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Are you searching for a summer job? Do you attend a Historically Black College or University or a Minority-Serving Institution?

The Department of Homeland Security Intelligence and Cybersecurity Diversity Fellowship Program offers an opportunity for current college students majoring in STEM fields. Click here to register: 07.18.24 ICDF Roundtable.

This program is open to students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Minority Serving Institutes (MSIs) who are majoring in Intelligence and Cybersecurity. T

The fellowship provides paid opportunities and firsthand experience in Federal Government Intelligence and Cybersecurity professions.

Register for a virtual Student Roundtable to learn more about this program.

Participants may receive a paid fellowship, with potential eligibility for tuition assistance, as well as practical experience in Intelligence and Cybersecurity disciplines, involvement in high-priority challenge projects, training in core and technical competencies, mentoring support, and networking opportunities.

The discussion will take place on July 18. Click here to register: 07.18.24 ICDF Roundtable.

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