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Congress established The National Security Education Program (NSEP) through the David L. Boren National Security Act of 1991 to provide a broader and more qualified pool of US citizens with foreign language and international exposure to work in national security programs. NSEP is a scholarship program that promotes language skills, cultural awareness and understanding of national security issues. In collaboration with the National Security Education Program Office, DIA has established a new 1-year, full-time internship program designed to provide a small select number of recent college graduates the opportunity to apply their knowledge and gain practical work experience. To participate in the program, applicants are required to have a 3.0 GPA and be a recipient of a grant or scholarship under the David L. Boren National Security Education Program.
The NSEP Service Requirement:
How to Apply:
Applications will only be accepted on-line at diajobs.dia.mil. Click on "View Vacancy Announcements & Apply for DIA Jobs" then click "no" when it asks if you are a current DIA employee. Click on the link to view job postings, then place a check next to the "National Security Education Program". To apply for the program, click where it says "apply" next to the program. Please submit only the information requested. Upon request, additional documents can be mailed to:
National Intelligence Scholars Program Manager
Defense Intelligence Agency
Attn: OHR-1, Student Programs
200 MacDill Blvd. (Building 6000)
Washington, D.C. 20340
For additional information contact the Human Resources Operations Center at 202-231-4762.