Nov. 15, 2016
Embassy Suites Springfield, 8100 Loisdale Rd, Springfield, VA 22150
Please note due to the Presidential Election, November’s GEOINTeraction Tuesday will not occur the second Tuesday of the month. It will instead be included in USGIF’s GEOINT Community Week, Nov. 12-18.
Speaking at this event will be NGA Director of Operations Maj. Gen. Linda Urrutia-Varhall, with a few remarks from NGA Deputy Director of Plans and Programs Heidi Smith.
Parking: Free lot on site
Student Opportunities at NGA
Students who perform successfully and meet program requirements are invited to continue in the program for the duration of their degree programs, and may be granted the opportunity for conversion to permanent employment upon graduation.
- Applications are being accepted Sept. 3 – Oct. 11
- Official Transcripts (is applicable) deadline is Oct. 18
Also, join us for the first-ever Intelligence Community Student Programs Virtual Career Fair on Sept. 24.
Space is limited. To guarantee entrance, pre-registration is highly encouraged. Reserve your spot today!
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ASPRS Potomac Region
Potomac Region of ASPRS will get a special guided tour of NGA headquarters
When: Friday, January 11, 2013 – 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM
Where: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
7500 GEOINT Drive
Springfield, Virginia 22150-7500 Continue reading ASPRS Potomac Technical Tour
FROM NGA: Students – Imagine being able to identify anything on, above, or beneath the Earth’s surface…
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) is the nation’s premier source of geospatial intelligence. As a Department of Defense combat support agency and a member of the U.S. Intelligence Community, NGA provides imagery, geospatial and targeting analysis, along with image sciences and modeling for U.S. national defense, disaster relief and safety of navigation. We also provide global support to our Intelligence Community mission partners through NGA representatives stationed around the world. Headquartered in Springfield, VA, NGA operates major facilities in the Washington D.C. and St. Louis, MO metro areas.
Explore NGA Internship and Scholarship Opportunities offered for the summer of 2013!
Internships and scholarships are offered to eligible college students who are majoring in studies that are relevant to the mission. Students selected for positions “earn while they learn”! In other words, students are paid a salary while gaining valuable hands-on experience that can lead to full time employment upon successful completion of the program. The positions are available during summer breaks and allow students to perform mission related work that is aligned with keeping the nation safe. Graduate and undergraduate students with interest in such dynamic opportunities are encouraged to apply! For consideration, students must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university, and majoring in studies relevant to the mission of NGA.
Please Note: Applications for internships and scholarships starting in the summer of 2013 will be accepted September 4 – October 12, 2012 at www.nga.mil. (See “Careers” and “Current Openings” to locate the appropriate student Assignment Opportunity Notices (AON). The link to apply will only be available during the dates listed above. Graduates interested in full time positions are also encouraged to visit the website for current openings and application deadlines. Regular Assignment Opportunity Notices are updated each Monday on NGA and USAJobs.gov websites.
Thanks for your interest in exploring student and career opportunities at NGA!
NGA Internship: Open Application Period for Summer 2012
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) will be accepting internship applications for the summer of 2012, August 1, through October 1, 2011!
NGA interns are considered our workforce of the future!We strive to hire successful students who are enrolled in the internship program. Interns are selected and aligned to specific work roles based on their area of study. During the internship, skills and work ethics are assessed to determine the student’s potential as a future full time employee with NGA. Following are the basic internship requirements for
* US Citizenship
* 18 yrs or older
* Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university,
working towards a baccalaureate or graduate degree that aligns with an
NGA work role
* Able to obtain a top secret security clearance
* Have and maintain a 3.0 overall GPA on a 4.0 scale
* Commit to at least 10 consecutive weeks of work during summer break
Accepted Majors (List does not include all accepted majors)
* Aeronautical Science
* Computer Science
* Imagery Science
* International Affairs
* National Security and Intelligence Security
* Political Science
* Physical Science