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The Central Intelligence Agency safeguards you and the nation from threats posed by our foreign adversaries. We work diligently to know the plans and intentions of those who intend to do us harm and we need students and alumni from every possible major and background, and especially those with language skills, to help us. Many employers recruit on campus, but few can provide the opportunity for you to use your knowledge, skills, and abilities towards a more important mission.
CIA Representatives will provide information regarding the variety of career and paid internship opportunities available. The presentation will include details about application processes and suggestions for making yourself competitive for employment, including tips for writing cover letters and resumes, and preparing for an interview with CIA. Students of all language backgrounds are encouraged to attend.
The CIA has numerous full-time positions as well as undergraduate and graduate internships and scholarships. There are opportunities for foreign travel, additional language training, and overseas postings. CIA provides competitive salaries, relocation expenses, and student loan repayment programs. All positions require US citizenship, relocation to the Washington, DC metropolitan area, and a top secret security clearance. CIA’s drug-use policy requires no marijuana or products containing THC use within 90 days of applying, and within one year for other illegal drugs.
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- Center for Careers & Internships