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Summer Language Program
NSA offers foreign language students the opportunity to sharpen their language skills in reading and listening to a professional level. As an apprentice to senior NSA language analysts, you'll gain intensive experience exploiting communications for vital intelligence missions. You'll also have the unique opportunity for multi-dimensional and cross-disciplinary growth in analytical skills.
About the Program
The Summer Language program is currently hiring students studying Chinese, Korean, Arabic, Persian-Farsi, Russian and Urdu. The languages may change from year to year based on the Agency’s projected hiring needs.
The summer includes
How to Apply
To submit a resume online during open season, click any “Apply Online” link. Under “Basic Job Search,” type in keywords “Summer Language Program,” and click on “search.” Select Summer Language Program and click “Apply Now.” Follow directions as prompted.
To be considered for the Summer Language Program, you must submit a complete application package that includes:
IMPORTANT: When applying online, you may only submit your resume. Please email the requested documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at the following address:
Applications are not complete without the requested documentation.
Date Posted: Jan 15, 2009 | Last Modified: Oct 04, 2011 | Last Reviewed: Oct 04, 2011