Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is the largest investigative agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. HSI is a vital United States asset in combating criminal organizations exploiting America's trade, travel and financial systems. HSI’s workforce includes special agents, intelligence research specialists, technical enforcement officers, computer forensics analysts, seized property specialists, auditors, and administrative staff. Its men and women are assigned to cities throughout the U.S. and to offices around the world.
Student Volunteer Internship
HSI recruits interns from a wide variety of educational backgrounds, including criminal justice, business and public administration, computer science, and
engineering. The Student Volunteer Internship provides unpaid opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, who want to develop their professional skills, exposure to law enforcement, and explore career paths within HSI. Students may enroll in a internship course to earn academic credit upon successful completion of the program. The Fall 2020 program will take place in Baltimore, MD. Students must have transportation.
- U.S. citizenship;
- Be at least 16-years old;
- Be enrolled at least half-time in a degree-seeking program;
- Have at least 30 undergraduate credits; and
- Pass background investigation.
- Academic achievement;
- Work experience;
- Extracurricular activities; and
- Interest in HSI’s mission and careers.
- Cover letter;
- Academic transcript; and
- Enrollment verification.