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National Security Agency (NSA) Internships for College Students
The National Security Agency provides a highly professional environment and a chance for students to work in a U.S. government defense agency. As interns, students will be part of some of the most important work in the nation's intelligence efforts. Internships may include computer science, learning cryptomathematical theory, high-priority intelligence, or strategic communications.
Students must have a desire to learn and work in a challenging and specialized environment. Most internships require a 3.0 or above grade point average and completion of two years of college. The programs are generally 12 weeks in length and require security clearance.
The NSA is responsible for the security of our nation. The agency's mission is to collect, analyze and issue intelligence information to U.S. decision makers and military leaders. Students may search and apply for internships online. Applications are open every year from September 1 to November 15.
The location is usually in MARYLAND.
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