The Central Intelligence Agency will be recruiting at Mary Washington on Thursday March 21st.

 They are looking for Cartographers, and will give a presentation in the Geography Department, Monroe 319, 12.30–1.50 pm.

 Please sign up with Amanda in room 327 if you plan to attend!

The CIA will be at UMW’s Job and Internship Fair from 3.30pm in the Chandler Ballroom of the UC. You have to register to go via Handshake.


The information below describes some of the positions available:

Cartographer Positions at the CIA (Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students can apply)

Cartographer Intern Positions (the best time to apply is between Jan and May of sophomore year for an internship in the summer before senior year)

CIA Cartographers produce maps that contribute to complex intelligence analysis for senior policymakers, including the President of the United States. Cartographers are responsible for researching, designing, and producing thematic and reference maps in support of CIA finished intelligence. Intelligence maps are designed for conveyance via mobile devices, web, and print.


Reference Links:

The Mapmaker’s Craft: A History of Cartography at CIA

Marion Frieswyk: The First Female Intelligence Cartographer

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