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CIA Campus Visit and Information Sessions
October 11 — 6:00 pm to October 14 — 1:00 pm
A CIA representative will visit campus to connect with students and share information about internships and full-time careers.
Capacity is limited and seats will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Internships and full-time careers with CIA
Tuesday, 11 October 6-7 p.m. AND 7:30-8:30 p m.
Come find out how your unique skills, interests and education could turn into a career with the Central Intelligence Agency. With more than 100 occupations, there are ways you may have thought of (and some that may surprise you!) to use your skills. A CIA representative will be here to provide an overview of the organization’s mission, structure, and positions and answer your questions about what life is like as a CIA officer, and what a career might look like for you. Feel free to bring resumes and your questions! *You must be a U.S. citizen (or dual citizen with one being U.S.) to apply for positions with CIA.
Myth-Busting and the CIA Application Process
Wednesday, 12 October 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Bring your lunch, coffee, and questions to a discussion with a CIA representative about the realities of careers with CIA and the application process.
Languages & Study Abroad and the CIA
Wednesday, 12 October 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Have you studied abroad? Have language skills? Want to put them to use along with your education and unique skills to help our national security? Hear from a CIA representative about the numerous occupations that can leverage these skills in a career.
Wednesday, 12 October 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Ready to apply for a career or internship with the CIA? Bring your laptop and a CIA representative can help review your resume and cover letter and walk you through the application process online! Be sure to take a look at the website CIA.gov in advance to identify the positions of most interest and review all the requisite pieces for application. Be sure your laptop contains all necessary documents for the application including a draft cover letter, resume, transcript, writing samples (if needed), and scanned copies of proof of US citizenship (see CIA.gov for approved documents)
Data Science, Information Technology, and Careers with the CIA
Friday, 14 October 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Ever wondered about how you might use your skills and interests to support our national security? Here’s your chance to hear from a CIA recruiter about opportunities to leverage your experience with Information Technology in a career with the Intelligence Community. There are opportunities to use those skills in traditional ways, as well as some ways you may not have thought of! Feel free to bring resumes, questions, and your curiosity to the discussion.