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January

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Venue:FIU CBC 233

Join the Jack D. Gordon Institute as we welcome former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs Dr. Joseph Nye who will be speaking about current and future issues in national security. In addition to serving as Assistant Secretary of Defense, Dr. Nye has served as Chair of the National Intelligence Council. His most recent books include The Power to Lead; The Future of Power; Presidential Leadership and the Creation of the American Era; and Is the American Century Over

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Venue:FIU LC 110

Cybersecurity: Developing Cyber Hygiene examines the most prevailing cybersecurity threats and introduces students to the proper cyber hygiene necessary to maintaining a healthy digital lifestyle. Cybersecurity: Policy and Law introduces students to fundamental cybersecurity policy debates today and international cybersecurity norms and processes. Cybersecurity: Policy and Law introduces students to fundamental cybersecurity policy debates today and international cybersecurity norms anCybersecur

February

Teacher Workshop Spring 2020

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Venue:Miami Military Museum

The Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy is happy to announce the Spring 2020 Teacher Workshop! This year’s workshop will focus on the nexus between transnational drug trafficking and terrorism. This workshop will include lectures by subject matter experts on Latin America as well as a presentation by the Gordon Institute’s Resident Military Historian and Executive Director of the Miami Military Museum Dr. Anthony Atwood.

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The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is the premier agency responsible for providing global intelligence on the ever-changing political, social, economic, technological and military environment. Learn more about CIA’s mission to protect the national security of the United States. The CIA is looking for a diversity of people for the important responsibility of keeping America safe. Attend this event to learn more about the CIA and the different internship and employment opportunities available!

April

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Venue:Zoom

The Iranian Revolution remains one of America's most significant intelligence failures. Join former CIA Intelligence Analyst, Dr. Brian Latell, as he discusses some of the analytical biases and traps that plagued senior intelligence professionals during this case study.

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Venue:Zoom

The Jack D. Gordon Institute invites you to a Virtual Lecture Series featuring Mr. John F. Tobon, Deputy Special Agent in Charge, Homeland Security Investigations. Join us to learn how HSI secures the homeland from transnational threats and criminal organizations. Expand your knowledge of money laundering and financial crime investigations.

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Venue:Online

Join us for a live webinar where you will have the opportunity to hear from former Intelligence Fellows and ask specific questions about the program! The IC-CAE Intelligence Fellowship is a workforce development initiative that provides the skills and knowledge needed for employment in the U.S. intelligence community (IC). Some common employers include: Central Intelligence Agency; Federal Bureau of Investigation; National Security Agency and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

May

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Join us for a live webinar where you will have the opportunity to hear from former Intelligence Fellows and ask specific questions about the program! The IC-CAE Intelligence Fellowship is a workforce development initiative that provides the skills and knowledge needed for employment in the U.S. intelligence community (IC).

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Venue:Zoom

The Hemispheric Security Conference (HSC) is an annual conference held in where experts from academia, governmental organizations, non-governmental organizations, and private sectors converge to examine the most pressing security challenges facing the Western Hemisphere.

July

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Venue:Zoom

At FIU’s National Security Studies Summer Institute (N3SI), students have the unique opportunity to learn the fundamentals of national security, engage current and former intelligence professionals, and experience—via interactive crisis simulations—the careers that keep America safe!

September

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Venue:Virtual via Zoom

Representatives from HSI will discuss their summer internship program based in their Doral headquarters. This is an incredible opportunity to join a federal law enforcement investigative team. HSI has broad legal authority to enforce a diverse array of federal statutes. It uses this authority to investigate all types of cross-border criminal activity.

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Venue:Virtual via Zoom

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) delivers world-class geospatial intelligence that provides a decisive advantage to policymakers, military service members, intelligence professionals and first responders. NGA enables the U.S. intelligence community and the Department of Defense (DOD) to fulfill the president’s national security priorities to protect the nation. NGA recruiters and hiring managers will discuss internship and job opportunities.

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Miami Military Museum presents Intelligence and the Cold War in South Florida featuring Dr. Vincent Houghton, Historian and Curator of the International Spy Museum. Dr. Houghton specializes in military and intelligence history, with specific expertise on late-WWII and early Cold War eras. Prior to joining the International Spy Museum, Vince was a history professor at the University of Maryland, and is also former military, having served in the U.S. Army.

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Join the Jack D. Gordon Institute in a discussion on national security featuring a panel of former intelligence and security professionals who will assess whether terrorism and violent extremism still remains the prevailing threat to U.S. National Security interests.

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Venue:Via Zoom

The FBI Honors Internship program is your pathway to an exciting career with the FBI! The application period for the 2021 FBI Honors Internship Program is now open! Get school forms signed now and apply between Aug. 21 – Sept. 30, 2020. Work alongside FBI professionals from all career paths to gain an experience you will never forget.

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Venue:Virtual via Zoom

Join us as intelligence community agencies, industry leaders, and academics assess the convergence of technology and intelligence in the 21st century.

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Join JGI as we welcome representatives from the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) and learn about their mission and employment opportunities. NCTC leads and integrates the national counterterrorism (CT) effort by fusing foreign and domestic CT information, providing terrorism analysis, sharing information with partners across the CT enterprise, and driving whole-of-government action to secure our national CT objectives.

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The National Security Agency (NSA) leads the US Government in Cryptology that encompasses both signals intelligence (OSINT) and cybersecurity. The NSA is currently taking applications for 2021 summer internship positions. NSA representatives will lead an information session to discuss best practices and answer questions from the audience.

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Venue:Virtual via Zoom

Featuring the Defense Intelligence Agency’s (DIA) Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Officer, Janice Glover Jones

October

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Venue:Virtual via Zoom

Featuring Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI’s) Election Threat Executive, Shelby Pierson

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The National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) leads and integrates the national counterterrorism (CT) effort by fusing foreign and domestic CT information, providing terrorism analysis, sharing information with partners across the CT enterprise, and driving whole-of-government action to secure our national CT objectives. NCTC is a center of gravity that unifies counterterrorism intelligence for the homeland and abroad, with a record of sustained excellence across all mission areas.

November

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Venue:Virtual via Zoom

Today’s FBI is an intelligence-driven and threat-focused national security organization with both intelligence and law enforcement responsibilities that is staffed by a dedicated cadre of more than 30,000 agents, analysts, and other professionals who work around the clock and across the globe to protect the U.S. from terrorism, espionage, cyber-attacks, and major criminal threats, and to provide its many partners with services, support, training, and leadership.