Thursday, May 28, 2015

Paid Summer Internship with National Park Service, Interpretation and Education

The National Park Service 

Since 1916, the American people have entrusted the National Park Service with the care of their national parks. With the help of volunteers and park partners, we safeguard these more than 400 places and share their stories with more than 275 million visitors every year. But our work doesn't stop there.  We are proud that tribes, local governments, nonprofit organizations, businesses, and individual citizens ask for our help in revitalizing communities preserving local history, celebrating local heritage, and creating close to home opportunities for kids and families to get outside, be active, and have fun.

NPS Mission
The National Park Service preserves unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The Park Service cooperates with partners to extend the benefits of natural and cultural resource conservation and outdoor recreation throughout this country and the world. 

NPS is seeking a University of Maryland student to work in Interpretation and Education with non-profit partners. The intern would preferably work full-time (40 hours) through the summer, but a part-time schedule could be arranged.

Position Summary:
Help manage NPS relationship with 72 nonprofit cooperating associations (which manage in-park stores); assist in the development of policy and agreements for partnerships with a wide range of non-profit organizations that further the NPS education and interpretation mission.
Assist in analyzing the function of partners to determine strengths and weaknesses, and identify ways to improve the national program. Assist partners in meeting reporting requirements and help NPS compile and analyze annual reports. Serve as a liaison with regional Interpretation and Education coordinators from each of the seven regions around the country.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Healthcare Financial Analysis Summer Internship

Inovalon is seeking an undergraduate or graduate intern for the summer months to work with the Premier Client team, responsible for implementing risk adjustment, clinical and quality outcomes, business intelligence, and auditing solutions for health plans offering products under the Affordable Care Act. The ideal candidate would be interested in health care and be eager to learn about the industry.

Responsibility of the role will include developing, documenting, and managing key business process tools and reports including, but not limited to: financial analysis, operational metrics, key performance indicators, and comparative analysis. He/she will have the ability to interact with and influence management and contributors many all levels of the organization. This role requires the candidate be interested in analyzing operational and financial data to define and measure meaningful metrics that lead to insightful business decision-making.

  • Build and drive an efficient, user-friendly process for developing financial and operational analyses that link to strategic objectives;
  • Work collaboratively in preparing and automating monthly reporting packages that includes analysis of key business trends and actual versus plan variances, including comprehensive explanations of differences;
  • Determine key performance indicator metrics and help to produce forecasting models to support senior management in decision making;
  • Participate in the development and monitoring of key systems analytics information including operational, financial, and historical metrics, healthcare data patterns, claims utilization, provider utilization, and/or cost and reimbursement patterns to improve the functioning of processes and operation;
  • Collaborate with business owners on data analysis and modeling projects;
  • Develop product knowledge and expertise regarding products utilized by Inovalon clients, and acquire proficiency in healthcare Risk Adjustment for Commercial populations; and
  • Assist on special projects, as needed.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

START Summer Courses

Have you ever wondered about the science or science policy behind the threat and use of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons? Do you want to complete your Natural Sciences or Natural Sciences Lab course requirement this summer in College Park? If this applies to you, enroll in BSST240 and BSST241 this summer. 

From June 1-July 10, 2015, you’ll explore the scientific method and fundamental principles of the hard sciences and you’ll bring together multiple different fields into one classroom. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to test hypotheses, use basic statistics, interpret results, and apply your new knowledge on CBRN weapons ant their threat to practical applications within public health, emergency management, epidemiology, and threat assessment. Further, if taken concurrently BSST240 and BSST241 satisfy the General Education Natural Lab Science Requirement.

If you have questions about this exciting course, send them to!

2015 Women in Business Scholarship Opportunity

Stout Risius Ross, Inc. (SRR) is proud to announce the opportunity to award three scholarships in the amount of $1,000, $2,000, or $3,000 to three qualified female students pursuing a career in finance. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a woman who embodies SRR’s core values and ambitions and to help her succeed in her pursuit of a finance-related career.

Eligibility Requirements:
  • Female
  • Junior standing as of 2015 (Class of 2017)
  • Enrolled as a full-time student in a four-year university
  • Must be accepted into the university’s Finance, Economics, or Accounting program as their chosen major
  • Minimum cumulative college GPA of 3.2
Required Documents:
  • Current resume
  • Current college transcript (Official or Unofficial)
  • Letter of recommendation from a college professor or advisor
  • Completed application, which includes an essay question (500 words maximum)
Selection Process:

The recipient of SRR’s 2015 Women in Business Scholarship will be chosen based on her ability to demonstrate SRR’s core values through her academic and extracurricular achievements. The winner will be notified by phone by October 15, 2015.

Please submit all of the above mentioned items before September 15, 2015 by uploading them through the online application. If your professor or advisor would like to submit the recommendation letter personally, please have them email it to If you have any questions regarding the application process, please submit them via the above email address.

*Scholarship funds will be mailed shortly thereafter in the form of a check payable to the recipient’s educational institution and will be mailed to the recipient’s permanent home address. Please note that it is the responsibility of the recipient to deliver the check to her institution’s financial office. The funds are to be exclusively used for the payment of tuition, fees, or textbooks. In addition, the recipient is responsible for any and all gift taxes owed in association with this scholarship, if applicable.

Apply Now!

Opportunities with Stout Risius Ross Global Financial Advisory Services

Who is SRR?
  • SRR is one of the largest, independent, privately owned global financial advisor firms in the industry
  • 350 emoloyees and growing at a rapid pace
  • SRR is ranked #1 fairness opinion provider in the U.S. and globally by Thomson Reuters for 2014
  • SRR named Best of the National Law Journal in multiple categories
What does SRR do?
  • Investment Banking, Valuation & Financial Opinions, and Dispute Advisory & Forensic Services
  • We serve a range of companies from Fortune 500 corporations to privately held companies in numerous industries around the world
Why start your career at SRR?
  • You are smart, talented and goal-oriented and seek a work environment that will nurture your skills and provide a path for greater opportunity
  • You are a team player and look forward to sharing your ideas and collaborating with some of the best and brightest people
  • You crave a positive and unique culture where coming to work every day is exciting and where you have the chance to affect positive change through forward thinking and innovative solutions.

Paid Fall Internship in Brand and Marketing Strategy with the National Park Service

The National Park Service (NPS) Office of Partnerships and Philanthropic Stewardship (Partnership Office) is searching for a University of Maryland undergraduate or graduate student who is interested in an opportunity to assist in the development of an NPS Brand and Marketing Strategy that raises public awareness and understanding of the NPS mission and its core values; resonates with a broad range of audiences and constituent groups; promotes greater recognition of the brand; and attracts and encourages increased engagement and stewardship.

The NPS strives to fulfill its mission and encourage greater citizen engagement in national park programs and activities by partnering with educational institutions, organizations, businesses, and federal, state, tribal and local agencies. The Partnership Office helps the NPS and its partners create, enhance, and recognize their collaborative work through training, communication, and policy leadership.

Responsibilities Include:

Collaborate with a brand and marketing specialist and the Partnership Office to assist in the development of an NPS Brand Identity and Marketing Strategy. Depending on the phase of strategy development, interns may conduct research and write reports on the following topic areas, 
  • Define and describe the need and importance of creating a comprehensive NPS brand identity and marketing strategy.
  • Research and report out on the history of NPS brand marks and usage.
  • Research and report out on the history of NPS marketing, including successful marketing campaigns the NPS has carried out in the past. 
  • Create a list of focus and constituent groups and brainstorm ways to engage groups in order to develop a comprehensive and representative list of the universal meanings, values, emotions and intangible assets people equate with the NPS -and that the NPS seeks to convey through its new brand identity. 
  • Research and report out on the “best-in-class” branding and marketing strategies used by government agencies and nonprofit and corporate entities. 
  • Research and recommend the best ways to articulate and roll out the new strategy to NPS employees, partners, and other key stakeholders. 
  • Research different types of tools and tool kits government, non-profit, and corporate entities have created to ensure stakeholders are able to effectively utilize the new brand. 
  • Determine what types of guidance would be most useful in rolling out the new branding/marketing strategy. 
  • Develop a strategy to test brand and marketing effectiveness (once roll-out has occurred). 

Paid Summer Research Internship with the National Association of REALTORS

NAR is seeking internship candidates to work in Washington, DC as research analysts. The National Association of REALTORS® is America's largest trade association, representing over 1 million members, including NAR's institutes, societies, and councils, involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.

The Research division of the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) is the premier source of statistics and survey work on the U.S. housing market. NAR Research produces data and reports in support of its membership, to educate national and local policy makers, and to elevate the general level of discourse on housing issues.

We are looking for candidates who are interested in economics and real estate, and the intersection of research and policy arenas. The research work will focus on both the residential and commercial real estate sectors, and will comprise a range of tasks, including but not limited to data entry, data set construction, quality control, simple statistics, summary analysis, survey support, report writing and internet research.

This is a paid internship with flexible hours. The offices of the NAR are conveniently located three blocks from Union Station in Washington, DC.

Desired skills:
  • Excellent research and analytical skills.
  • Able to conduct analysis and communicate results clearly in writing.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Able to solve problems and think logically.
  • Able to manage processes and meet deadlines.
  • Able to communicate effectively and maintain good relationships and work effectively with other team members.
  • Interest in economics, real estate and public policy.
  • Exhibit strong and confident interpersonal skills.
  • Results oriented.

Online Search Tool to Research Master's Programs in all Fields provides individuals with the information to help them begin, finance, and complete a graduate program. While graduate school may not be the immediate next step for everyone, it's important to be aware of what's involved in the process.

Above all, was built to further legitimize the online master’s degree in the eyes of students and educators. We firmly believe that fully online graduate programs are becoming a fixture of 21st century education. The hundreds of accredited programs already operating online grow in prestige every day. We believe this site can play a central role in proving how rich an experience earning an online master’s degree can be and, taking things a step further, how successful professional life can be once a master’s is obtained.

Paid Summer 2015 Internship with KNG Health Consulting

Job Description:

KNG Health Consulting, a health policy firm in Rockville, MD, is seeking a full-time paid intern for Summer 2015. The position is open to candidates who are currently enrolled in or have recently graduated from undergraduate or graduate programs. 

Specific job tasks may include:

1. Conducting literature reviews
2. Reviewing and summarizing Medicare regulations
3. Designing and conducting analysis with Excel and Stata
4. Assisting in writing reports

This is a unique opportunity to be a key contributor to a small, growing company. Intern will work with a PhD economist in the field of health economics and policy. Intern will gain experience and mentoring in conducting literature reviews, developing research designs, and conducting analysis. Intern will also gain an in-depth understanding of the U.S. health care system, particularly Medicare.

Candidates should have or be working toward a degree in Economics, Public Policy, or a related field. Candidates should have strong oral and written communication skills as well as experience conducting literature reviews and working with MS Excel.  Experience with statistical software packages, particularly Stata, is a plus

This is a unique opportunity to be a contributor to a small, growing company.  The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, creative, and have a passion for doing high-quality work as part of a team. Please e-mail letter of interest, resume and writing sample to We are looking for someone to start in the next couple of weeks. For further information about KNG Health Consulting, LLC, visit our website at:

Apply by July 1 for Department of State Spring 2016 Internships

Visit for more information about the U.S. Department of State Spring 2016 Student Internship Program (unpaid), and to start the online application process via USAJobs. Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is July 1, 2015.

This program offers U.S. citizen undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to participate in 10-week, unpaid internships that provide intensive educational and professional experience within the environment of America’s principle foreign affairs agency.

The unpaid internships are available at many of the over 270 U.S. embassies, consulates and missions to international organizations around the world, as well as at the Department of State in Washington, D.C. and other locations throughout the U.S. Participants gain first-hand, hands-on experience, and learn the realities of working in – and with – Foreign and Civil Service professionals who are at the forefront of America’s diplomatic efforts.

As an unpaid intern, you may have the opportunity to: 
  • Participate in meetings with senior level U.S. government or foreign government officials;
  • Draft, edit, or contribute to cables, reports, communications, talking points, or other materials used by policy makers in furthering U.S. foreign policy objectives;
  • Help organize and support events, including international and/or multi-lateral meetings and conferences on critical global issues;
  • Contribute to the management and administration of the Department of State and America’s foreign policy; and
  • Engage directly with U.S. or foreign audiences to promote U.S. foreign policy and improve understanding of U.S. culture and society.
So consider spending your Spring 2016 with the U.S. Department of State, witnessing and participating in the formulation and implementation of U.S. foreign policy, working closely with the U.S. diplomats and civil servants who carry out America’s foreign policy initiatives. 

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Data Scientist Job with the CIA for recent graduate

Data Scientists will be expected to communicate their conclusions clearly to a lay audience and become experts through continued education, attending academic and technical conferences, and collaboration with the Intelligence Community.


Entry Level: Bachelor's degree and experience with applied quantitative research working with real world data, either through thesis research, internships, or work experience. Applicants should have demonstrated creativity, initiative, and leadership abilities.

Minimum Requirements: A Bachelor's degree with a GPA of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale as well as initiative, creativity, integrity, technical excellence and strong interpersonal and communication skills. A self-starter attitude, the ability to work independently and in a group, demonstrated initiative, and writing/briefing skills are also required.

The following items must be attached to your online application:
  • Your resume.
  • A cover letter in which you specify your qualifications for one or more positions.
  • Unofficial transcripts for all degrees.
  • A writing sample, five (5) pages MAXIMUM, single spaced, technical or analytic paper that focuses on your current area of expertise or interests and is related to your interest in positions at CIA. You can excerpt longer papers.
Preferred: Some advanced statistical or computational programming and familiarity with modern databases and distributed computing systems is strongly preferred. Programming expertise with the leading Big Data information management platforms and statistical software packages is a plus. Some domestic and overseas mobility is also preferred.

Salary: $61,444 - $139,523
Location: Washington, DC metropolitan area

Application Instructions

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Summer Policy Investment Analyst Internship with Capstone LLC

Capstone is seeking internship candidates to work in Washington, DC as policy investment analysts.

Who is Capstone?

Capstone is a policy analysis and regulatory due diligence firm founded in 2010. Located in Washington, DC, our work explores how policy affects investments in the financial services, health care, and energy sectors. Our clients are some of the world’s biggest and best known investors, and we are growing quickly.

What to expect as a Capstone Intern?

We are looking for intelligent, driven, finance and policy savvy people who can create ideas and have topnotch research skills. You will assist analysts in research and analysis of key policy themes affecting the investment theses of our clients. Most of your time will be spent working on actual research projects with our senior analysts, director of research, and managing partner. You will also attend meetings with key policyplayers. Capstone is an intellectually challenging environment where interns will be asked to take on a significant amount of responsibility. Successful summer interns can receive full-time offers.

What does Capstone look for in an Intern Candidate?
  • Excellent research and analytical skills.
  • A networker, projectseeker, and initiator who is good at hunting for differentiated ways in which government policy can impact investments.
  • Demonstrate persuasive written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to work in complex and changing environment. Ability to manage processes and people effectively to meet deadlines.
  • Interest in public policy.
  • Exhibit strong and confident interpersonal skills.
  • Display strong character, professionalism, and integrity.
  • Results oriented.
Our interns are closely mentored by our Director of Research and all full-time analysts, who cover a variety of sectors.

  • Candidate for a Bachelor's degree or recent graduate of a four-year degree program.
  • High academic achievement
  • Business/Finance/Economics degree or similar are *not* required, but candidates must have demonstrated interest in learning about these areas
  • Junior standing
Desired Start Date: June 1
Hours per Week: 45
Duration: Summer 2015
Application Deadline: May 31, 2015

How to Apply: Email Katie Farias at

Monday, May 11, 2015

BSOS DSAC Finals Breakfast May 12

Hey BSOS students!

Need a quick break from studying or some free food to recharge for finals? Stop by for some Dunkin’ Donuts and Ice Coffee tomorrow morning, May 12 from 10:00am-12:00pm in the BSOS Alumni Room, 2nd Floor Tydings Hall. BSOS’ Dean Ball, Undergraduate Dean Katherine Russell, and the Dean’s Student Advisory Council will be on hand to greet students.

Seminar by Jim Dobrowolski - USDA National Institute for Food and Agriculture

Water is becoming our most critical natural resource, and finding sustainable solutions for water challenges will require the combined efforts of much of the private and public sector workforce.  We hope the interdisciplinary nature of the this seminar will have broad appeal to students and will introduce to them the many future possibilities, including higher education, for contributing to an issue that affects the entire world.

“Water for Agriculture:  Linking social, economic, and biophysical sciences to help solve critical water problems in agricultural, rural and urbanizing areas"

Dr. James P. Dobrowolski
USDA-National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Computer Science Instructional Center (UMCP)
4:00 PM Lecture in Room 1121
5:00 PM Green Reception in Atrium
Nearby parking is free after 4pm.

Abstract:  Agriculture, across the value chain, is the greatest consumptive user of water resources in the United States and around the world. Perhaps the greatest challenge facing agricultural producers will be increased agricultural production to meet rising demand in the face of limited water resources. The USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture’s (NIFA) Water for Agriculture science, education and extension/outreach (REE) portfolio engages knowledge and technology, incentives, and policies to promote appropriate decision making. It focuses on developing solutions for water management that form a nexus across food, water, climate, energy, human health and the environment. Funding will continue to be used to develop technologies and tools for a broad group of stakeholders to sustain and improve water availability.  I will present NIFA’s systems approach to public funding that links social, economic and behavioral sciences with biophysical sciences and engineering to address water and watershed issues.

Friday, May 8, 2015

Competitive Intelligence Analyst Position for Graduating Senior with Strong Quantitative Skills

Competitive Intelligence Analyst - Business Analyst, Research, Data Mining
GEICO - Chevy Chase, MD

We are seeking a highly motivated analyst to join our Competitive Analytics section within the Underwriting Research team.

The Competitive Intelligence team is looking for associates to be the company experts on our competition. The work of team members is highly visible and is relied upon by both regional and executive management to aid decision-making. We ensure that our pricing and product offerings remain competitive in our fight for market share! We investigate our competitors looking for potential opportunities to integrate into our company that correlates with our corporate vision. The Team members work closely with product managers, actuaries, and statistical modelers to research, analyze, and develop competitive position and pricing strategies. These strategies have a direct impact on GEICO's growth. Team members also gather, manage, present, and publish external information about competitors and their pricing and product offerings.

The successful candidate should exhibit the following skills and abilities:

- Bachelor's degree in quantitative or business field;
- Driven to succeed in a fast pace work environment;
- Very good analytical, math/statistical, and data management skills;
- Effective written and verbal communication skills;
- Strong computer skills, including Word and Excel;
- Demonstrates leadership potential and works well in a team;
- High level of creativity and experience doing independent research;
- Experience with SAS, SQL, and Microsoft Access is a plus;
- Permanent U.S. work authorization;
- Preference is given to candidates with at least a 3.0 overall GPA and related work or internship experience

Salary Information:
$50,000 - $65,000 (commensurate with experience) 

Apply here.

Paid Research Internship with Federal Funds Information for States

Federal Funds Information For States (FFIS), a small non-profit policy research organization affiliated with the National Governors Association and the National Conference of State Legislatures, has an opening for a summer intern with long-term potential. The successful applicant will have strong writing and quantitative skills and a keen eye for detail. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel is required as well as proficiency in creating charts, graphs, and Power Point presentations. This is an opportunity to learn about federal grants and intergovernmental fiscal flows. The position's duration and hours are flexible. Well suited for a recent graduate with an interest in public policy and economics.

Hourly rate is $15.

Send cover letter and resume by May 15, 2015, to

Readmore here:

Finance & Business Summer Internship in Alexandria

Job Description:
CALIBRE seeks a Research Assistant Intern to assist in market research, data analysis, report writing, and briefing development in support of its Performance and Cost Management (PCM) Division. A successful candidate will possess a strong understanding of research methods, data analytics/statistical analysis, and proven writing skills. He or she will be a member of a team that works closely with other team members, and must be able to work on multiple projects at a time.
*We are looking to fill positions available Summer 2015* (applicants must be going into their junior or senior year during Fall of 2015)*

Required Skills:

The ideal candidate:
- Able to obtain an interim DoD security clearance.
- Able to conduct detailed analysis and communicate results clearly through both written and spoken means.
- Able to summarize data information into PowerPoint presentations.
- Able to solve problems and think logically.
- Able to communicate effectively and maintain good relationships and work effectively with other team members.
- Must possess current and direct experience in and exhibit the ability to use Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, etc.) without instruction.

Required Experience:

Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university and will enter their junior or senior year in the Fall of 2015 pursuing a degree in Business/Finance/Accounting/Economics, Management Science, Applied Science, Information Technology, Mathematics / Systems Analysis, Engineering, or Humanities. (Other education, commensurate experience and demonstrated ability of individual may be substituted.)

Apply here.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Seniors and Recent Grads: Researcher positions with Eurasia Group in NYC, DC, and London

Each candidate chosen to be a Researcher in the Political Risk Training Program will work with one or more analysts in the regional or functional practice group at Eurasia Group that best matches his or her experience, interests, and language skills. The Researcher will provide research support, including basic primary and secondary source information-gathering for our analysts' written products and client meetings, as well as general administrative assistance. The program will also include a formal training component, focusing on key issues in the preparation and presentation of political risk analysis.

This program provides full-time employment at Eurasia Group for one year. The program will be run in the firm's New York, Washington and London offices. All candidates must have US or UK work authorization.

Candidates must have the following skills, knowledge, and abilities:

• a bachelor's degree in political science, regional studies, or economics
• deep knowledge, in-country experience and foreign language fluency of the related country or sub-region (if applicable)
• a strong interest in the interaction between politics and financial markets
• ability to exercise independent judgment when evaluating relevant data that will contribute to the firm's analytical products
• comfort working in a dynamic, fast-paced environment that requires critical thinking, solid writing skills, and concise argumentation

Eurasia Group is looking for researchers in the following roles:

Friday, May 1, 2015

Apply to become a BSOS Peer Mentor for Fall 2015!

The BSOS Peer Mentor program is a great way for students to gain leadership experience, build public speaking skills and gain elective credits.

The Peer Mentor Program is a component of the student services offered by the BSOS Advising Center. The primary role of Peer Mentors is to teach the BSOS Graduation Planning workshops each semester and conduct various presentations in BSOS UNIV100 sections. Through the services they provide to fellow students, Peer Mentors gain leadership, presentation, and public speaking skills. In preparation for their required tasks, all Peer Mentors are expected to attend weekly class sessions and serve for at least two semesters. Students will earn 1 academic credit after successful completion of each semester.

-Primary major must be in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
-Must be a BSOS major for a minimum of 2 semesters
-Sophomore, junior, or senior standing with intentions to return for Spring 2016
-At least a 2.5 GPA within major
-Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5+ (Required Submission of Unofficial Transcript)
-Must be in good judicial/academic standing

How To Apply:
-go to
-Complete the application
-Print and submit to Brandon Clark at the BSOS Advising Office 2148 Tydings Hall
-Priority Deadline: May 20, 2015
-Final Deadline:  June 26, 2015

For More Information:
Go to

Ivy Zheng at or Brandon Clark at
College of Behavioral & Social Sciences
University of Maryland
2148 Tydings Hall
College Park, MD 20742

Internships and Jobs with NSA

To invent something truly groundbreaking, to solve previously unsolvable problems, you can't think in a box. That's why the men and women of NSA are encouraged to take playtime just as seriously as work time.They create music and paintings, run marathons and climb mountains, read academic journals and Top 10 fiction.So when it's time to get back to the office, the juices are flowing, the dots are connecting, and the team is ready to solve complex problems ... all in support of national security.

Do more. Be more. At NSA.

The Benefits Can't Be Beat

As a world leader in signals intelligence and information assurance, NSA knows how to grow and develop an extraordinary workforce.

You'll earn a competitive paycheck. Enjoy flexible work hours. Take advantage of training and development programs. Rest easy knowing that your retirement plan and health care benefits are some of the best in the nation.

Now Hiring

If you are in one of the following fields, we strongly encourage you to apply:
• Computer/Electrical Engineering
• Computer Science
• Cybersecurity
• Information Assurance
• Mathematics
• Foreign Language
• Intelligence Analysis
• Cryptanalysis
• Signals Analysis
• Business Management
• Finance and Accounting

Attention Students

NSA offers students the opportunity to earn while you learn through internships, scholarships and co-op programs.

Learn more about available career opportunities and application instructions by visiting