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Subject: Research for Intelligence & Security Challenges Initiative
internships

Description:
The Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS) at the
University of Maryland, College Park, is seeking outstanding senior
undergraduate and graduate students to participate in the virtual Research
for Intelligence & Security Challenges (RISC) Initiative internship program.
This exciting 10-week paid program will pair students with mentors from UMD
campus and the Department of Defense (DOD) and Intelligence Community (IC)
community, and offer the potential opportunity to be considered for future
employment with the US government, to include possible sponsorship for a
security clearance.

Students will be introduced to career opportunities with the DoD and IC as
well as develop their technical capabilities through hands-on real-world
problems across a range of disciplines.  Project topics will be posed by
government operators, and supported with realistic data sets and other
materials.

While specific topics are in development, the missions supported are likely
to include augmenting intelligence analysis with machines, geospatial
analysis and human geography, disinformation, insider risk, and critical
technology protection. The RISC Initiative is particularly seeking interns
with expertise in one or more of the following disciplines:
Computer Science, Information Science & Engineering
Mathematics and Statistics
Social & Behavioral Sciences
Library Sciences
Additional topics include evaluation of learning outcomes, environmental
modeling and remote sensing, human factors, and regulatory public policy..
Learn more at https://www.arlis.umd.edu/risc2021 or email questions to
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