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1 Welcome to…

2 Tonight… OSU study abroad resources Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship Critical Language Scholarship OSU internship resources Washington Academic Internship Program Intelligence Community internships

3 STUDY ABROAD OSU offers >100 study abroad programs around the world for a variety of majors. “Search Programs” feature available Allows limits of duration, subject, location, etc. Of Particular Interest to S&I Majors: Central Europe in Transition ISA Courses with Korean Students at Konkuk University Living Jerusalem Research Central & Eastern Europe in Comparative Perspective - Summer School in Social Sciences in Warsaw

4 GLOBAL GATEWAYS OSU’s centers for international partnerships. Shanghai, China Mumbai, India Sao Paulo, Brazil 17 Study Abroad Programs available in these and other locations For more info, go to

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10 The end. scholarships/graduates/106-flas- fellowships.html (FLAS) scholarships/graduates/106-flas- fellowships.html

11 Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)

12 What is CLS? US Department of State/American Councils Fully-funded 8 week intensive language program Covers one academic year of language study 13 critical languages offered – Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bangla, Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Punjabi, Russian, Turkish, Urdu – Chinese, Japanese, Russian only intermediate or advanced (need at least 2 years of language study prior) Institute locations – Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Morocco, Oman, Russia, South Korea, Tajikistan, Tunisia and Turkey

13 CLS Application Applications for Summer 2013 out in early October Notice of acceptance in February 2013 Can apply for only one language program 631 scholarships awarded last year Requirements – Unofficial transcripts – Two letters of reference (general and language specific) – Two short answer (250 words each) – Two essays (500 words each)

14 Essay Questions Two short-answer (200 words each) – How did you become interested in studying target language? – How will you continue your language study after the CLS Program? Two essays (500 words each) – How is proficiency in target language critical to your academic and professional goals? – How have you dealt with challenging living situations or different cultural situations?

15 Tips for Application Emphasize connection between your language study and academic/career (say you want to work for the State Department) Focus on experiences culturally significant to you Seek out help from Undergraduate Fellowship Office ( ) Be wise in choosing professors/advisors for LORs (pick people who actually know you!!!)

16 My CLS Experience: Ufa, Russia Studied at Bashkir State Pedagogical University Lived with host family Assigned a language tutor Class 4 hours per day – Phonetics, Conversation, Grammar, Culture, Media 8 excursions to museums, monuments, churches etc. Trips to Kazan and tiny village in Ural Mountains

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18 The Dacha!!!

19 Kazan

20 INTERNSHIP RESOURCES

21 Career Services 1 for each college – Asccareerservices.osu.edu Interview tips, Resume help, Networking Strategies Obtaining Credit – List of courses by department that offer credit Calendar of Events – Career fairs – Information sessions – List of courses by department that offer credit

22 Career Connection Undergraduate Internship Opportunities Strategies and Tips Nationwide Internships by Topic – Summer jobs – Volunteer Opportunities – Areas of Study Government/Non-Profit Internships International Internships Mathematics

23 Office of International Affairs Internships abroad – Many are English speaking Ohio State sponsored 3 rd party providers (Arcadia, Kent State, etc) Earn credit Outside websites and resources – Not connected to OSU – Websites dedicated to international opportunities Worldendeavors Internabroad

24 Misc. Internship Opportunities Go to department/major website – Look for information there – Wexner Medical Center – Ohio Program – John Glenn School of Public Affairs Talk to your major advisor Security and Intelligence – International Studies Dept – Has their own internship program – Gives you credit Up to 15 hours (5 towards IS major or minor) – Introduction to workplace and hands on experience

25 Columbus Internships FutureLink (https://asccareerservices.osu.edu/futurelink )https://asccareerservices.osu.edu/futurelink OSU Career Connections (http://careerconnection.osu.edu/ )http://careerconnection.osu.edu/ Advisor Honors and Scholars

26 Columbus Internships Boerger Investigative Services Contact April Calkovsky with the OSU Career Services Office om/ om/

27 Alex Polivka

28 Why WAIP?  The John Glenn School of Public Affairs offers an exciting opportunity for Ohio State students to study and work in the nation's capital.  The Washington Academic Internship Program selects outstanding undergraduates from any major to spend a quarter in Washington, D.C., as John Glenn Fellows.  Students work in field placements that reflect their particular areas of academic interest.

29 What do I get from WAIP?  While in Washington, John Glenn Fellows remain fully registered Ohio State students.  Students earn 3 classes worth of academic credit hours for their internship, the research seminar in which a policy paper is developed, and a course on policymaking and public service in the Washington community.  Glenn Fellows meet policy professionals and interact with Ohio State alumni in the region. These interactions have value far beyond the quarter in which Fellows are involved in the program.

30 Where would I work? Recent Internship Sites include:  Office of the Speaker of the House, John Boehner  Office of Senator Sherrod Brown  US Supreme Court- Office of the Curator  The Center for American Progress  The American Cancer Society  TIME magazine  Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty  Institute for International Education  The Environmental Protection Agency American Farm Bureau There’s something for everyone

31 Alex’s Internship The International Institute for Strategic Studies  UK-based think tank that analyzes global security matters, military conflict, and political risk around the world.  Conducts research, hosts summits, publishes strategic dossiers, and provides impartial analysis

32 Life as an intern Research and Operations Intern with IISS-US office  Research: In charge of Central Asia, North Caucasus, Russia conflict research Weekly updates on security activity in these regions Monthly analysis on the political, military, and economic trends Any other research task assigned by managing directors  Operations: Maintaining the IISS Database, helping organize events, normal intern work  Glenn Fellows work four days a week, Mon-Thurs, 9-5

33 Life as a Glenn Fellow  Live in WISH Congressional apartment housing literally right across the street from the Supreme Court  Work Mon-Thurs, on Fridays Fellows attend a policy seminar in the morning with Dr. Kolson.  Study policy readings, get quizzed on policy, discuss public policy, write policy papers….  Go on excursions to sites such as the VOA news office, the Pentagon, CIA, Capitol, Supreme Court  On weekends: Do whatever you want

34 Now what?  Spring 2013 Fellows application due by October 1, 2012 (two weeks ago as of yesterday)  You’ll need a current resume, personal statement of interest (two pages DS), a writing sample (max of 5 pages), and 2 recommendations (one should be from faculty).  Go to Glennschool.osu.edu, click on programs, and then WAIP to find out more  Information session tomorrow at noon in 110B Page Hall (Dr. Kolson will be there)

35 Intelligence Community Internships

36 Intelligence Community Agencies with Internships Central Intelligence Agency Defense Intelligence Agency National Security Agency National Geospatial Intelligence Agency National Reconnaissance Office (CIA/DIA/AF) Federal Bureau of Investigation Department of State (INR) Office of Naval Intelligence Marine Intelligence Air Force Intelligence

37 Programs Pat Roberts Intelligence Scholars Program – Stipend for former interns to return to full-time – Requires area interests and expertise Stokes Educational Scholars Program – Seniors in HS and some collegiate Sophomores – Multiple summers Information Assurance Scholarship – NSA specific, for IA specialists NDEA/SMART – Tech careers

38 CIA Application deadline: 15 October Suggested application deadline: 9-12 months prior to start date Mission: Nation’s first line of defense. Accomplish what others cannot accomplish and go where others cannot go. Collection/Production/Covert Action Positions available – Analysis – Linguistics – Clandestine Collection Clearance required: TS//SCI Location: Langley, VA or 1LX

39 DIA Application deadline: 31 October 2012 Suggested application deadline: As early as possible, window opens 15 September 2012 Mission: Excellence in Defense of the Nation Collection and Production Positions – Analysis – Collection Clearance required: TS//SCI Bolling AFB or Pentagon, some other sites

40 National Security Agency Deadline: 15 November 2012 Suggested deadline: between 1 September and 15 November 2012 Mission: Signals Intelligence and Information Assurance Collection, production, and security Positions – Intelligence Analysis – Language Analysis – Information Assurance – Cryptanalysis – Director’s Program – Cybersecurity – Installation and Logistics, others Clearance: TS//SCI Ft. Meade, MD

41 NGA Deadline: 12 October 2012 Suggested deadline: Begins 4 September 2012 Mission: Know the Earth, Show the Way, Understand the World Positions – IMINT analysts – Engineers Clearance: TS//SCI Springfield, VA

42 NRO Deadline: Undeclared Suggested deadline: Undeclared Mission: satellites Positions – Engineers encouraged to apply Clearance: TS//SCI Location: varies

43 FBI Deadline: late October Mission: Domestic intelligence with law enforcement focus Positions – Analysis – Investigation Clearance: TS Local field offices, rarely in DC

44 State INR Deadline: 2 November 2012 Suggested deadline: As early as possible Mission: intelligence support to the Secretary of State and US embassies Positions – Intelligence analysis Clearance: TS, sometimes SCI Main State, Washington DC

45 ONI Deadline: not yet posted Suggested deadline: as early as possible Mission: Gain and hold decisive information advantage of America’s adversaries – focus on Naval warfare Positions – Analysis Clearance: TS//SCI Suitland, MD

46 Marine Intelligence Deadline: not yet posted Suggestions: apply as early as possible Mission: intelligence support to the warfighter, Marine missions Positions – Analysis – Information Technology Clearance: TS Quantico, VA

47 Air Force Intel Information posted on USAJOBS intermittently Locations vary

48 Thank You For Coming!!!


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