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.
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 (www.insaonline.org) 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.
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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.