CIA Undergraduate Scholarship Program
The Undergraduate Scholarship Program is a financial needs-based initiative where you will be exposed to intelligence challenges while performing meaningful work related to your college major. By accepting a scholarship from the CIA, one must work at the Agency after college graduation for a certain period of time.
- 18 years of age
- Demonstrated financial need
- 1000 SAT, or 21 ACT scores for high school students, if available.
- Acceptance at a 4-year college/university; or pursuing an undergraduate degree as a full-time student and enrolled in or planning to take at least 12 credits per semester
- 3.0+ GPA
- Availability to work at least one 90-day summer tour before graduation and willingness to work at CIA full time after graduation
- Ability to meet the minimum requirements for joining CIA, including U.S. citizenship and a background investigation
- Academic excellence in core subjects relating to a college major or desired major
- Relevant practical or job experience in your field of interest
- Demonstrated leadership qualities
- Genuine interest in contributing to CIA’s mission
- Proficiency in a foreign language if applicable.
Please visit the scholarship website for more information.
Central Intelligence Agency Office of Public Affairs
Washington, DC 20505