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IMPORTANT OPPORTUNITY -  The IC is Hiring!
Each year, the U.S. Intelligence Community holds a select number of virtual career fairs to meet promising job candidates. The virtual seats fill up quickly and some promising candidates can’t make the event. So this year, they are extending an invitation to join the exclusive IC VIP List.

What do you get as an IC VIP List member? IC VIP List members are the first to receive invitations to all 2017 virtual career fairs. So, as long as you register as soon as you get the invitation, your seat is secure. Register for the IC VIP List and watch your email for your special invitation. The first event is
scheduled for this summer, so invites will be sent very, very soon.

U.S. citizenship is required. IC agencies are Equal Opportunity Employers.
All applicants for employment are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or status as a parent. Register today at: https://vts.inxpo.com/Launch/QReg.htm?ShowKey=39694


Preparing Leaders for America's Global Market

Norfolk State University was awarded a $2.3 million grant from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) in the fall of 2006 to establish an Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence or IC-CAE. The goal of the IC-CAE is to prepare students for leadership positions in government service with a specific emphasis on developing those critical skills necessary to begin a career in the Intelligence Community.  About IC-CAE 

Dr. Yvonne B. Miller "Spirit of the IC" Award In 2013, Susan Wassem was recognized as the first NSU IC-CAE "Spirit of the IC" award recipient.  The award is now given on an annual basis to a student who best exemplifies the characteristics most like Dr. Miller: a outstanding leader; champion for issues and concerns of the under-served; loyal and devoted to NSU; and a true exemplar of servant leadership

Spirit of the IC Award Winners
Brittany Migula (Bowie State University) 2016
Raigan Wheeler (Morgan State University) 2015
Nique Dayrit (Bowie State University) 2014
Susan Wassem (Norfolk State University) 2013
         I C-CAE National Security Certificates Awardees
2016
Lena Townsell (Howard University)
Ezinne Nwalewzi (Norfolk State University)
Grace Olubowale (Howard University)
Britanny Migula (Bowie State University)
Megan Preston (Howard University)
2015
Ashley Ashburn (Norfolk State University)
Damola Aluko (Howard University)
Alex Webb (Norfolk State University
Briana Spruill-Harrell (Norfolk State University)
Dwayne Ponton (Elizabeth City State University)
Raigan Wheeler (Morgan State University)
2014
Eboni Andre (Morgan State University)
Abreika Boone (Norfolk State University)
Dakari Chisolm (Morgan State University)
Joy Dangerfield (bowie State University)
Nique Dayrit (Bowie State University)
Nitranyibagira Gaspard (Norfolk State University)
Cyretta Hannah (Elizabeth City State University)
Jessica Molina (Morgan State University)
Isaiah Weaver (Norfolk State University)
Zachary Williams (Norfolk State University)
 
 

No High School Summer Program for 2017

The DIA-designated Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence at Norfolk State (a member of the Mid-Atlantic Consortium of Centers of Academic Excellence www.maccae.org) will not offer a high school program this summer (2017).   If you have questions, please contact the IC-CAE at iccae@nsu.edu or by calling 757-278-2935. 

NSU is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Consortium of Centers for Academic Excellence (MAC-CAE)      link

Newsletter

Press Releases

Previous Summer High School Program

Intelligence Community Biosecurity Summer High School Program. The Norfolk State University’s Intelligence Community for Academic Excellence hosted a two-week program for high school students.  read more - .pdf

Annual Symposium

Dr. Toby Dalton is co-director of the Nuclear Policy Program at the Carnegie Endowment. An expert on nonproliferation and nuclear energy, his research focuses on cooperative nuclear security initiatives and the management of nuclear challenges in South Asia and East Asia. Dr. Dalton was the keynote speaker for the annual MACCAE Colloquium at Morgan State University in Baltimore Maryland on Tuesday, November 17, 2015. He was highly recommended by the Office of the Ambassador of Pakistan.

Course Information

National Security Certificate

If you are interested in completing the National Security Certificate or becoming study abroad participant, then complete the IC Scholars Application & return it to the IC-CAE Program (121 Wood Science Bldg, Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA).