Monday, October 27, 2014

Summer Strategic Communications Intern Program (SSCIP)

The Summer Strategic Communications Intern Program is for students enrolled in one or more of the following areas of study: writing, editing, journalism, public relations, marketing or advertising; visual arts, television production, motion picture production, or 3-D animation; museum collections management, archives or conservation areas.

About the Program

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:
Corporate Communications, Messaging & Public Affairs (responsible for communications and major initiatives directed to both the worldwide NSA workforce and external audiences)
Multimedia production (videography and/or animation to support corporate video production)
The National Cryptologic Museum (projects relating to the collections or to the ongoing research interests of the curatorial staff in the museum or in the field)

Application Deadlines

Closes October 31st

Salary

Students are paid a competitive salary commensurate with their education level.

Benefits 

Receive annual leave, sick leave and paid federal holidays
Participation in agency-wide extracurricular programs
Students who attend schools in excess of 75 miles from Ft. Meade, MD, are eligible for a round trip airfare ticket to and from school or mileage reimbursement up to the cost of a government-issued airline ticket.
Daily transportation to and from work is not provided. Students participating in the program are highly encouraged to bring a vehicle. Carpooling with other students MAY be available but NOT guaranteed
Subsidized housing accommodations are available upon request if school is located in excess of 75 miles from NSA main HQs campus

Qualifications 

Must be a U.S. citizen
Must be eligible to be granted a security clearance
Applicants must have completed 2 years of study in a discipline related to the assignment of interest. Fields include – but are not limited to – writing, editing, journalism, public relations, marketing or advertising; visual arts, television production, motion picture production, or 3-D animation; museum collections management, archives or conservation.
A cumulative GPA point average of 3.0 is preferred
Must be available for an operational interview and other applicable processing between December 2014 and March 2015
Must possess strong written and oral communication skills

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted online before October 31st. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

To submit a resume online during open season, click any "Apply Online" link. Under "Basic Job Search," type in keywords "Summer Strategic Communications" and click on "Search." Select "Summer Strategic Communications Intern Program" and click "Apply Now." Follow the directions as prompted.

To be considered for Strategic Communications Intern Program, your application should include:
Official transcripts
A resume

IMPORTANT: When applying online, you may only submit your resume. Please email the requested documentation to Summer_Interns@nsa.gov or by mail at the following address:

National Security Agency
Office of Recruitment
9800 Savage Road, Suite 6779
Fort Meade, MD 20755-6779
Attn: MB3, Strategic Communications Intern Program

Questions

If you have questions about the Strategic Communications Intern Program, please contact us at the address above or call 1-866-NSA-HIRE. You may also e-mail Summer_Interns@nsa.gov or call (410) 854-4726.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

The CIA’s National Clandestine Service (NCS) Visiting Campus!

The CIA’s National Clandestine Service (NCS) is looking for a wide range of majors for overseas and Washington, DC based positions (please see attachments). Jennifer Barlament, Chief of the NCS Hiring Division, who is also a University of Wisconsin-Madison alumna, will be visiting campus on October 27 and is interested in meeting with students to discuss full-time and student positions at the Agency.

Jennifer Barlament will be hosting a session with students from 5-6:30pm on October 27th with time for Q&A till 7pm in the Law School room #5246. If you are interested in attending this event please RSVP via the Qualtrics survey: https://uwmadison.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0eyj9fUhMa8koYZ

If you have any questions please contact Marie Koko, in L&S Career Services http://careers.ls.wisc.edu/

Monday, October 20, 2014

Badger 2 Badger: Student and Alumni Networking Session at Homecoming 2014

Varsity III, Union South
Thursday, October 23, 4:00 - 5:00 pm
No RSVP Required
Casual Dress (but tailored!*)

During the 2014 UW-Madison Homecoming weekend, alumni and students from across the College of Letters and Science will meet for an interactive networking session.

This event will feature tables of alumni from industries such as marketing, advocacy, media, science, nonprofits, finance, public service, and the arts. To facilitate discussions, career staff will greet students at the door and help them make connections with alumni who match their interests.

See attached list of participating alumni and the flyer for the event. We hope to see you there!

*Casual Attire, but presentable attire (i.e., no sweats! jeans and a tailored shirt or sweater or blouse; slacks and button down shirt; business casual dress, etc.).
General questions about the event? Contact David Nelson Director of Alumni Networks and Career Resources denelson3@wisc.edu

Business/Entrepreneurship Certificate Info Sessions (for non-business majors)

Certificate in Entrepreneurship (CIE) Information Session
4151 Grainger

In this fall information session students will be introduced to the requirements needed to earn a Certificate in Entrepreneurship. Walk through the application timeline and process, review the curriculum, and ask any remaining questions you have!

No registration needed!

10/20 from 5-6pm
10/21 from 1-2pm
11/3 from 3-4pm


Certificate in Business (CIB) Information Session
4151 Grainger


In this fall information session students will be introduced to the requirements needed to earn a Certificate in Business. Walk through the application timeline and process, review the curriculum, and ask any remaining questions you have!


No registration needed!

10/20 from 2-3pm
10/22 from 4-5pm
10/23 from 2-3pm

Friday, October 17, 2014

The Center for the First-Year Experience is hiring an undergraduate student to serve as an Advising & Logistics intern for summer 2015 SOAR

Do you advise at SOAR?

Do you like working with quality student employees at SOAR?

If so, consider encouraging your students to apply for the SOAR Advising internship!

The Center for the First-Year Experience is hiring an undergraduate student to serve as an Advising & Logistics intern for summer 2015 SOAR. This student runs the SOAR advising office ("consultant room") and assists with troubleshooting throughout the summer. This is a great opportunity for a student who is organized, self-motivated, and flexible. The deadline to apply for this position is Friday, Oct. 31, 2014 at noon.

All SOAR intern postings can be found here: http://newstudent.wisc.edu/employment/intern.php. We look forward to receiving your students' applications!