Collegiate Internships and Recent Graduate
Application window now extended through 10 November 2023 for U.S. Cyber Command's 2024 Rising Leaders Summer Collegiate Interns and Recent Collegiate Graduate Fellows! USCYBERCOM welcomes collegiate students and recent graduate talent. Interested candidates can send questions directly to our USCYBERCOM recruiting email inbox here.

Carefully review the vacancy announcement and application for the following programs and submit your packages for 2024 consideration by 1200pm ET on 10 November 2023:

  • 2024 Summer Intern Vacancy Announcement (PDF)
  • 2024 Summer Intern Application  (PDF)
  • 2024 Fellow/Recent Graduate Vacancy Announcement  (PDF)
  • 2024 Fellow/Recent Graduate Application  (PDF)

U.S. Cyber Command 2024 Rising Leaders Programs are in collaboration with the U.S. Army and U.S. Army Cyber Command. Peruse the Army brochures:

  • Army Fellows/Recent Graduates (PDF)
  • Army Summer Interns (PDF)

Student Volunteer Program
CYBERCOM welcomes highly competitive, full-time, eligible law students for a semester-long, uncompensated position focused on cyber law with the Command's Staff Judge Advocate at Fort Meade, MD. Vacancies will open annually from January 3 thru January 31. Please send questions to
Learn more about the Student Volunteer Program and download the vacancy and application package here.

Showcase Your Talent
Send us your résumé, cover letter (or areas/programs you are interested in), and/or queries to our Talent Acquisition Team!
Our Team will launch qualified candidates to our hiring managers for consideration.
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USAJobs is an excellent place to look for cyber related jobs in your area or around the world. Cyber Command and the Service Cyber Components post some of their government employee vacancies on this site. You can visit the USAJobs website here.

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We Win with People at U.S. Cyber Command

US Cyber Command Seeks Technical Expertise

Under the umbrella of the NDAA 1708 initiative, the Commander of USCYBERCOM has been authorized to implement a game-changing personnel management program. The aim? To bring in eminent experts from fields as crucial as computer science, data science, engineering, mathematics and computer network exploitation. These will be the individuals propelling USCYBERCOM to greater heights, ensuring that the United States remains at the forefront of global cyber capabilities. The program is limited to ten positions, and the tenure for each is a maximum of four years. This ensures that the Command gets the cream of the crop - experts who bring fresh perspectives, unparalleled expertise and the latest techniques to the table.

We enable our most valuable assets – our people – in order to gain advantages in cyberspace

U.S. Cyber Command recruits, develops, and retains the most talented civilian personnel in cyber and support positions spanning the following career areas and beyond: 

Planning and Doctrine, Information Technology, Cyberspace Plans and Policy, Budget Analyst, Executive Communications, Operations Research Analyst, Exercise Planner, Training Analyst, Cyber Operations Specialist, Program Analyst, and positions in Human Resources, Acquisition, Logistics, Facilities, Protocol and more!

We hire civilian talent through Cyber Excepted Service

The Cyber Excepted Service (CES) personnel system provides U.S. Cyber Command new authorities to innovate and accelerate the civilian hiring process. Experience is highly valued in the CES, transcending the typical timed-based approach in the competitive service. The CES system has flexible recruitment authorities to attract the experience and attributes needed to achieve success in the cyberspace warfighting domain. Learn more about CES here.

Learn about CES opportunities at USCYBERCOM through our recruiting brochure here.
Interested candidates can send questions directly to our USCYBERCOM recruiting email inbox here.