The IC CAE Program Office is pleased to announce a call for nominations to the 2012 National Security Analysis & Intelligence Summer Seminar (NSAISS) to be held in Washington, DC, July 8-20. Two students from each school will be selected to participate in the 2012 NSAISS. Travel and per diem costs for attendees are paid by the IC CAE Program Office through a Dept. of Defense process which will be initiated when selections have been made. Nomination should include a resume from the nominated student which must note a current GPA. Students must be US citizens and must be actively pursuing an IC internship or vacancy. Students may be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program or may be graduating seniors who are entering a graduate program in the fall.  

Important Note
NSAISS nominations must go through NSSP.  Nominations from NSSP are due no later than March 12th. This program may not be appropriate for those with no previous exposure to the Intelligence Community or intelligence concepts. Students who have already accepted offers of employment in the IC or elsewhere are not eligible.