Who is the IC looking for?
To understand a diverse world the IC needs a workforce with skills in every discipline, from history to law to physics, and a deep curiosity about the world. Now more than ever, the IC needs people who understand foreign cultures, speak different languages, are fascinated by global events, and are comfortable working in difficult circumstances.
What do Intelligence Officers do?
Students who pursue a career in the Intelligence Community could find themselves:
- Researching and analyzing information to anticipate and explain global events to senior policy makers;
- Developing cutting-edge technology for sensors, communications, satellites, data fusion, modeling and simulation, and clandestine operations;
- Developing and using language skills in critical situations;
- Interacting with the highest levels of national government on issues critical to U.S. national security;
- Traveling and working around the world.
Apply to be an IC Scholar NOW. Applications are evaluated during the first week of the fall and spring semesters.