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Intelligence Analysis Summer Internship Program

Computer Science Intern Program (CSIP)

In the Computer Science Intern Program (CSIP), you will gain first-hand experience in critical work at NSA, while making a valuable contribution to national security. And you'll be earning a salary too!
As a CSIP intern, you will have the opportunity to apply your Computer Science skills to NSA hardware and software systems.

Cryptanalysis and Exploitation Services Summer Program (CES SP) (formerly MSEP)

The Cryptanalysis and Exploitation Services Summer Program (CES SP) is open to undergraduate students majoring in mathematics, computer science, or a major with a strong background in math and computer science. CESSP provides an opportunity for exceptional undergraduates majoring in mathematics, computer science, and related fields to work directly with National Security Agency analysts on real, mission-critical cryptanalysis problems. As a CES SP participant, you will develop a deep understanding of the vital role that mathematics and computer science play in tackling a diverse set of technical challenges at NSA. You'll also experience firsthand the excitement of working on problems of national importance. If you possess imagination, initiative and intellectual curiosity, apply for the CES SP

Security & Counterintelligence Summer Intern Program (SCSIP)

Spend 12 weeks of your summer at NSA and living in the Security and Counterintelligence world by working alongside experienced security professionals.

Signals Intelligence Collection (SIC) Program (formerly Cryptologic Access Summer Intern Program (CAP))

How would you like to spend your summer developing technological solutions that contribute to the security of our nation? Where can you work and see that your efforts are supporting the broader Intelligence Community and our Armed Forces? Does the prospect of applying your computer science, engineering, physics, and math skills to the NSA/CSS Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) mission spark your interest? If so, you may be the next Signals Intelligence Collection (SIC) Program intern to join NSA/CSS!