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Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Information Session

Uptown Campus
Jones Hall
Room 108

The Emergency and Security Studies Program is hosting a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Information Session at Tulane University on February 21st, from 6-8 pm. The event will be held Uptown in Jones Hall, Room 108, off of Freret Street, close to the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. Learn about opportunities at The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). No matter your skillset or specialty, DIA has a variety of opportunities available for you, from entry-level to highly skilled positions. A fun and interactive presentation will be given, including video clips and participation prizes. You will learn who we are, what we do, what we look for in our candidates, our security process, our internships, what we have to offer, how to make a successful application, how to apply to our agency, and much more. Our Career Development Officers will speak directly about our career fields, the various positions, and the requirements to apply to our vacancies. You will have direct access to speak with our career field subject matter experts. Each participant will have an opportunity to receive a hidden vacancy special invitation to apply for positions. As an intelligence agency, we employ analysts, collectors, accountants, police officers, engineers, investigators, and scientists - but that isn't all - our global mission requires a diverse workforce. We have 10 career fields with more than 50 unique career specialties, including 10 paid internship programs. To learn more about our positions, please visit our website at . Come out for a great evening of opportunity! NOTE – You do not have to join or be in the military to work at DIA. The majority of the DIA workforce are government civilians.