Young Women's Ethical Leadership Retreat
June 24-26 in NY
June 10-12 in San Francisco Bay Area
*U.S. Citizenship is required for employment
When you choose to join the dedicated professionals of the CIA, you become a part of an agency that plays a critical role in the national security of our country. Your work has special significance. You find rewards and fulfillment in your role, and you share in the pride that comes from serving your country.
The CIA offers extraordinary opportunities for a wide range and variety of professionals.
During the Information Session, we will discuss opportunities in the CIA's National Clandestine Service (NCS), the cutting edge of American Intelligence.NCS is an elite corps, providing vital information needed by US policymakers, the military and law enforcement services to protect the national security interested of the American people.
For the extraordinary person who wants more than just a job, the Clandestine Service offers a unique career - a way of life that challenges the deepest resources of an individual's intelligence, self reliance and responsibility. It demands an adventurous spirit, a forceful personality, high intellectual ability, toughness of mind, a superior degree of person integrity, courage and love of country. Applicants must have US citizenship and the ability to successfully complete medical examinationsand security procedures, including a polygraph interview.
Successful applicants will be required to relocate to the Washington, DC area.
|Rockefeller Center Completes 4th Annual New Hampshire State of the State Poll on Politics, Economic Issues, and Social Policies.|
Our interns will perform a range of duties, including working at our high profile events and one-to-one member relations and outreach. As an intern you will be exposed to and gain experience in everything that goes into running a small non-profit -- from research for upcoming events, member relations, and updating our database to content development for our new website. This is not your run of the mill internship, you won’t just be faxing, answering phones and getting coffee – this will be a hands-on learning experience. Bring your ideas and your energy.
|Joshua Kornberg '13 during his Winter 2011 Internship in Washington, DC, funded by Rocky. Kornberg wrote an opinion article in The D about the importance of investing in internships.|
|Photo credit: Maggie Rowland / The Dartmouth Staff|
|Spring 2011 Management and Leadership Development Program (MLDP) Participants|
|Rockefeller Center Policy Research Shop students Caroline Buck '13 and David Lumbert '12 posing with Representative James MacKay, Chair of the New Hampshire Behavioral Health Caucus, at the PRS Mental Health Testimony in Concord, NH on March 29, 2011.|
|Rockefeller Student Discussion Groups begin on Monday, April 4th. We have four groups that meet Monday - Thursday evenings each week at 6:30 PM. Dinner and a casual forum to talk about politics, leadership, public speaking and Dartmouth current events provided.|