Career, Internship & Student Employment Services will host the Central Intelligence Agency on campus Tuesday, April 16 through Friday, April 19.


Student Engagement Opportunities

Information Sessions: 

  • Tuesday, April 16 - Procrastinator Theater
    • 4-5 pm: Info Session (All Students Welcome - No RSVP Required)
    • 5-6 pm: Simulation Experience (RSVP Required - SESSION FULL)
  • Wednesday, April 17 - NAH 137
    • 4-5 pm: Info Session (All Students Welcome - No RSVP Required)
    • 5-6 pm: Simulation Experience (RSVP Required - SESSION FULL)

Snacks and drinks will be provided at each session!

*Check back for potential additional Simulation Experience sessions.

1:1 Coffee Chats with CIA Representatives:

  • Want to learn how your career interests align with opportunities within the CIA?
  • Wondering about the application process for jobs, internships and scholarships with the CIA?
  • Think your past experiences may prevent you from pursuing a career within the CIA?

Central Intelligence Agency representatives want to meet with ALL STUDENTS to explore the various paths to a career within the CIA! 

Sign up for your 25 minute coffee chat HERE!

If you have issues signing into your HireABobcat account or if you would like to sign up over the phone, call our office at 406-994-5485. 

Student Organization & Group Sessions:

CIA representatives welcome the opportunity to meet with your student organization. If your organization is interested in scheduling a visit with the CIA, please email Jennifer Shore, Director of Career Services, at [email protected]

  • Scholarship Opportunities – undergraduate, and graduate students 
  • Internship program and Full Time opportunities
  • The Application Process 
  • Student Impact on CIA’s Mission
  • Careers at the CIA – explore here
  • The Collection, Analysis, and Dissemination Cycle
  • The President’s Daily Brief – A Window to the World
  • Leadership Analysis, Psychology, and Profiling: How to Give our American Negotiators an Unfair Advantage
  • HR, Business, and Accounting Degrees at CIA: It’s Not What You Think!
  • Technology and Engineering Practices at CIA in Support of the Intelligence Cycle
  • The Engineering Mindset Deconstructed:  Destruction and Creation
  • Political Analysis: Thinking “Inside the Box”
  • Poorly Structured Problems and Their Solutions
  • It’s All About the Data
  • Career Plasticity: International Policy, Engineering, and Economic Analysis

Student Employees at the CIA video