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The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) is excited to announce multiple internship opportunities for high school and college students!


Students can apply for these opportunities at

Each job announcement has additional information and please note that applicants must be U.S. citizens and eligible to obtain a U.S. security clearance.


NGA is hosting Virtual Information Sessions on these programs weekly, Sept. 6th through October 5th from 4:30-5:30ET. Interested candidates can register here: Note; *Participants must be 18 years old to register for the information sessions. Parents/guardians can register on a minor's behalf.


These announcements close on October 7th

  • High School Internship Program: High School Internship Program for high school students age 16 or older, that are looking for real world experience! The program provides meaningful work experiences for high school juniors and seniors and introduces students to career paths they may not have otherwise considered.


  • NGA Scholarship Programs (STOKES and GEO):

Scholars will attend a qualifying educational institution full-time and report to an NGA facility during their summer breaks to work alongside experienced NGA staff and GEOINT experts. Upon graduation, scholars are expected to join the NGA workforce full-time to fulfill their Continuing Service Agreement.


  • STOKES Undergraduate Scholarship Program: The Undergraduate Scholarship Program is based on the Louis Stokes Scholarship Program and offers STEM and Regional Studies majors tuition payment, a travel stipend if applicable, a book stipend, an annual salary, and an exciting and purposeful internship opportunity while pursuing their bachelor’s degree.


  • GEO Scholar Program: The GEO-Scholar Program focuses on students pursuing a major qualified for a critical need work role. Scholars are offered tuition payment, a travel stipend if applicable, a book stipend, and an exciting and purposeful internship opportunity, with hourly pay, while pursuing their bachelor’s degree.

 SEAP places high school students in Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories where they take part in real Naval research for eight weeks during the summer.


The internship has a duration of eight weeks (with the possibility of extending up to two additional weeks). Stipend levels will be determined by the student's years of participation in SEAP and will be paid bi-weekly via direct deposit.

Stipends are as follows:

New participant: $4,000

Returning participant: $4,500

Applicants for summer of 2024 is open from August 1, 2023 - November 1, 2023


SEAP gives academically talented sophomores, juniors, and seniors interested in STEM the opportunity to learn about Naval research and technology while receiving first-class mentoring by top scientists and engineers.  SEAP is a competitive program with around 300 placements in more than 30 laboratories around the country in which many participants go on to careers within the DoN. Interns are selected based upon academic achievement, personal statements, recommendations, and career and research interests.


Please come see Ms. Letourneau if you are interested in beginning a new Internship in January for semester 2 (you could start now , if you want, just for the experience!) at an IMMIGRATION LAW office! This exciting opportunity is in Bethesda, at Suju LAW -4520 East-West Highway, just 16 min. away by car, or very near the Bethesda Metro! You would be providing administrative support (primarily preparing documents for clients) but will be able to shadow/sit in on meetings, attend seminars put on by the practice, and perhaps even translate for clients (a PLUS if you know a second language!) Come see her in room 254 at lunch, before school starts or after school for a brief meeting to discuss!


If  you are interested in an apprenticeship , please first read the info on the MCPS website and then make an appointment to meet with Ms. Letourneau

WMATA Elevator/Escalator Department apprenticeship.

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