Learn more about ATIC at this “Come & Go” session.
Wednesday, April 18 from 1:30 – 3 p.m.
Ronk Lecture Hall, Schar College of Education
ATIC offers 14-week in-residence internships near Dayton in either Intelligence to become an all-source intelligence analyst or Cyber Data Security to become a cybersecurity analyst
During an internship at ATIC, you will:
- Learn from leaders in the Intelligence community in organizations such as CIA, FBI, NSA, DEA.
- Learn by doing, discovering and exploring cybersecurity and data analysis in an experiential learning environment.
- Earn 12 semester hours of credit.
- Be eligible for Secret or Top Secret Security Clearance.
BE CAREER READY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!Ashland University’s Partnership with the Advanced Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC) opens doors for your career as either an Intelligence Analyst or as a Cyber Analyst.
Who can participate in the Intelligence Program?
Students from many majors are needed in the Intelligence Community, for example majors in Criminal Justice, History/Political Science, Math, Computer Sciences, Natural Sciences, Accounting, Economics, Communication Studies, Foreign Languages, Psychology, Philosophy, English and others. Students must be 20 years of age, a U.S. citizen and have no felony convictions.
Who can participate in the Cyber Data Program?
Most likely Computer Science or Information Systems majors or minors. Students must be 18 years of age, and complete a criminal background check. The benefits of an internship at ATIC continue after completion of the internship as ATIC staff helps expedite the process to get graduates on the job.
Additional information and the approval form may be found on the College of Arts and Sciences pages at Ashland.edu/ATIC.