Orientation starts today! BIC faculty, staff, and advisors will be at various Orientation events throughout the summer. Here are the times and locations where you can meet the BIC at any orientation session this summer!
BIC Summer Positions Open!
BIC needs two 20-hour a week summer workers to assist BIC during Orientation around June 1-July 21. These jobs will require that the student worker be present Monday through Wednesday during each week of Orientation. The student worker will recruit students for BIC during Orientation and must be knowledgeable about all facets of BIC. They must be able to communicate effectively with prospective students and their families. In addition, the student worker will assist, as is needed, the Admissions Analyst in the processing of applications and notification to admitted students. Ability to learn and perform basic clerical tasks is essential as well as the willingness to step in and assist with any needed tasks. Current BIC students are welcome to apply. Please upload a cover letter and CV. Interviews will be conducted in April.
BIC is also looking for one 10-hour a week student recruiter for Summer Orientation (Mondays and Tuesdays during Orientation around June 1-July 21). The student will participate in recruiting events across campus, answering questions about BIC to prospective students. If you have interest in this position, please upload a cover letter and CV. We prefer students who can be present on every date listed. Interviews will be conducted in April.
Students taking a summer school course at Baylor in June or July are eligible if they do not exceed 20 hours of paid work per week.
These positions will be temporary, part-time, paid positions, without benefits. Click here to apply!
Applying to be a BIC summer worker or recruiter is a competitive process. We will review all applications and then make contacts for interviews. If you have any questions, please contact Prof. Chris Moore (C_Moore@baylor.edu).
Upper-Level BIC Summer and Fall 2023 Courses
National Security and Intelligence Scholarship Opportunities
- Intelligence and National Security Alliance Scholarships (https://www.insaonline.org/foundation/scholarships) – DUE APRIL 14
- APPLICANTS MUST BE US CITIZENS!
- Applicants must have a GPA of 3.2 or above
- Seven separate scholarships ranging from $5,000-$10,000 for undergrad and masters students interested in computer science, cybersecurity, intelligence analysis, international affairs, national security studies, public policy, or comparable fields of study, as well as a variety of STEM-related defense and intelligence fields with a focus on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging
- Application requirements include an online application, two letters of reference (one must be academic), and unofficial transcript
- US Geospatial Intelligence Foundation Scholarships (https://usgif.org/usgif-scholarship-program/) – DUE MAY 31
- Applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 or above
- Seven separate scholarships ranging from $10,000-$15,000 for undergrad, masters, and PhD students interested in geospatial intelligence, remote sensing, engineering, artificial intelligence, or machine learning, as well as a variety of STEM-related defense and intelligence fields with a focus on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging
- Application requirements include two letters of recommendation, transcript, short-answer questions, and an essay
- National Military Intelligence Foundation Scholarships (https://www.nmif.org/?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=February_9_2023&utm_medium=email) – DUE JUNE 2
- Multiple scholarships (exact amount TBD based on individual merit and financial need) for undergrad and graduate students with demonstrated commitment to pursuing a career in intelligence, national security, military intelligence, and related fields.
- Application requirements include an online application, no more than 3-page resume, at least one letter of recommendation, transcript, short essays, financial information on educational debt, and willingness to have your name and photo identified online
Summer Opportunity – CUSP Institute 2023 at Penn State
The Philosophy Department at Penn State organizes two distinct CUSP programs each year. These programs are directed toward prospective graduate students in philosophy from traditionally underrepresented groups (including African Americans, Chicano/as and Latino/as, Native Americans, and Asian Americans).
The Summer Institute is primarily intended for rising undergraduate sophomores or juniors (others are still encouraged to apply) who are considering pursuing an academic career in Philosophy and wish to learn more about what it means to be a part of the discipline.
Applications for the Summer Institute are due April 3, 2023. Selected students will be brought to campus for the institute (all expenses paid). The application and more information are available on Penn State’s website: bit.ly/CUSPPSU
Hands of Hope Service Year Program
Want to make a difference in the lives of young children?
Casa de Esperanza seeks applicants for the Hands of Hope Service Year Program. Casa de Esperanza provides residential foster care to children ages birth through six who are in crisis due to abuse, neglect or the effects of HIV. For a complete description visit: https://www.casahope.org/hands-of-hope-service-year-1.
Our application can be found at: https://www.casahope.org/application-part-one
For more information, please contact Darean Talmadge 713-529-0639 email@example.com
Work Study Job- Spring 2023
Job Opportunities- Classical Staff Recruiting
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The Honors College is Hiring!
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