Intelligence Simulation – President’s Brief: Coups in Africa
Sep 14, 2023 / 4:00pm - 5:30pm
UVA INTELLIGENCE CAREERS WEEK
Interested in a career in the intelligence community? Join us to participate in an intelligence simulation designed by the NSPC at the Batten School!
Students will participate in a tabletop exercise simulating the creation of a President’s Daily Brief after a series of coups take place in Africa. Working in teams as analysts from the intelligence agencies, students will use a scenario provided to evaluate information, create intelligence, and evaluate potential geopolitical impacts. They will learn about the intelligence process, the agencies’ collection specialties, and how collaboration works across the Intelligence Community.
This event is open to students of all years and majors – but please note that there is A LIMIT OF 30 SEATS – so make sure to register!
This event is a part of Intelligence and Security Careers Week at the UVA Career Center. Consider attending one of their other programs:
- A Career Apart: Life in the CIA (September 8)
- Overview of the Intelligence Community (September 11)
- Resume Reviews with a Career Counselor (September 12)
- Navigating the Security Clearance Process (September 13)
- On-Grounds Intelligence Careers Day (Employer Resume Reviews & Career Fair, September 15)
Intelligence and Security Careers Week is co-hosted by the Public Service and Government Career Community in the UVA Career Center and Batten Career Services & National Security Policy Center in the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy.