Careers in the American Intelligence Community.

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  1. CTNope

    CTNope Member

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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.
     
  2. DesertCaliMom

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  3. Capt MJ

    Capt MJ 10-Year Member

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    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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