The Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence (IC CAE) assists undergraduate and graduate students in developing critical skills needed for future work in the intelligence community. This program helps educate students in the areas of intelligence and national security, and provides opportunities for creating connections with current members of the intelligence community.
The Center is funded by a grant from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) based upon a Congressional mandate. The goal of this Center is to create educational opportunities for students interested in careers in intelligence and national security, and to increase the number and quality of applicants in these areas.
Find out about the new ICCAE Passport program HERE and download yours today!
Download your application for the Summer Seminar HERE
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