As an Intelligence Analyst Graduate Intern working with CIA, you will work on teams with our full-time intelligence analysts, studying and evaluating information from all available sources—classified and unclassified—and then analyzing it to provide timely and objective assessments to customers such as the President, National Security Council, and other US policymakers.
Liberal arts majors research, analyze, write, and brief on international political, military, economic, and leadership developments.
Engineering, science students, or those in other technical programs, analyze and provide written and oral assessments on challenging national security issues--including foreign weapons development, weapons proliferation, cyber warfare, and emerging technologies--and apply their scientific and technical knowledge to solve complex intelligence problems.
In addition to your analytic responsibilities, you will have the opportunity to become familiar with the Agency and Intelligence Community by participating in a range of meetings and projects. The Graduate Studies Program also allows participants and the Agency to assess opportunities for permanent employment following the participant's completion of graduate school.
Offices of the CIA – Directorate of Analysis
Within the Directorate of Analysis (DA), incomplete and sometimes contradictory information is transformed into unique insights that inform US policy decisions. The DA helps provide timely, accurate and objective all-source intelligence analysis on national security and foreign policy issues to senior policymakers in the US Government. Learn more about the Directorate of Analysis.
Life at CIA
In addition to a comprehensive benefits package, the CIA offers exciting career opportunities and a dynamic environment. We’re on the forefront of world-altering events – as they happen. So working here isn’t just a job, it’s a mindset and a lifestyle.
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