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    Steve Ressler
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    Student Employment Program

    Are you looking for a paid internship where you can develop your skills, enhance your career potential, and make a global difference each day? Then apply for a position with our elite Student Employment Program!


    Program Mission

    NGA is a member of the US Intelligence Community and a Department of Defense (DoD) Combat Support Agency. Our mission is keeping the nation safe and secure. As an NGA intern, you become part of our mission-ready, highly skilled workforce. You will see first hand how the work you are doing supports homeland security, disaster relief, and our warfighters.

    Application Process

    Accepting Applications for Summer 2012

    Open: August 15, 2011

    Closed: October 14, 2011


    NGA offers students a variety of employment opportunities, from Intelligence Analyst positions to Human Development Consultants. Review the three student Assignment Opportunity Notices (AONs) posted on the Current Vacancies listing to see where your skills and knowledge are a best fit. Apply to the AON that most interests you!

    Step One of the Application Process:

    • Apply online to the AON that most appeals to you.
      • Temporary Hire Student Analytical and Scientific Position (Job ID #20112451)
      • Temporary Hire Student Technical Position (Job ID #20112452)
      • Temporary Hire Student Program Administration Position (Job ID #20112453)
    • Complete all required fields.
    • Submit a resume that highlights relevant experience and skills. Please see examples below:

    Example Resume.doc Example Cover letter.doc

    Step Two of the Application Process:

    • Applications will be reviewed and finalists determined.
    • Finalists will be notified by October 21, 2011 and requested to submit the following additional materials no later than October 28, 2011:

    We expect to make employment selections in the beginning of December 2011. After applying online you may log back into eRecruit to check your application status at any time.

    Benefits

    At NGA, our students are our future workforce. We hire the best qualified students and align them within NGA to assist in meeting our mission needs. Our goal is to convert successful students to full time permanent positions upon graduation. NGA student employees receive real work experience, professional development training and participate in planned activitites throughout the summer designed to enhance their understanding of our mission. In addition, all students receive a security clearance, competitive salaries, earn annual and sick leave, are eligible for paid holidays, and may have the opportunity to work a flexible schedule or participate in our fitness program.

    Scholarships

    If you are interested in scholarship opportunities, please review the Stokes Scholarship Program and additional details on the Special Employment Programs page. The Stokes Scholarship provides tuition assistance, annual salary, and benefits to a small number of high-achieving college students interested in a career with NGA.


    Student Employment Program Basics

    • Students are required to work a minimum of 10 weeks during the summer.
    • Students will be evaluated at the end of each summer and with successful performance, student assignments could be extended yearly until graduation.
    • You must be enrolled at least half-time in an accredited two-year or four-year college or university.
      • The definition of half-time is the definition provided by the school in which you are enrolled.
      • The accrediting body must be recognized by the Department of Education.
    • For consideration, you must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA to remain in the program.
    • You must be enrolled in graduate, baccalaureate or associate degree program with coursework related to NGA’s mission (see Desirable Qualification Criteria in each AON for relevant coursework).
    • Applicants must be a U.S. citizen and at least 18 years of age.
    • Students must be able to obtain a top secret security clearance with access to Sensitive Compartmented Information. You will be tested for illegal drug use. Use of illegal drugs within the last 12 months is generally not acceptable. Illegal drug use prior to 12 months ago is carefully evaluated.
    • Most student positions are in the Washington, DC metro area and in St. Louis, MO. Indicate any location preferences in your online application.

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