Careers in Cybersecurity: NSA, Where Intelligence Goes to Work

All dates for this event occur in the past.

Baker Systems Engineering Building Room 140
1971 Neil Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210
United States

Are you interested in working on the front lines of defense against our cyber adversaries? ALL majors welcome! 

On January 19th, join us to learn about NSA careers and internship opportunities, and talk to an Agency representative to understand the Security Clearance process.  This event will take place at 7pm both virtually and in person, in Baker Systems 140



The National Security Agency, NSA, is an intelligence agency within the US Department of Defense that prevents threats to national security systems while improving industry interests through research and collaboration. Agency representative and lecture speaker Carol S. joined the National Security Agency after completing her Business degree from The Ohio State University.  She earned her Masters from Johns Hopkins while working at NSA’s Maryland Headquarters. She worked in all divisions of Human Resources before moving to the extended enterprise. She opened the Utah office in 2005 and helped lead it from a start-up Language Center to today’s top-performing Operations Center. Carol is currently supporting Recruitment conducting Academic Outreach.