Are you interested in a career in Homeland Security and Emergency Management?
About The Agency
The District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) is a unique and dynamic organization dedicated to protecting against, planning for, responding to, and recovering from natural and man-made hazards.
About the Program
HSEMA's internship program provides real-world knowledge and experience in emergency management, homeland security efforts, and intelligence analysis. Our Internship Program seeks qualified graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in or who are majoring in the following or similar field(s):
- Criminal Justice
- Emergency Management
- English Writing - Rhetoric
- Homeland Security
- Intelligence Analysis
- Information Technology/Computer Science
- International Relations
- Political Science
- Public Administration/Policy
- Public Communication/Relations
A highly qualified applicant will possess the following: self-motivation, attention to detail, critical thinking skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
The HSEMA Internship Program is offered in three sessions each year: Fall, Summer and Spring with six unique directorates listed below. The application cycle for the Spring 2018 session begins February 12, 2018, and ends April 29, 2018. Please send any questions regarding the Internship Program or the application process to [email protected].
- Preparedness Division - Summer 2018
- Policy and Legislative Affairs Bureau - Summer 2018
- Communications Bureau - Summer 2018
- Operations Division - Summer 2018
- Mission Support Division - Summer 2018
- Information Technology Bureau - Summer 2018
- Washington Regional threat Analysis Center - Summer 2018
Applicants should review all opportunities and apply to each directorate they are interested in individually.
*Applicants must be US citizens and are subject to a background check
Information Technology Bureau:
Mission Support Division:
Policy and Legislative Affairs Bureau:
Washington Regional Threat Analysis Center: