FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Joel Vargas
February 10, 2017 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
InterPort Police commences its intelligence analyst internship application process for the 2017 class
Jay Grant, Secretary General for the International Association of Airport and Seaport Police (InterPort Police), is happy to announce that intelligence analysis internships for 2017 are now being accepted.
Selection process will end by February 28, 2017. All the requirements must be submitted by then AND IN ONE EMAIL. No exceptions. This program is open to private and public sectors. Therefore, you do not need to be employed by a government.
- You can complete it at the convenience of your location so no relocation is required.
- You will learn the following intelligence analysis: Open Source, Social Media Intelligence, Subject Matter Expert Analysis (all fields), Big Data Analysis, and if you are in law enforcement already, intelligence analysis, military, or inside a body of government, you will be able to master additional skills (they will be able to work with people from around the world).
- People in government already are required to obtain a Memorandum from their superior accepting that you become appointed to the InterPort Police and be part of the Intelligence Analysis Center.
- The requirements are that you produce at least one piece of product, for which you will be assigned on a weekly basis. Each product, you will be evaluated and mentored so you can become better.
- Failing to produce at minimum of 75% will terminate your internship.
We are looking for the following areas of interest:
- Airport Security.
- Seaport Security.
- Maritime Security.
- Railroad Security.
- Homeland Security.
- Border Security.
- Law Enforcement (Focus on Intelligence Sharing & Criminal Intelligence). We are also interested in Social Media Intelligence analysis. We provide the tools.
- Crime Prevention.
- Energy Sector.
- Cyber Security.
- Social Media Intelligence. Learn methods to discover intelligence based on social media networking.
- Propaganda and Media Misinformation Analysis related to international trade. Restricted to citizens of the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, New Zealand or Australia.
- Counterintelligence (Private and Public Sectors). This is limited to producing projects or programs that could become Transformational and Also Analysis Product based on Counterintelligence Failures.
- Organized Crime and Transnational Crime.
- Supply Chain Disruptions. Intern will be able to learn about what triggers disruptions. Global economies are affected by disruptions.
- Policy (National and International). Subject matter experts in international policy.
- Politics (Worldwide). Political matters outside the US only that impact trade and security of the US and InterPort Police’s stakeholders.
Requirements for the internship:
- Provide a detailed resume.
- Submit yourself to a security check.
- If you are in a government body already copies of credentials.
- Be able to participate in the program by working on the program at your own time and up to 5 hours a week.
- Complete your work and writing skills must be considerable above average. The first products you put together may cause you to end your internship if your writing skills are below average.
- Submit papers or recent academic writings you have completed. No more than 1 or 2. The papers must reflect the area you are interested in working on.
- While no minimum education requirements, each situation will be seen individually. Our prospects last year had bachelors, masters, and doctorate degrees.
- Summit one analysis of 500 words or less. See below for more instructions.
Submit in additional to the requirements above the following:
- Analyze one news article (Open Source) in the field of interest.
- Put in word, double-spaced, put the link to the article on the top. Title your small paper and state your analysis by providing us a position that explains the situation.
- Paper must be 500 words or less. If you cite, you must follow Turabian Style 8th Edition with End Notes-Bibliography Style.
- During your interview, you will be questioned on your paper.
Who has taken our Internship in the last 3 years:
- Candidates looking to get into the field of intelligence and law enforcement.
- Retired members of different military and government branches.
- People interested in becoming analysts for the private and public sectors.
- Law enforcement from all different areas.
- Subject matter experts from 18 different countries including: Mexico, Guatemala, Venezuela, Brazil, Peru, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Israel, Egypt, Lebanon, the Balkans, Greece, Spain, Russia, Singapore, India, and the United States.
- Some of the interns spoke multiple languages (one spoke 4).
- United Nations current and former contractors.
- Military and Security Contractors.
- Students from some of the most prestigious schools form around the world with a focus in security.
- Employees from Oil Companies who focus in analysis, risk, and threat assessments.
- Fortune 500 security personnel.
Submit your requirements above to the following email address: email@example.com. No calls or emails to the company or InterPort Police will be returned. Please have a working email when you submit your documents.
Memos can be obtained from your employer after you are accepted.
The only advice I can give you is show you really want to do this. Submit one email with all the attachments. There will be no Q and A before you are given an interview. No limits on location. All countries are welcome.
If you have any difficulties, email Joel Vargas, Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome veterans with disabilities to participate in this program and recent arrivals from tours of duty, as well as active military personnel trying to get ready for a job. Part of the process is for applicants to follow directions so we will not answer any questions about the requirements.
Joel Vargas, J.D., MS., Director
Airports Seaports Transport Borders