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Interested in a booming career in the intelligence community? Students and alumni from University of Hawaiʻi’s 10 campuses are invited to the Careers in Intelligence virtual job fair on Friday, October 16, 9 a.m.–noon.

The intelligence community is comprised of federal, state and local government agencies, and private industry professionals. Participating organizations include: NSA (National Security Agency), DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency), FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific, Booz Allen Hamilton and Hawaiian Electric.

The job fair will be hosted on Brazen, an online platform that allows job seekers to view videos from recruiters and hiring managers, and discuss in real time with recruiters about their various employment opportunities.

For more information and details on how to register, visit the Careers in Intelligence virtual job fair website.

“This is a unique event for our students and alumni to interface with employers representing federal, state and private employers who are looking for top talent to fill current and future critical roles in cybersecurity,” said UH Chief Information Security Officer Jodi Ito.

The Careers in Intelligence virtual job fair is sponsored by UH, CyberHawaii and the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command.

“It is always productive and impactful working with Jodi Ito, our chief information security officer, CyberHawaii and the United States Indo-Pacific Command to bring about unique cybersecurity innovation, education and workforce development opportunities for our community,” said UH Office of Innovation and Commercialization Interim Director Steve Auerbach. “If your passion is science, technology, engineering, innovation, business, history, economics, mathematics, foreign language, architecture, human resources, communications and you enjoy solving tough problems and you are interested in a career with the intelligence community, then check out the Careers in Intelligence career fair.”