STEM Opportunities

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College Qualified Leaders (CQL) matches practicing DoD scientists with talented undergraduate students creating a direct mentor-student relationship, providing participants with training that is unparalleled at most colleges. CQL students receive firsthand research experience and exposure to DoD laboratories. CQL fosters desire in its participants to pursue further training and careers in STEM. Selected participants may participate year-round or for the summer only. Applications are accepted throughout the year.

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The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Scholars Program offers stipend-paid summer internship opportunities to undergraduate and graduate level university students pursuing STEM degrees, as well as upper-level high school students; select locations also offer internships to university students pursuing education-related degrees and K-12 professional educators. The selected interns gain valuable hands-on experiences working with full-time AFRL scientists and engineers on cutting-edge research and technology and are able to contribute to unique, research-based projects. Graduate interns are able to collaborate with AFRL on current research and incorporate the research into their graduate work.

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The AFRL/DAGSI Ohio Student-Faculty Research Fellowship program, funded primarily by Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE), supports science and engineering graduate students and faculty who conduct research in areas targeted by the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. As of January 2019, DAGSI also has a Cooperative Agreement (FA8650-19-2-9300) with AFRL. This agreement is flexible, allowing for AFRL to either cost share with DAGSI and/or a university or to fund a project in its entirety. Prospective applicants should discuss this possibility with their topic sponsors.

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Graduate students and faculty from any of the seventeen university members of the Ohio Department of Higher Education\u2019s Research Officers\u2019 Council (ROC) with graduate science and engineering programs are eligible to participate.

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The Office of the Secretary of Defense/Washington Headquarters Services (OSD/WHS) offers volunteer opportunities to students enrolled in an accredited high school, trade school, college and/or university. These opportunities allow students to explore career options in their field of study and develop personal and professional skills. Volunteer students are exposed to the work environment while learning about the Department of Defense missions and responsibilities. Student volunteer service is enriching and benefits include:

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  • Career exploration early in your academic studies.
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  • Exposure to new and emerging occupations and professions.
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  • Academic credit for the work you perform.
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  • Experience enhances your ability in future job endeavors.
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The NRC Research Associateship Programs (RAP) promote excellence in scientific and technological research conducted by the U.S. government through the administration of programs offering graduate, postdoctoral, and senior level research opportunities at sponsoring federal laboratories and affiliated institutions.

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In the NRC Research Associateship Programs, prospective applicants select a research project or projects from among a large group of Research Opportunities available through this website. Prior to completing an application, prospective applicants should contact the Research Adviser listed with the selected Research Opportunity(ies) to assure that funding will be available if the application is recommended by NRC Research Associateship Programs panels.

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The 2020 application cycle has begun for our Summer Internship Program at the Information Directorate of the Air Force Research Laboratory. This is a paid summer internship opportunity for students currently enrolled in an accredited college or university at the freshman level through PhD level (U.S. CITIZENS ONLY) to work on-site with AFRL researchers on a wide variety of research projects.

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The majority of the students selected will be majoring in technical fields such as Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics. For basic information on the areas of research that the selected interns will be working in, please view the AFRL/RI Core Competencies. There could be a few positions available in accounting and finance and multimedia (graphic's, graphic communications, marketing, etc.)

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HSAP provides current rising high school juniors and seniors with an authentic science and engineering research experience alongside university researchers sponsored by the Army Research Office. Though this commuter program, students will learn research methods and develop skills in Army critical research areas in a university lab setting, preparing them for the next steps of their educational and professional career.

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REAP is a summer STEM program that places talented high school students, from groups historically underserved in STEM, in research apprenticeships at area colleges and universities. REAP apprentices work under the direct supervision of a mentor on a hands-on research project. REAP apprentices are exposed to the real world of research, they gain valuable mentorship, and they learn about education and career opportunities in STEM. REAP apprenticeships are 5-8 weeks in length (minimum of 200 hours) and apprentices receive a stipend.

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URAP provides undergraduate students with an authentic science and engineering research experience alongside university researchers sponsored by the Army Research Office. Through this commuter program, students will develop skills in Army critical science and engineering research areas in a university lab setting to prepare them for the next steps of their educational and professional career.

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Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) Student Research Program provides research internships for undergraduate and graduate science and engineering students. Students work at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base at either the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) or the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL).

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The application window is open and ongoing.

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The Consortium Research Fellows Program (CRFP) is a partnership between the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area and several Department of Defense agencies. The CRFP fosters a strong relationship between the higher education community and DoD. Students work in Defense settings, become more knowledgeable about research and development, and increase the country's pool of scientific talent. Professors lend their specialized expertise to DoD projects and widen the scope of their research. Government researchers accomplish their goals more efficiently and develop new areas of inquiry. Transfer of technology accelerates. When the higher education and Federal research communities cooperate, everyone benefits. Open to undergraduates, graduates and post docs.

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The application window is open and ongoing.

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You will operate under a rotational program, alternating semesters of full-time work with full-time study from entry into the program until graduation. We require a minimum of 52 weeks of co-op work experience prior to graduation. During your work tour, you will work a regular 40-hour week. Each work tour is designed to reveal the specific areas you may want to focus on as a career.

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The Cryptanalysis and Signals Analysis Summer Program (CASASP) gives undergraduate mathematicians and computer scientists a chance to contribute to mission-essential technical operations at the NSA. Our mission is to transform collected data into a format analysts can readily consume for intelligence purposes by analyzing signals and protocals, and overcoming security measures. Each summer we invite twelve students to learn, use and further NSA\u2019s tradecraft as they work on operational problems of national importance. If you possess imagination, initiative and intellectual curiosity, apply for the CASASP.

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The CASASP runs from the end of May through the middle of August and is open to students majoring in mathematics, computer science or a related field. Some programming experience is desirable. CASASP begins with classified briefings on modern cryptograph and on operational projects which will form the basis for research throughout the summer. Problems involve applications of math, statistics, computer science, reverse engineering and software development. We work with data from many sources, analyze a wide range of technologies and provide access to cutting-edge computing resources. Results are integrated into production system to provide new capabilities to our organization.

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The Graduate Mathematics Program (GMP) is a summer program for students currently enrolled in a graduate program. The GMP provides an opportunity for exceptional mathematics and statistics graduate students to work directly with NSA Mathematicians and Statisticians on mission-critical problems and experience the excitement of the NSA technical community first-hand. The students participating in this program work on a wide range of problems involving mathematics, statistics, data analysis, cryptology and communications technology. Students document their work in technical papers which are internally published at the Agency. State of the art computing resources are available to GMP participants. Computational software packages such as Mathematica, MATLAB, Magma, MAPLE and S-PLUS are also available.

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The Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information Integration (ASD (NII)) annually announces a Department of Defense Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP) grant and scholarship competition.

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The program is designed to:

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  • Increase the number of new entrants to DoD who possess key information assurance (IA) and IT skill sets
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  • Serve as a mechanism to build the nation's IA infrastructure through grants to colleges and universities jointly designated by the National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Defense as Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education
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  • Serve as a tool to develop and retain well-educated military and DoD civilian personnel who support the Department's critical IT management and infrastructure protection functions
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The Director\u2019s Summer Program (DSP) is a highly competitive program that seeks to reach the nation\u2019s most outstanding undergraduate mathematics majors. Each summer, we invite exceptional undergraduate students to put their skills to the test solving problems in mathematics, cryptology and communications technology in support of the national security mission. These problems often involve applications of abstract algebra, geometry, number theory, analysis, probability, statistics, combinatorics, graph theory, algorithms, and computer science. State of the art computing resources are available to all students. Computational algebra packages, including Mathematics, MATLAB, Magma and MAPLE are available, in addition to a variety of statistics packages.

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The DSP is looking for students who have distinguished themselves in undergraduate research or national mathematics competitions. At the beginning of the summer, students are presented with introductory lectures on modern cryptography and a set of problems as the focus of his or her research. Throughout the summer, students are mentored by Agency experts, collaborate to solve challenging problems, and present their work in both technical talks and papers, which are internally published at NSA.

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The DSP is a 12 week program that runs from the end of May through mid-August each year and is open to students majoring in mathematics. Computer science and Physics majors with either a minor in math or a strong math curriculum may also apply. Applicants should have demonstrated superior mathematical aptitude. One full year of upper level mathematics (abstract algebra or analysis) is strong recommended. Some computer programming experience is desirable.

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The Summer Language Program is a 12-week internship intended for high-potential, full-time college upperclassmen and graduate students. Foreign language proficiency combined with a wide array of majors and minors will be considered for this program, which can be a one-summer or two-summer internship. The program may begin after your sophomore year, and if mutually agreeable, continue during the summer after your junior year. Likewise, the program may begin the summer after your junior year and continue the summer between your senior and your first year of graduate school. The program may also take place in the summers between years of graduate study. Participation during a second summer is encouraged but not required. At the end of your internship, an offer may be extended for you to join NSA in a full-time position after graduation.

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The Summer Language Program is hiring students with proficiency in Arabic, Chinese, Farsi, Korean, and Russian. The languages may change from year to year based on the agency's projected hiring needs.

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Advanced Course in Cyber Security Bootcamp (ACE) seeks to produce the next-generation cyber security leaders from the top students at US colleges and universities, targeting the best in computer engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, mathematics and physics. ACE develops students into problem solvers, original thinkers and technical leaders. A 10-week tradecraft curriculum and a capstone exercise provide the forum for the cadets to put into practice the educational concepts learned in the course, to test state-of-the-art tools and to gather data for use in ongoing activities.

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The National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship is a highly competitive, portable fellowship that is awarded to U.S. citizens and nationals who intend to pursue a doctoral degree in one of fifteen supported disciplines. NDSEG confers high honors upon its recipients, and allows them to attend whichever U.S. institution they choose. NDSEG Fellowships last for three years and pay for full tuition and all mandatory fees, a monthly stipend, and up to $1,000 a year in medical insurance (this excludes dental and vision insurance).

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The Department of Defense (DoD) is committed to increasing the number and quality of our nation's scientists and engineers, and towards this end, has awarded nearly 3,400 NDSEG fellowships since the program's inception in 1989. The NDSEG Fellowship is sponsored by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), the Army Research Office (ARO), and the Office of Naval Research (ONR), under the direction of the Director of Defense Research and Engineering (DDR&E).

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NSA\u2019s SICP provides thriving, TS/SCI-cleared college students the opportunity to support the SIGINT service as a salaried intern during the summer following their freshmen, sophomore, and/or junior years. The SICP has traditionally selected college students pursuing computer science-related degrees who completed projects involving the development and production of tools, software applications and/or hardware. The SICP now also looks for students who are savvy with a computer but are not overly focused on a technical curriculum and can apply their learning and skills that assist in technical development. Students also leverage those skills to support the development of collection strategies across a vast architecture, implement mission targeting and lawful compliance, manage collection tasks and understand critical mission data flows. All of this work is done in response to high priority national and tactical foreign intelligence requirements.

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SICP interns are mentored by experienced SIGINT professionals who conduct SIGINT collection operations and/or build state-of-the-art capabilities. Some SICP interns will have the opportunity to enhance their computer science and engineering knowledge and skills. Others will sharpen their analytic, problem solving, research, critical thinking and other talents to solve real world collection challenges. Students leave the SICP having gained a whole new appreciation for the value and utility of their field of study. SICP interns will also have the opportunity to discover various career paths they could perhaps pursue in the future as full-time NSA employees. Finally, the friendships and networks SICP interns build during their tour may last a lifetime.

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This program brings college students into the Security and Counterintelligence (S&CI) world for internships during the summer(s) between their sophomore to senior years. This program permits summer interns to actively participate in or support ongoing S&CI mission activities in areas such as personnel security investigations, security clearance adjudications, physical security and access control, antiterrorism/force protection, and/or counterintelligence programs. S&CI interns will work directly under the guidance of veteran security professionals responsible for protecting NSA personnel, facilities and operations worldwide and, in the process, gain an understanding of how the S&CI Directorate supports and interacts with the larger NSA/CSS enterprise and counterpart organizations across the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense.

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Are you looking for a unique opportunity to learn about The National Security Agency (NSA) mission while also directly contributing to the NSA's civil liberties and privacy efforts? Would you like to join a team that promotes meaningful government transparency while helping NSA achieve the right balance between privacy and national security? During your tour in NSA's Civil Liberties and Privacy Office (CLPO) you will see firsthand how fundamental privacy principles influence decision making at NSA on a daily basis.

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The Summer Intern Program for Science and Technology (SIP/ST) is a full-time, 12-week summer internship program open to college juniors who are concentrating their studies in the disciplines of computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, network engineering, software engineering or telecommunications.

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SIP/ST participants have an opportunity to work with leading computer scientists and engineers on the nation's toughest cyber problems while enhancing their skills in assignments related to their major. The students work closely with a project mentor on a specific, mission-focused problem while learning in an exciting high-tech environment.

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The Summer Program for Operations Research Technology (SPORT) is a 12-week internship for graduate students enrolled in an M.S. (combined BS/MS also accepted) or Ph.D. program who have experience with one or more of the following: Applied Mathematics, Data Science and Statistics, Mathematical Programming and Optimization, Modeling and Simulation, Computer Networking, or Computer Programming Languages. The goal of this program is to offer top graduate students with highly developed operations research skills an opportunity to apply their academic knowledge in the stimulating professional atmosphere of one of the most advanced intelligence settings in the world.

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Particular areas of technical interest include: Operations Research, Modeling and Simulation, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Computer Network Engineering, Management Science, Decision Analysis, Optimization, Mathematical Programming, Applied Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, Data Science, and Big Data Analytics.

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This program supports the Strategic Communications organization's role of providing accurate and timely information on NSA's signals intelligence and information assurance missions and accomplishments to a variety of audiences using state-of-the-art messaging products. Candidates will be considered for internships in one of the following areas:

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  • Corporate communications, messaging & public affairs (responsible for communications and major initiatives directed to both the worldwide NSA workforce and external audiences)
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  • Multimedia production (videography and/or animation to support corporate video production)
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  • Creative Imaging (creating original artwork ranging from project graphics, cartooning, web graphic images, storyboarding and presentation graphics; and photography.
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The Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE) in Cyber Operations Summer Intern Program (CAE-Cyber Ops Summer Intern Program) is the National Security Agency's (NSA) premier outreach program for students enrolled in the Cyber Operations specialization at NSA-designated universities. Selectees will be invited to participate in a 12-week summer program to gain knowledge of specific cyber-related topics and apply educational knowledge to address various real world mission-related technical challenges. Participants in the program will work on a broad range of problems involving applications of computer science and engineering. The goals of the CAE in Cyber Operations Summer Intern Program are to:

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  • Introduce our country's future leaders in cyber-related fields to the agency's mission and share the excitement of working on problems of national importance
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  • Provide a deep understanding of the vital role that computer science and engineering play in enabling the agency to tackle a diverse set of technical challenges
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  • Encourage undergraduate and graduate computer science and engineering students to continue cyber-related studies and careers.
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  • Afford participants the opportunity to provide solutions to current operational problems
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The NSA Office of Reasonable Accommodations and Accessibility Intern Program has several intense and exciting 12 week internships open to select master\u2019s level counseling students and also select masters and bachelor level sign language Interpreting students. Positions available for the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters. Interns will gain practical experience within workplace accommodations and will gain a broad understanding of the reasonable accommodation process and implementation by working alongside experienced sign language interpreters and reasonable accommodation experts.

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Are you looking for an opportunity that will provide innovative professional work experiences that are significant and meaningful to your career and academic goals, enable you to explore the fascinating and unique world of intelligence, an give you the opportunity to serve your country? Look no further than the National Security Agency (NSA). NSA\u2019s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) Summer Intern Program offers the opportunity for training and experience in auditing multiple disciplines (e.g., program performance, cybersecurity and financial statements). The OIG Summer Internship offers full-time paid internships for undergraduate and master\u2019s degree students each year. It is a 12-week program that gives rising college seniors or graduate level students a wide variety of opportunities to be agents for change, analyze operations for efficiency and effectiveness and deliver results to our customers to reduce program costs and provide value to NSA and the US taxpayer.

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Data Center Management (DCM) is a dynamic, emerging field created to govern the facilities and complex engineering frameworks that support massive parallel computing systems. DCM involves an unprecedented integrated approach that combines power and HVAC engineering disciplines with telecommunications and business management. All of these branches of knowledge join together to help create a safe and secure environment where parallel computing systems and their infrastructure can operate at peak efficiency with optimal potential for future expansion. DCM also involves ensuring that efficient and forward-thinking practices are implemented during the construction, installation and maintenance projects that occur regularly within the walls of an operating data center.

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The program is a 12-week internship that provides students with real world exposure to data center management and technology. Participants will gain experience through a hands-on approach to what it takes to manage a data center. From deployments of new systems and their associated mechanical, electrical, and IT requirements, participants will have gained valuable knowledge and insight for a growing demand in the data center marketplace.

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The Computer Science Intern Program (CSIP) is an intense and exciting 12-week immersive internship open to select college undergraduate and graduate students majoring in computer science or closely related disciplines. Interns are assigned to projects that contribute to NSA's mission. Projects culminate in a short presentation and technical paper. Projects are typically in the areas of:

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  • Big Data
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  • Information Retrieval
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  • Information Visualization
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  • Computer and Network Security
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  • Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence
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  • Human Language Technology/Computational Linguistics
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  • Ontology/Taxonomy and Graphical Analysis
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  • Information Query and Question Answering
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  • Knowledge and Data Representation, Distillation and Sharing
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  • Knowledge and Database Crawling
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  • Software Agent Planning and Control
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  • Signal Processing
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  • Architecture & Systems
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The Cyber Summer Program (CSP) is the National Security Agency's (NSA) premier outreach effort to the very best undergraduate and graduate computer science, engineering, mathematics, network security and information assurance students in the country. Each summer we invite up to 24 exceptional students to participate in a 12-week program where they work together, and in teams, directly with NSA technical professionals on mission-critical cyber-related problems.

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The goals of the Cyber Summer Program are to:

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  • Introduce our country's future leaders in cyber-related fields to the agency's mission and share with them the excitement of working on problems of national importance.
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  • Provide a deep understanding of the vital role that computer science, engineering, mathematics, network security and information assurance plays in enabling the agency to tackle a diverse set of technical challenges.
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  • Encourage bright undergraduate computer science, engineering, mathematics, network security and information assurance majors to continue their studies and pursue careers in the cyber-related fields.
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  • Provide solutions to current operational problems.
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Are you looking for an opportunity that will provide innovative professional work experiences that are significant and meaningful to your career and academic goals, enable you to explore the fascinating and unique world of intelligence, and give you the opportunity to serve your country? Look no further than the National Security Agency (NSA). NSA\u2019s Business Management & Acquisition (BM&A) Summer Intern Program offers the opportunity for training and experience within a multi-faceted business discipline. The BM&A Summer Internship offers full-time paid internships for undergraduate and master\u2019s degree students each year. It is a 12-week program that gives rising college seniors or graduate level students the opportunity to build knowledge and skills in the business field.

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How would you like to spend your summer developing technological solutions that contribute to the security of our nation? Where you can work and see that your efforts are supporting the broader Intelligence Community and our Armed Forces? Does the prospect of applying your skills to the NSA/CSS mission spark your interest?

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Don\u2019t be left out! The National Security Agency has limited positions for a 12-week summer internship at our field sites in Georgia, Hawaii, Colorado, or Texas.

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Join our highly energetic, highly mobile and incredibly challenging team environment focused on the real-time protection of our troops in harm\u2019s way while also providing high level policy makers with critical information for National-level decision! Not only is the mission incredibly rewarding, we consider ourselves an entrepreneur\u2019s dream! You bring the talent and expertise and we will provide the challenge and opportunities. Opportunities to be part of real mission solutions and opportunities to lead those projects and brief leadership. Join us! Take charge of your professional development and experience a \u201conce-in-a-lifetime\u201d internship.

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Internships are available for high-potential, full-time college students majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math. These programs offer students an opportunity to gain hands-on work experience while building knowledge and skills in fundamental aspects of the NSA mission.

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Interns will be hired on a Temporary Appointment for a term of no more than 12 weeks following the beginning of the internship. Interns must reapply yearly to participate in subsequent summers.

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The National Physical Science Consortium (NPSC) is an organization of leading universities, national laboratories and corporations that aims to increase the number of qualified U.S. citizen Ph.D.s in the physical sciences and related engineering fields. It emphasizes recruitment of a diverse applicant pool of women and historically underrepresented minorities. NPSC offers a unique six-year doctoral fellowship program in astronomy, chemistry, computer science, geology, materials sciences, mathematical sciences, physics and their subdisciplines. The consortium is dedicated to increasing the existing pool of Ph.D.s to provide industry and higher education with diversity and balance for the future of scientific research in America. As a corporate member of the consortium, NSA sponsors students pursuing doctorate degrees in mathematics, engineering, computer science, and physics. In addition to providing financial support through membership dues, NSA also provides technical mentoring and at least two summers of employment to each sponsored student.

\n","field_opportunity_website":"https://apply.intelligencecareers.gov/student-tiles","field_military_branch":"NSA","field_opportunity_type":"Internships / Apprenticeships"}},{"node":{"title":"Health Promotion & Wellness (HPW) Intern Program","field_opportunity_date":"2020-08-01T00:00:00-07:00 to 2020-10-15T00:00:00-07:00","field_sponsor_name":"NSA/Office of Occupational Health, Environmental, and Safety Services","field_opportunity_summary":"

The Health Promotion and Wellness Summer Intern Program is an intense and exciting 12-week internship open to select college undergraduate or master's level students majoring in the field of health promotion and wellness, health education or related fields. Interns will gain practical health promotion experience within the Office of Occupational Health, Environmental, and Safety Services (OHESS).

\n","field_opportunity_website":"https://apply.intelligencecareers.gov/student-tiles","field_military_branch":"NSA","field_opportunity_type":"Internships / Apprenticeships"}},{"node":{"title":"Human Resources (HR) Intern Program","field_opportunity_date":"2020-08-01T00:00:00-07:00 to 2020-10-15T00:00:00-07:00","field_sponsor_name":"NSA/Intelligence Community","field_opportunity_summary":"

Summers at NSA will be educational and exciting for undergraduates majoring in Human Resources (HR) (an alternative major with a minor or concentration in Human Resources is also acceptable). HR Interns at NSA will gain practical HR experience while putting their intelligence and creativity to work at the world's technology leader and top cryptologic organization in the U.S. Intelligence Community. NSA HR interns will spend the summer working in one of these specialty areas: Total Compensation, HR Strategies, Recruitment and Staffing, Benefits and Employee services, HR Information Systems, or Global HR Service Delivery.

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The Installation & Logistics (I&L) Intern Program is intended for individuals interested in project management and electrical, power, mechanical or civil engineering fields, and supply chain and business management operations. In addition to gaining valuable work experience, interns will gain substantial exposure to NSA's mission operations through I&L's supporting functions.

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Interns will have the opportunity to interact with leaders on a daily basis and receive unparalleled mentorship and professional development, as well as gain a deeper understanding of NSA\u2019s mission through tours of various facilities and sites. The internship will culminate in a final presentation to Senior Leadership, describing their projects and summer experience at NSA. By the end of the program, students will be skillful in their understanding of the infrastructure backbone of an intelligence agency.

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The program is a 12-week internship consisting of direct involvement with selected NSA facilities construction/renovation projects from planning and design through construction, commissioning, activation and occupancy. Interns are also involved in ensuring that projects run according to schedule, are cost effective and meet customer objectives.

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Are you looking for an opportunity that will provide innovative professional work experiences that are significant and meaningful to your career and academic goals, enable you to explore the fascinating and unique world of intelligence, and give you the opportunity to serve your country? Look no further than the National Security Agency (NSA). NSA's Intelligence Analysis (IA) Summer Internship offers the opportunity for training in a multi-faceted cryptologic discipline. The IA Summer Internship offers full-time paid internships for undergraduate and master's degree students each year. It is an intensive 12-week program that gives rising college seniors or graduate level students the opportunity to build knowledge and skills in the intelligence analysis field.

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The Summer Intern Program for Information Assurance (SIPIA) is a 12-week summer program meant to help accelerate your career in the field of Information Assurance (IA) by working for NSA. SIPIA hosts high potential students pursuing Bachelor's (between junior and senior year), Master's or Ph.D. technical degrees (listed below) that can contribute to the IA mission. Interns will be involved in projects that enable the cyber mission force through current analysis, expertise, training and tools. Interns will be involved in IA projects, including protecting and defending the nation's information systems networks and outmaneuvering cyber adversaries. To participate in this program, students must return to school for at least one semester following the internship.

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For purposes of this program, IA encompasses the scientific, technical, and management disciplines required to ensure computer and network security, such as:

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  • System/network administration and operations
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  • Systems security engineering
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  • Information assurance systems and product acquisition
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  • Cryptography
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  • Threat and vulnerability assessment, including risk management
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  • Cyber security
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  • The operations of computer emergency response teams
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  • Information assurance training, education, and management
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  • Computer forensics
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  • Defensive information operations.
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The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) gives high school students an opportunity to participate for eight-weeks in a paid summer research project at various Department of Navy laboratories. Students gain realworld, hands-on experience and research skills while being exposed to DoD science and technology.
\nThe closing date is approximate until confirmed.

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The Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program (NREIP) is a 10-week undergraduate and graduate research opportunity at one of 41 Naval laboratories or warfare centers. Accepted students gain real-world, hands-on expereince and research skills while being introduced to the Navy and Marine Corps science and technology environment.

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The Stokes Educational Scholarship Program, formerly known as the Undergraduate Training Program, facilitates the recruitment of individuals, particularly minority high school students, who have demonstrated skills critical to NSA. Stokes is open to high school seniors planning on majoring in computer science or computer/electrical engineering.

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