CIA Information Session

Representatives from the CIA’s National Clandestine Service (NCS) will discuss the NCS mission and career opportunities.

Calling all students from the following majors/interest areas:

  • Center for Chinese Studies
  • Center for Japanese Studies
  • Center for Korean Studies
  • Center for Okinawan Studies
  • Center for Pacific Islands Studies
  • Center for Philippine Studies
  • Center for South Asian Studies
  • Center for Southeast Asian Studies
  • Asian Studies Program
  • Center for Pacific Islands Studies
  • Korean Language Students
  • Chinese Language Students
  • Law Students
  • MBA Students

The NCS is the front-line source of clandestine information on critical international developments, from terrorism and weapons of mass destruction to military and political issues. The mission is challenging – requiring one to make a true commitment to the Agency. It is more than just a job – it’s a way of life that challenges the deepest resources of personal intelligence, self-reliance and responsibility.

The NCS seeks mature, educated individuals with varied backgrounds and life experiences, professional and educational histories, language capabilities, and other elements that allow us to meet our mission critical objectives. These positions require relocation to the Washington, DC metropolitan area. U.S. Citizenship is required.

Although the focus of the presentation will be the NCS, the representatives will be able to address other aspects of the CIA as well.

Interested individuals are encouraged to learn more at www.cia.gov prior to the meeting.

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