Join us for our National Security Workshop series where we introduce students to the various agencies that shape our Intelligence Community and strengthen our national security. Each information session features an interactive lecture on internships and career opportunities led by special agents and intelligence officers.
Wednesday, September 15 - FBI
The FBI is an intelligence-driven and threat-focused national security organization with both intelligence and law enforcement responsibilities that is staffed by a dedicated cadre of more than 30,000 agents, analysts, and other professionals who work around the clock and across the globe to protect the United States from terrorism, espionage, cyber-attacks, and major criminal threats, and to provide its many partners with services, support, training, and leadership.
Wednesday, October 13 - Homeland Security Investigations
HSI is the principal investigative arm of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, responsible for investigating transnational crime and threats, specifically those criminal organizations that exploit the global infrastructure through which international trade, travel, and finance move. HSI’s mission is to investigate, disrupt and dismantle terrorist, transnational, and other criminal organizations that threaten or seek to exploit the customs and immigration laws of the United States.
Wednesday, October 21 - National Counterterrorism Center
NCTC is a center of gravity and leading voice that unifies counterterrorism intelligence for the homeland and abroad, with a record of sustained excellence across all mission areas. The NCTC fuses foreign and domestic CT information, providing terrorism analysis, sharing information with partners across the CT enterprise, and driving whole-of-government action to secure national CT objectives.
Wednesday, October 27 - National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has a responsibility to provide the products and services that decision-makers, military service members, and first responders need when they need it most. As a member of the Intelligence Community and the Department of Defense, NGA supports a unique mission set. We are committed to acquiring, developing, and maintaining the proper technology, people, and processes that will enable overall mission success.