The Honors College is Hiring!

The Honors College is looking for a Student Recruitment Assistant to start this May 2022. This is a part-time paid position that supports the Office of the Dean through student recruitment initiatives within the Honors College. Activities may include responding to prospective student inquiries, assisting with events, enlisting volunteers, hosting guests, and preparing digital and print recruitment resources. For more information please check out the job post here

Applications Now Open for 2022 INSF Scholarship Program!

Here is an amazing opportunities for five scholarships of $5,000 each for current US citizen undergrad AND grad students pursuing STEM and liberal arts degrees related to a career in the intelligence and national security community! See the specific details in the email (and associated links) below. The common application includes an online form, an essay, and two academic references. The deadline for all is May 20, 2022. The five awards support mission-driven students pursuing studies related to a career in the intelligence and national security community.

They are sponsored by the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, and its foundation, which is a wonderful professional association dedicated to connecting and informing US Government, academic, and commercial organizations working to advance US national security. Its main website ( is also a great resource for other information about intelligence careers, including registration and recordings of upcoming and past webinars and in-person events with IC leaders and tradecraft specialists at all levels, as well as commercial and academic partners.

How to Apply

New this year is the launch of the Letitia A. Long Endowed Intelligence Scholarship, which will be awarded to a female undergraduate who is a rising junior or senior and looking to pursue a STEM-focused career in the IC

Applications are due by COB Friday, May 20. For more information on these scholarships, criteria for eligibility, and ways to support the scholarship fund, please visit our INSF Scholarship Program page.

Additionally, there are four Investing in the Future of the IC Workforce Scholarships available to undergraduate and master’s students seeking a career in intelligence and national security.

Two of these scholarships are specifically for students from underrepresented minority groups while the other two are open to all students who meet the award requirements.

PAID Summer 2023 Internship- The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) is now accepting applications from US CITIZENS for our PAID Summer 2023 Internship! No, that is not a typo—this is for NEXT summer as the government hiring process is quite lengthy due to the requirement for accepted candidates to obtain a security clearance, which includes an exhaustive background check.

  • US citizen undergraduate and graduate students (freshmen through PhD!) with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 AND an expected graduation date of August 2023 or later are eligible to apply now through June 25 at:
  • NGA hires students (and graduates) from all majors and disciplines—including STEM, liberal arts, business, law, and medicine. Our internship program is specifically designed to serve as a pipeline for hiring students into permanent, full-time positions upon graduation, so this is a wonderful opportunity for those interested in public service careers!

You can learn more about NGA careers, including the various work roles, PAID student internships, benefits, career development opportunities, and diversity & inclusion initiatives at:

You can learn more about the different departments and the skills we’re seeking through the collection of online brochures for each career service and special emphasis program at:

You can also keep up with the latest news on the general website,, and by searching for “National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency” on  social media sites – Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.

The Global Health Student Network

Learn more about the new Global Health initiative on campus, the Global Health Student Network. This group is not a student organization, it is a branch of the Office of Engaged Learning’s new Global Health Academy

The goal of GHSN is to bring together a diverse group of students from varied majors and backgrounds. We hope that this new community of Global Health scholars will include Baylor’s Honors College students. To learn more check out the mission, vision, and structure.

If you are interested in joining the Global Heath Student Network, fill out this form:

Job Opportunities in Schools

Southern Teachers Agency

Our schools seek teachers with subject-matter expertise who are enthusiastic about working with children and teenagers—what’s important is a gift for connecting with and caring for kids. Certification is typically not required (except in elementary grades and specialty areas).

Southern Teachers has matched great candidates with schools in the South for over a century, taking the time to interview candidates, and know the person, not just the resumé. Our services are free for our candidates!

Apply here: 

Wilberforce School (here are the job listings).

Our teachers and staff are gifted, called, and committed to the Wilberforce mission. They model the integration of faith and learning, and affirm the spiritual truths that our students learn at home and at church. At Wilberforce we believe in educating the whole student — mind, body, and soul — to form a vibrant community of learners. Our faculty are also the leaders of our community of learners, modeling our growth mindset philosophy, and inviting our students to join them in a lifelong love of learning.

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