Central Intelligence Agency Undergraduate Scholarships and Summer Internships

AGENCY: U.S. Central Intelligence Agency

PROGRAM: This program offers faculty members from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) the opportunity to enhance their academic expertise in a stimulating dynamic atmosphere. The program places faculty and administrators of HBCUs into challenging assignments with the Agency during the summer months. Fellows will have access to state-of-the- art resources and the opportunity to work with a professional peer group. As a professional staff member, they will also have the opportunity to gather new data for use in curriculum development and student counseling. Write or call the office below or write the Personnel Representative, PO Box 38428, Denver, CO 80238 for further information.

QUALIFICATIONS: Minority or disabled undergraduate students who have a 3.0 or better grade point average and are majoring in engineering, computer science, mathematics, economics, physics, cartography, imagery science, Russian, Chinese, or Japanese are eligible to apply.

DEADLINES: 03/01/94


          U.S. Central Intelligence Agency
          Washington, DC  20505
ATTN:     Summer Fellowship Program, (703) 351-231
          6, (703)351-2316