Careers in the American Intelligence Community.

CTNope

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Good Afternoon,

I am looking into civilian schooling, and thus after civilian school, a civilian job.
I've always had an interest in intelligence and that was only invigorated after a brief stint at a cyber command. I have formed a very good relationship with an intelligence officer at my current command, but I haven't had any real exposure to the Intel community.
I am looking for someone to reach out to me, to chat some about the IC.

I understand that for the most part, you have to already be in the dark room to know what people in the room are doing.
 

Capt MJ

Formerly Known As Attila The Hunnette
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Good Afternoon,

I am looking into civilian schooling, and thus after civilian school, a civilian job.
I've always had an interest in intelligence and that was only invigorated after a brief stint at a cyber command. I have formed a very good relationship with an intelligence officer at my current command, but I haven't had any real exposure to the Intel community.
I am looking for someone to reach out to me, to chat some about the IC.

I understand that for the most part, you have to already be in the dark room to know what people in the room are doing.

CT, as a vet who will have a college degree in a few years, and has successfully held a clearance, you will be an attractive candidate for the "ABC" agencies. There are door-kickers but also analysts in all areas.

Browse in the Fed sector:

https://www.nsa.gov/resources/students/programs-internships/

https://www.cia.gov/careers/military-transition

https://www.cia.gov/careers/student-opportunities/index.html


http://www.dia.mil/Careers/Students/

https://www.fbijobs.gov/veterans

https://www.fbijobs.gov/students

http://www.oni.navy.mil/Join-Us/Intern-Programs/

You have many paths open to you.
 
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