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Where Can I Find?: Internships / Training Programs

How do I find internships while I'm going to school?

Career Coaching maintains up-to-date listings of both internships adn part-time jobs in the JobZone.  To access the JobZone, you will need to register in our online recruiting system.  Contact us to register.  You can also make an appointment for help with your resume, job search strategy, interview practice/preparation and networking opportunities.

I am interested in working in the Intelligence Community. What can I do to prepare for a career in intelligence?

Bellevue University is a member of the Great Plains National Security Education Consortium (GP NSEC).  The GP NSEC was selected by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence as part of the Intelligence Community Centers of Academic Excellence.  An Intelligence Community (IC) Scholar Program has been created to develop students with knowledge of international and cultural issues, foreign languages, analysis, and critical thinking skills required to serve the sixteen federal agencies that make up the U.S. Intelligence Community.

Students  interested in pursuing careers in the Intelligence Community and seeking the IC Scholar designation must be U.S. citizens and maintain a 3.0 GPA in addition to demonstrating specific competencies.  Preparation for graduation as an IC Scholar includes opportunities for funding for study abroad in a non-English speaking country, internship, and familiarization with IC relevant activities.  Participation in a cultural immersion experience or demonstrating proficiency in a foreign language is part of the requirement.

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