Interested in attending a CIA event at Harvard?

Interested in attending a CIA event at Harvard?


We’re inviting several schools in the New England area to participate in a CIA Directorate of Intelligence (DI) Simulation game for prospective Intelligence analysts.  In order to generate interest in our internship program for summer 2013, we’d like to invite Freshmen and Sophomores (with diversity in background, languages, majors) to participate.  Harvard will be hosting this event on 30 March 2012 at their Office of Career Services space on Mass Ave.


Even though you’d have to get to the Boston area on your own, it sounds like a great opportunity.


Here’s information about the event:


CIA Simulation for Prospective Intelligence Analysts

Ever wondered what CIA Intelligence Analysts do?



You will play the role of a CIA Intelligence Analyst assigned to a crisis task force.  Intelligence analysts and analytic methodologists at the CIA gather information from a wide variety of sources and draw on their own personal expertise and that of their cohorts. You and your teammates will be charged with analyzing an emerging problem that demands sophisticated analysis.  Your team must quickly evaluate the situation and ultimately help advise the President on possible outcomes and courses of action.


Friday, 30 March

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Location provided upon RSVP


Minimum Requirements:

–          U.S. Citizenship

–          Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0





Chief, Regional Recruiter Program

Central Intelligence Agency

Tel: (703) 374-2248




Posted on February 1, 2012, in Career, Event. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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