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To schedule an appointment to discuss JGI's workforce development program with Sr. Program Coordinator, Aldo Fonseca, click here
The Intelligence Community - Centers for Academic Excellence (IC-CAE) Intelligence Fellowship at FIU’s Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy is a one-year workforce development program. The IC-CAE Fellowship fuses Worlds-Ahead academics with mentorship, research experience, and professional development in order to strengthen student competitiveness and improve prospective employment within the U.S. intelligence community (IC) and leading-edge private sector employers.
The workforce development program is made up of two tracks: Intelligence Analysis (IA) Track and Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Track both similar in their mission with different academic sub-requirements and mentorship guidance. These programs prioritize the value of ongoing workplace education and skills development, as well as address the hiring demands of employers within the Intelligence Community.
- Minimum 3.0 GPA
- Must have 40 completed university credits (Intelligence Analysis Track) or 30 university credits (Cyber Threat Intelligence Track) before the start of program
- Must be a U.S. Citizen
- Must have a strong desire to work within the intelligence community
A Completed Application Requires the Following:
- Intelligence Fellowship Application Form
- Personal Statement indicating why applicant should be considered for the Intelligence Fellowship program (500 words max). Please specify your interest in national security studies, research, and/or interest in employment with the US Intelligence Community
- One Letter of Recommendation sent via email directly from the recommender to Aldo Fonseca at email@example.com
Applications will be accepted throughout the academic year; however, the deadline to submit applications for the Fellowship Class of 2021/2022 is May 1, 2021.
Program eligibility does not guarantee selection for the interview panel. Students selected for the interview panel will be based on an initial evaluation of a completed application.
All applicants will be evaluated by JGI staff and mentors. Qualified candidates will be invited to a panel interview. If selected for the program, applicants will be notified via email with a formal acceptance letter.
For questions and additional information please contact 305 348 3474 or email Aldo Fonseca at firstname.lastname@example.org.