Marine Corps Intelligence Activity
- Application Dates: N/A for summer 2015
- Website: http://www.hqmc.marines.mil/intelligence/StudentEmployment/Opportunities.aspx
- About the program:
Marine Corps Intelligence provides a premier student employment program which incorporates education, training, and site visits. Student employees are integrated within our workforce, providing not only research, but intelligence products to Marines around the world. Marine Corps Intelligence is looking for students interested in the following career fields: Information Technology Specialists; Scientific and Technical Analysts, Military, Global, and Regional Analysts; Geographic and Geospatial Analysts, and Business Administration, Management or Communications.
- Location: Washington D.C. metropolitan area and Quantico, Virginia
- Recommended majors: Computer Science, Information Systems, Web Technology, Business Systems, Network Administration, Database Management, Engineering, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Anthropology, History, Political Science, International Relations, Geography, Business Administration, Management Communications Studies.
- MUST be enrolled full-time at an accredited university.
- MUST have completed a minimum of 30 credit hours.
- MUST be a U.S. citizen.
- MUST be able to pass a SSBI background check for a Top Secret/SCI clearance (studying abroad the semester before the program could complicate this process).
- MUST be willing to submit to an initial and random urinalysis tests.
- MUST commit to working a minimum of eight weeks.
- MUST commit to working a minimum of 32 hours per week.
- Application Procedures:
Your application packet MUST contain ALL of the documents below and MUST be sent electronically to: email@example.com
SUBJECT LINE of your e-mail should read:
Student Employment Program Application - LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MIDDLE INITIAL
- Cover Letter (brief introduction to who you are and why you want to work for Marine Corps Intelligence)
- List of Goals (what do you hope to gain from this experience?)
- Writing Sample (one page as it relates to your major in school)
- Student Employment Data Form (available on website)
- Unofficial Transcripts
- Letters of Recommendation - Need 2 (one from a teacher/professor at your current school and one from a present or past employer)
Office of Naval Intelligence
Internship summer 2015
- Application Dates: TBD
- Website: http://www.oni.navy.mil/Join_US/Just_for_college_students/summer_intern_programs.html
- Compensation: Students will earn a competitive salary that is assigned based on level of education.
- About the program:
Looking for a summer job that will stretch your mind, provide pre-professional work experiences that are relevant and meaningful to your academic and career-related goals, give you the opportunity to serve your country, and enable you to delve into the fascinating world of intelligence? Look no further than the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI), our nation's premier maritime intelligence agency. As an ONI summer intern, you will participate in Operational Familiarization (OPFAM) trip to Norfolk, VA to visit ONI's operational customers onboard ships, with aviation squadrons and at other USN commands. You will also experience field trips to D.C. area commands, agencies, and relevant landmarks while doing work that makes a real contribution to national security.
- Location: Washington D.C. metropolitan area
- Recommended Majors: Interns with political science and other liberal arts backgrounds might assist our analysts in the cycle of information collection, analysis and dissemination. Students in the fields of science and engineering might use state-of-the-art lab equipment to study foreign weapons systems information technology directly support our networking operations.
- U.S. Citizenship. Security clearances cannot be granted to foreign nationals or those who possess dual citizenship.
- Fulltime enrollment in an accredited baccalaureate or graduate program. You must submit proof that you will continue your studies during the fall semester following the summer internship.
- Completion of 60 semester hours (or its equivalent) by the start of the internship.
- Minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent).
- Favorable adjudication of a Special Security Background Investigation (SSBI) and eligibility to receive a top secret clearance with access to sensitive compartmented information (TS/SCI).
- Favorable results on a urinalysis screening for illegal drug use. You may also be subject to random drug testing during the period of employment.
- Commitment to work fulltime for at least 10 weeks during the summer months.
- Application Procedures: Application is available through usajobs.gov. The next open application period will occur in the fall of 2014.