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CIA Undergraduate Scholarship Program

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June 15, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • If you are a high school senior planning to enroll in a four- or five-year college program, or you are a college freshman or sophomore enrolled in a four- or five-year college program, who is looking for career experience in a dynamic environment, apply to the CIA's Undergraduate Scholar Program and contribute to the work of the nation before you graduate. To be eligible, you: must have U.S. citizenship; be 18 years of age by April 1 of your senior year; 1000 SAT (new official score scale) or 1500 SAT (old score scale); or 21 ACT scores or higher (high school students); 3.0 high school or college GPA or higher; Financial need as demonstrated by the gross annual household income ceiling up to $70,000 for a family of four or less, and $80,000 for a family of five or more; if the applicant has not been listed as a dependent for the previous tax year, the gross annual household income ceiling is $35,000 or less; meet the same employment standards as permanent employees, successfully completing both security and medical processing; and, be available to work in the Washington, DC area during your periods of employment. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • Central Intelligence Agency
  • Office of Public Affairs
  • Washington, DC 20505
  • tel: 703-482-0623
  • fax: 571-204-3800

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Robert P  on 3/25/2020 3:44:13 PM

Hello my name is Robert Eugene Perry Jr, last year I applied for a CIA position, and have yet to get a response... So I decided to go back to the CIA application site and found my account was locked, in addition; I discovered the Undergraduate Scholarship program which I have decided might be a better career path for me If my current qualifications and education is found wanting for the position I applied for. I decided if veritably it was confirmed that I did not qualify I would go back to a school however I am very poor and on social security disability and have been for some time. I would like to work full time and drop my disability as I have gotten over many of my psychological and physical shortcomings... however I may need more education and I want to be put on a career and education track that will custom fit the cia position I am applying for. I hope to hear from someone soon.

Bilal Ahmad Ashraf Ali  on 9/14/2019 8:05:42 PM

Hi sir I am a poor student I want to read but my father work in a company his salary is too short to bear the experience of my collage education I request you to grant me fully funded scholarship I try to get distinction in class

Harrison M  on 1/15/2018 4:59:20 PM

I really hope to get this scholarship

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