Join NSA employees who work in the NSA’s language world as they explain what it means to be a language analyst. Find out about the training involved, where your language career might take you, and what to expect of the hiring process. The NSA seeks to hire individuals highly proficient in foreign languages that are of critical importance to the security of the United States and its allies. Learn more from the NSA Language Recruiter and from the Director of the Agency’s Summer Language Program, a 12-week, paid internship for students at the graduate and undergraduate level. The internship is a great way to get a feel for whether the NSA might be the right career choice for you.
The National Security Agency (NSA) is a key member of the United States intelligence community and leads the government in cryptologic intelligence, with a focus on foreign communications. The NSA has opportunities available for recent grads looking for entry-level positions, as well as for experienced professionals looking for a change. We welcome candidates of all skill levels whether you have prior government experience or are coming from the private sector. A diverse array of professionals is represented in the NSA workforce including: mathematicians, civil engineers, electrical engineers, intelligence analysts, language analysts, physicists, computer scientists, researchers, security officers, data flow experts, budget analysts, contract specialists, finance managers, and many more.
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