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Summer 2011: Office of Naval Intelligence Internships
By USBE Online
Oct 18, 2010, 03:53

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The Office of Naval Intelligence produces maritime intelligence and moves it rapidly to strategic, operational, and tactical decision-makers. Their integrated workforce of civilians, active duty and Reserve naval professionals supports combat operations and provide vital information for planning America’s defense against maritime threats at home and around the world.

The ONI produce maritime intelligence on seaborne terrorism, weapons and technology proliferation, narcotics and smuggling activities that directly supports joint warfighters, the U.S. Navy, civil and national decision makers and agencies. ONI is a core element of Global Maritime Intelligence Integration whose goal is complete Maritime Domain Awareness.

They are looking for interns to work in the following areas:

· Naval Intelligence

· Science and Technology

· Public Administration/Business Operations

· Information Technology

· Law

Join the ONI team, and put your education and skills to work at the country’s leading federal agency in maritime intelligence!

All college students interested in applying should visit www.oni.navy.mil for more information on eligibility, requirements, and application procedures. Once at the website, click the “Join Us” Tab. Select the “Just for College Students” option, and you will be directed to the internship page, which contains program information.

All completed applications must be submitted to www.ONIInternships@nmic.navy.mil by 5:00PM EST on Friday, November 12, 2010.

For general questions, please contact the recruitment hotline at 1-800-842-0821 ext 5847 or contact recruiters via email at recruit@nmic.navy.mil

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